Amy handles all things communications-related for Addictive Daughter. Having brought her on in mid-2015 to help us keep things running while we holed ourselves up in a cave to write our first book The Inner Fix, we quite literally couldn’t manage without her brilliant support nowadays. Possibly the most organised and productive person we know, we’re so lucky and grateful to have her on our team.
We collaborated with Neo Khama for the redesign of our website. Neo is a multi-disciplinary designer who works with various international and UK fashion, beauty and lifestyle brands. Considering that we're not techies by any stretch of the imagination, we were surprised and delighted by what an enjoyable (and unstressful!) experience creating the website was this time around. Neo went well above and beyond the call of duty at every turn, and her attention to detail is incredible - she's an absolute joy to work with.
Luke has provided video editing assistance, created promo videos and most recently, directed and produced the book for The Inner Fix. He's been such a brilliant creative and technical support to us over the last few years, and we wouldn't be where we are today without his generosity. Outside of collaborating with Addictive Daughter, he specializes in promos for businesses, commercials and music videos.
Becky is a brilliant human who edits our weekly 'Life Nugget' video series. She's extremely talented and knowledgable about all things internet/ film-related - as well as being incredibly generous with her time and support. We're so grateful and lucky to have her as part of the Addictive Daughter team.
Ester Keate is the creative genius behind the photographs on addictive daughter.com. She is a calming presence around the studio and an all round delight to work with. A Swedish-British photographer born and raised in London, she enjoys nothing more than photographing people - whether that is at home, in the studio or while exploring some far flung corner of the earth. As long as she has a camera and someone to point it at, she's happy.
Paul Rostron is the technical brains behind our first online 'love-coaching' programme Heart Rehab. An experienced web designer and front end developer, Paul is one of the most reliable and dedicated people we've had the pleasure of working with. He believes that there is no such thing as talent, only effort and opportunity - a mantra which drives him to focus a lot of time and effort in achieving success and helping others at the web design and programming levels.
Samara is an old friend of ours and a multi-talented creative entrepreneur. She has given her time and expertise to helping develop the branding of Addictive Daughter on numerous occasions. Most recently, Samara advised us on the visual concept for our new website - as well as merging the illustration and photographic images for the feature box on our homepage.
Hannah is a 28-year-old northern monkey and has worked with us over the last few years on art direction, illustration, branding + logo design, production of print-ready marketing collateral, brochures, graphics and emails for Addictive Daughter. She has studied Psychology, Graphic Design and various Adobe accredited courses. This unique set of skills, combined with her 4-years agency experience, gives her a deep understanding of a brand’s relationship with its customers, the process of design, conceptual thinking, technical and software skills.