Interiorculture is a creative agency specialising in branding and strategy for premium design-led projects. Interiorculture were responsible for all creative and production elements of The Anne Tyrrell Estate campaign from the brand identity through to the launch event and everything in between.
The Anne Tyrrell Estate would like to thank the following contributors for all their support and efforts in bringing this campaign to life.
Couture Editions is a curated library of rights-managed photography and artwork used by the world’s leading creative agencies, interior design studios and the press. Couture Editions are responsible for managing Anne’s portfolio of original illustrations as well as the framing, sale, and distribution process. Limited Edition prints of a selection of Anne’s illustrations are also available to buy through the Couture Editions website.visit site
Mike Tamman is the creative director for the Anne Tyrrell Estate film. He is a film maker within M.O.D Collective who work across commercial, content, documentary and charity films. Mike began his film maker career at Ridley Scott Associates and has created films for clients such as Paul Smith, Rapha, Berghaus, Tate, Lego, Christie’s, London & Partners, Dulux, Blaze Lights, Wallpaper and many more as cinematographer and/or director. Mike also works with a range of charity projects including Water Aid, cancer start up charity SecondaryFirst, music African heritage project, Beating Heart and humans rights charity RightsInfo.visit site
We would like to thank Christopher Bailey, President and Chief Creative Officer at Burberry (and ex-student of Anne) for agreeing to be interviewed for the Anne Tyrrell Estate Campaign film. We would also like to thank Burberry for allowing the filming to take place in their stunning London headquarters and creating a wonderful backdrop for the interview.visit site
The British Fashion Council Education Foundation promotes excellence in design by enabling talented individuals to pursue higher education through scholarship programmes. The foundation aims to attract and support talented young people into the British Fashion industry, which employs an estimated 800,000 people and contributes £28 billion to the UK economy. Scholarships are awarded to students at BA and MA level and assessed on the basis of talent and financial need, thereby safeguarding the opportunity to further education regardless of financial situation. In the last year alone, the BFC’s Education Foundation has awarded over £100,000 across 12 scholarships.visit site
The Royal College of Art is the world’s leading university of art and design, placing at Number One in the 2017, 2016 and 2015 QS World University Rankings. Specialising in teaching and research, the RCA offers the degrees of MA, MPhil, MRes and PhD across the disciplines of applied art, fine art, design, communications, and humanities. There are over 1,800 Master’s and doctoral students and more than 1,000 professionals interacting with them – including scholars, art and design practitioners, along with specialists, advisers and distinguished visitors.visit site
Creative Skillset works with the UK’s creative industries to develop skills and talent, from classroom to boardroom. We support high quality professional development across TV, film and other creative sectors – identifying skills needs, targeting skills investment, developing key skills and growing diverse talent networks. Through our industry partnerships Creative Skillset helps to improve productivity, creativity and employability across the UK’s creative industries.visit site