Piction Media has made the front page of The Watermark’s new website.
“… [we] started out in the East End in Spitalfields, just around the corner from the famous Brick Lane. This gave us an explosive start to our business being in the heart of the London art-scene, but also giving us access to the big-brand client list, which we have brought with us during our migration north.”
Read the rest of the interview with Piction Media’s Matt Kay here.
is a mecca for creative professionals in the North West because it is one of the few dedicated spaces for designers, artists and creative entrepreneurs. The inspiration of serial entrepreneur Russell Howard and sculptor Charles Hadcock, The Watermark opened its doors in 2001. Once a disused and vandalised water depot, it is now a state-of –the–art facility providing high-speed fibre optic broadband access, a café and communal gallery, meeting facilities, 24-hour access, on-site car parking and CCTV security. The Watermark prides itself on nurturing individuals and organizations and provides incubation studios and flexible office space to filmmakers, illustrators, puppeteers, fashion designers, photographers, designers and fine artists. The Watermark also houses Creative Lancashire
, a service provided by Lancashire County Council to support creatives in the North West to reach their commercial potential.
Ali Kay, 2010
Tags: Creative Lancashire, Matt Kay, Piction Media, studio space, Watermark
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