About Creo Comms
Bringing strategic-thinking, creativity and an absolute focus on top-class delivery, Creo is a dynamic communications consultancy that inspires, excites and engages the audiences of its clients across the UK.
It’s all about people.
We’re people-people! Our focus is on building long-term relationships with our clients that make us an extended part of their team.
And we make it our business to understand our clients’ audiences too – who they are, what makes them tick and how we can communicate with them most effectively. This focus on people means we help brands build meaningful relationships with their customers, through ultra-targeted comms that inspire and engage.
And because we’re people-people, we like to make sure that working with us is fun – we’re professionals with personality and we bring that to all of the projects we work on.
Project manager, strategic marketer and PR expert, Lou is also a skilled copywriter, crisis comms pro and media liaison.
Working with global brands like Berghaus, sporting icons Durham County Cricket Club, business groups like North East England Chamber of Commerce, transport hubs such as Port of Sunderland and many more, Lou delivers marketing, PR and events for clients, on-time and on budget.
With fresh ideas, she explores new avenues to add value, identify creative hooks and approaches to give campaigns proper oomph!
An experienced journalist, Bryn turned to PR and comms in 2003.
A vocal champion for business while PR manager for North East England Chamber of Commerce, he also managed PR at regional development agency, One North East.
Bryn led comms activity on many high-profile campaigns, including the reorganisation of Northumberland schools, NEECCs “50 Great Reasons” campaign, worked on the launch of multi-award-winning Passionate People, Passionate Places and even won awards for turning cows into reality stars for the Great British Meat Company’s “Keeping up with the Cowdashians” campaign.
PR graduate, Bryce worked in-house for BE Group, writing for BQ Magazine.
He also promoted the mag, its website and daily online news platform. Securing his NCTJ qualification, Bryce took on the role of BQ business journalist.
Over three years, he became senior business journalist, contributing to the magazine, BQ daily bulletins and website, as well as overseeing the title’s social media efforts.
A tech-savvy creative, Shaun delivers work with impact.
Always produces the goods, whether geared towards specific or more general audiences.
With 15 years’ experience as a graphic and web designer, Shaun has developed brands, websites and every piece of marketing material you can think of for the likes of Sunderland College, BDN Architects, NHS, local property vendors and many more.