Your idea is a winner but how do you get people to sit up and listen? That’s where we come in.
Not sure where to start? We got you. Got a plan but aren’t sure how to measure success? We’ve got the skills, experience and the savvy to guide you in the direction you want to go. And when you get there, we’ll be celebrating with you!
We believe in adding real and lasting value to every project we work on, which is why we support not-for-profits, entrepreneurs and creatives to take the next step in their journey. In an ever-chaotic world of mass marketing, we believe in the power of the human spirit to tell stories that matter.
With access to a freelance network spanning the UK and experience across private, public and third sectors, we provide an informed and ambitious creative service to propel your project forward.
Creative and engaging content is what makes you stand out from the crowd. Be it photography, social media or copywriting, What Elephant takes time to know what you want and need to make people look twice.
An objective eye and the right questions are often all you need to steer your project in a new direction. We work closely with you to assess where you are now, and structure an informed plan to get you where you want to be.
With years of experience in film and television production, What Elephant have the skills and know-how to create beautiful still and moving images to showcase your project online, on social media or the big screen.
Fail to plan, plan to fail. With What Elephant on board, your ideas can become a strategic and results-focused reality. We take you on a creative journey and support you every step of the way.
Jordan is a creative producer, whose love for storytelling and creating impact is at the core of everything she does. Her experience working with artists, nationwide charities, media broadcasters and agencies, NGOs and governmental bodies gives her the knowledge and expertise to produce creative and memorable projects.
Jordan’s work has included producing content and strategy for ITV, Guide Dogs NI, Translink, writer Rebecca Crookshank, Aware NI, Northern Ireland's Mental Health Arts Festival, Danske Bank, Kainos, Translink, Ards and North Down Council and Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council.
Got a project you’d like us to sprinkle our savvy on?
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