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Food Fun and Family

at the end of the growing season

Building on tradition

The Waterford Harvest Festival celebrates the end of the summer every year. This is a showcase of the best of foods and food producers from all over Ireland.

The international festival welcomes renowned growers and cooks on the same weekend in September every year.

It is an important date in the diary for thousands.

  • 5 Years Running

  • 7500+ Photographs Created

  • 1,000,000 calories gained

  • 60,000+ Visitors Annually

A logo is great, but will it make me drive 2 hours with the kids in the car?

If the design exudes fun and the captures the spirit of the festival then the answer is, yes.

We started with a clear well-organised project and created a playful website. The site has garnered more and more traffic as the festival has grown in popularity.

And we won an award in the process, "Best Government Website - 2014" in the Irish Web Awards.

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A photograph is made, not taken.

Photography is always a collaboration between the subject and the photographer

We jumped into it the best way we know how. We put ourselves in the thick of it all, camera in-hand and notebook at the ready. We enjoyed ourselves and got immersed in the experience. 

In doing so, we captured moments that shone for everyone to see. 

Montage Harvest
Snippets and sound-bytes

The current face of social media can be demanding to keep up with.

Organisations need to engage on-trend for their social media to be current and relevant.  We provided the Harvest Festival with short movies for their successful campaign.  In combination with the #whatthefork hash tag the word was spread far and wide.

And visitor numbers are up year on year.

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Continuous Planning

A successful festival is never over

As the main media suppliers to the festivities, we were integral to the planning process. From kick-off to final wrap, we met deadlines and worked with the organisers at each step. 

And we got to sample some really nice food along the way.


The Little Milk Company


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