Empowering creative people
Teachers always said that Shakespeare was head and shoulders above any writer in history. We often wonder whether there could have been other creatives as successful as him that didn’t get their chance.
Shakespeare had a way with words, for sure. But he also had a grammar school education and a few wealthy benefactors who were willing to bankroll his ideas. He was given a platform to show off his talents and money for his labour. He was empowered.
Without somebody helping him along, we wouldn’t have his era-defining 38 plays, 154 sonnets and beautiful words like ‘besmirch’, ‘lacklustre’ or ‘dwindle’.
It’s not surprising that women and people of colour have always had imaginations. They have always been creative, but they have not always been empowered.
Think about how many creative women didn’t get their shot in Shakespeare’s time because of their gender. Providing young girls with education and opportunity empowered writers such as Jane Austen, who now takes pride of place on our £10 note.
Imagination suffers in isolation
That’s why we believe in collaboration, creativity, commitment and motivation.
These values are important to us because they are at the core of every good project.
Coming up with a good idea is the hardest part of any creative process. That’s why we have people who come up with fantastic ideas every day. And we don’t stop there. We help to see your plan through and make sure you are delighted with the direction your project is heading in.
Our vast experience can help you. We offer dynamic, creative solutions for problems, whether they are big or small. Each member of our Outlook family has a talent that is guaranteed to dazzle you and help you achieve your goals.
Whether you need help launching a product, designing a magazine or developing an app, The Outlook Creative Group has somebody that can help turn your imaginative musing into a reality. Why don’t you drop us a line to find out more?