We are a team of passionate designers & makers who specialise in making experiences through beautiful spaces.
“We believe in Creating the Impossible”
Our ethos is based around a hands on approach, embracing new technology and pushing boundaries. Flow’s work encompasses a broad range of disciplines including Interior Design, Papercraft, Woodwork and 3D printing.
Working as a small team we take briefs, we create original concepts and we love to collaborate with agencies, brands and fellow creatives. We also have a great network of freelancers we work with to deliver projects seamlessly.
Our beginnings in the exhibitions industry has given us great insight. We listen to our clients, and get right to the heart of what they want their audience to experience.
We use our passion for the aesthetic, practical knowledge and creativity to come up with fresh and unique installations, exhibition stands and bespoke pieces that make events and spaces come alive.
Working right through every detail from the initial concept to making and installing, we’ve got it covered.
No project is too ambitious. We love a challenge. Have an idea? Need an idea? Lets make it.
Meet Our Team
Together We Flow
With 20 years industry experience, an obsession with learning new technology and track record of handling ambitious projects; Sam prides himself on creating strong relationships with clients and understanding their needs by working deep into their business.
He can also spin pretty much anything on his finger. Fact.
A natural creative, he brings his years of design and print experience and ability to work across multiple platforms to many of our projects including the 2017 paper installation for PaperMakers James Cropper.
In his own words he describes his main skill as ‘making the ridiculous things I think about a reality’. An attention to the finer details and regular use of the phrase “It is what it is” makes him an integral part of the team.
When he’s not tinkering with a project or dreaming of being in Ibiza; you can find him producing pretty decent music as part of House duo Studioheist. Or pondering over what causes diet coke to explode when you put Mentos in it.
An art school background and dislike of bad typography and flowery language means that when she's not dealing with HR, planning or finance - she’ll often cast a critical eye over our work (whether we like it or not).
Sometimes she gets lost in words, and daydreams of learning to Ice Skate, and you can often find her slingin’ iron at her local powerlifting club (yes really).
He cites Samuel L Jackson as his role model, because he’s a ‘Bad Motherf**r. He also has a strong dislike of Tea, Coffee and Brown Sauce; but it’s ok, we like him anyway.