It’s not easy being young today. There’s more uncertainty and pressure on young people than ever before – from health, body image, cyber bullying and sexting, to unemployment, impossible mortgages, and climate change.
We use our expertise to talk with, listen to and work with young people, to understand what they’re really thinking and feeling. We are driven by a desire to create stories that inspire and empower them, and reframe the world so they can start to build a future that works for them.
We work with broadcasters, brands and charities like Channel 4, BBC, Disney, Nickelodeon, MTV, Nike, Tate and Medicins Sans Frontiers.
We understand how and why young people consume and generate content, and are driven to create credible, meaningful and magical stuff they love to share.
Our emotionally effective storytelling inspires and motivates people to take new perspectives, behaviours and paths.
We’re passionate about delivering outstanding creative work, and mix art, design and technology to create joyful and exquisite experiences.
Last Friday I found myself lucky enough to escape the shackles of the office and head up to London for the Next Generation of Global Consumers conference, hosted by millennial engagement experts Talented Heads. The conference focused on understanding more about millenials, a general term applied to those born between 1977 to 1994, or thereabouts. […]
We’re pleased to announce the release of Studio Syrup’s very first interactive storybook, The Beach Ball! Written by Sharon Davison and Kate Harvey, The Beach Ball tells the story of a lonely octopus who longs to share her passion for music and dance. In search of somewhere to shake her tentacles she heads up to […]
With the launch of our Strange Molecules campaign for CRI we thought it would be a good time to share our approach and background to the project. People of my age will remember Nancy Reagan – and, in the UK the cast of Grange Hill – urging teenagers to Just Say No to drugs. To […]