We know how precious your brand is to you. We’d like to see ourselves as an extension of your in-house team, and we think you will find us to be a conscientious, flexible and fun group of people to have around.
Having only studied at the London College of Communication for three years, Jeremy can remarkably navigate his way across the city using a plethora of complicated bus routes and time tables which he has meticulously consigned to memory. Ironically place him in his home town of Hong Kong and he will be lost within 5 minutes. Fortunately for us Jeremy knows his way round the creative cloud considerably better and it is to him we look for our guidance when we need a vector or two.
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Part Chinese, part Maori, part synthesiser, Miss Lau is a beat thumping heart of music, art and laughter. There is never a quiet moment when Synthia is around, the room is filled with the energy of a 90’s Manchester nightclub circa 3am. If the tempo isn’t fast enough and the work ain’t hard enough, we have to feed her with our most creative projects and some seriously loud headphones.
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A man who has dedicated his life to the purity of mathematics, Alex is the master behind our books. To some he’s the man who sends the invoices. To us he’s the angel that delivers our monthly Lai See packets of goodness, otherwise known as our salaries. We love you Alex.
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Graphic Designer & Illustrator
The national flower of Jamaica is the ‘The Lignum Vitae’ which produces a brightly coloured purple flower. Peonies - the national flower of China come in a variety of colours ranging from whites and yellows to deep reds, touching Crimson, Coral and Cerise along the way. Raised in Jamaica to Hong Kongese parents, Peony’s favourite colour is coincidentally purple which she wears nearly everyday, just in case she needs to camouflage herself among a Bauhinia tree - the national emblem of Hong Kong, should a gaggle of rowdy botanists be passing the vicinity.
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Keeper of the Gates
While we have been informed that sandy is a Golden-Doodle (Golden Retriever Labrador cross Poodle), we suspect that she is actually a runt of a Polar Bear.
Contact Sandy by whistling loudly and wildly throwing a bone above your head.
Photographer & Founding Director
A bare and hairy footed troll like creature who crawled from under a Devonian rock many moons ago, he ventured across distant lands and met a bounty of cultures before coming to settle in this fragrant harbour we call home. Not one to work for others nor alone, he started this little family of MADE and together we grow.
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To view Joel's photography work, take a look at : www.joeltsadler.com
Producer & Copywriter
Mr Murphy is from New Jersey. New Jersey is nothing like the island of Jersey after which it was named, and Hong Kong Island is nothing like either Jersey, yet that is where you’ll find Mr Murphy these days. Mr Murphy has never needed to buy a New Jersey because he owns a leather jacket that’s as impenetrable as Batman’s cape. Why he wears leather in Hong Kong’s tropical weather, is a mystery to everyone of us who work with his production rates.
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Purveyor of Sleepless Nights
If the thought of not making our work absolutely perfect work doesn’t keep us up, Beatrix will. As well as a fierce critic, she also and manages our stress testing on all services and products.
Contact Beatrix by attaching two tin cans to a piece of string and then pulling them both really tight and speaking into either end.
Queen of House Keeping
If it weren’t for Anna keeping us spick-and-span and shipshape, we’d probably have become stuck in the office years ago due to mounting plates, take away food wrappers and invitations to trade fairs. Anna, a lady of many talents also occasional appears in our clients case studies and advertising.
An Italian who thinks he’s a frenchman as much as he’s a business man who think’s he’s a videographer. After studying at the Lille business school he travelled to a secluded spot in China to train in the ancient art of Shadow Puppetry. It is from these learnings that he fine tuned he capacity for storytelling on screen, as well as picking up some Mandarin along the way. Some say he can create a thousand dragon forms from one single sheet of A3 paper.
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