Quite simply one of the most creative teams I know. Whether it’s innovative social media strategy, or the ultimate copy line, Chris would always be my first person to contact.
Marc Ollington, Vice President Marketing, Fox International Channels Europe
Chris brought us his enthusiasm, professionalism and originality. If success is measured in page views and on-line interactions, then he certainly did that in triple measures. He coaxed out the hidden and half-told stories and transmuted that sense of wonder and discovery into blog posts, interviews, podcasts and tweets.
Jemma Treweek, Marketing Manager, The Royal Pavilion & Museums
Lo-fi Arts Consultancy is a new business to offer you access to Chris T-T’s work and crew of allies. We’re streamlining the various things we do, to support and stabilise our creativity without turning into stressed ad agency gonks.
Hire us for honesty, clarity, agility… but most of all for our kick-arse, game-changing ideas. Weaving, not spinning. We’re nice, too.
Email us: email@example.com
WHAT WE DO
• development support for grassroots / ethical / radical arts projects
• creative audio production
• conceptual kickstart sessions
• social media tactics
• events production and consulting
• songwriting masterclass (super-fun for all ages, from Year 6 to Ad Agency senior)
• understanding digital arts business imperatives and red herrings
• super content on commission (words, audio, music, memes, all of the above)
WHO WE’VE DONE IT WITH
We’re a small team, so we like small, friendly clients. However the bigger names we’ve worked with include: World Health Organisation / Global Health Workforce Alliance, TEDxBrighton, Isle Of Man Arts Council, The Royal Pavilion & Museums, V&A Museum Of Childhood, Leeds Metropolitan University, FXUK, NME.com, TotallyRadio.com, Natural History Museum, Propellernet, National Geographic, MSF (UK) / Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative, Dark Mountain / Uncivilisation Festival, Rock Academy IOM, Nixon McInnes, Bliink.TV, Great Escape Convention, Combat Stress, Action For Kids, Rowan Tree Records, University College Falmouth.
“A barnstorming Pecha Kucha talk by Chris T-T about the power of Twitter, #IAmSpartacus & how the social web is changing music. A great talk: perfect Pecha Kucha timing. Endearing, funny, passionate & informative. Bang on.”
Honor Harger, The Lighthouse
“Chris shared his collection of photographs of toilets from around the world with the Boring audience. A lovely talk.”
James Ward, Boring Conference
Chris T-T’s disarmingly open way of working allowed our young musicians to learn an enormous amount in just a single day’s songwriting workshop. The amount of practical experience both as creative performer and in terms of industry insight that Chris is able to share with students is remarkable. In these times of tight education budgets there are few workshop providers as valuable for students as Chris.
Alistair Fitchett, Assistant Head, Tiverton High School
Chris’ workshop was inspiring. He gave valuable insights and advice on how to get music into the public domain and different approaches to songwriting. Chris is an engaging and approachable leader and students were 100% focused from beginning to end.
Claire Creer, Rock Academy Isle of Man
One of the best sessions for our students last year was with Chris T-T. His rapport with the students was immediate and a joy to behold. The wisdom he brought to the table helped them immensely in the project that they were undertaking which included the writing and recording of a new song. I will definitely be inviting Chris back.
Rick Rogers, Senior Lecturer, University College Falmouth