Cool? No. Wholesome? Maybe. Cringeworthy? Absolutely. Lucky for us, that’s all we wanted for Christmas…
For this holiday season this year, we decided to stop taking ourselves so seriously and focus on having some serious fun together – not only as an agency, but as a global family. The result is a gawky, gorgeous spectacle that we couldn’t be prouder of and we hope it brings a much needed smile to all that know us.
After a busy year, the one thing that’s really needed is a moment to let loose and give our creativity the space to simply play. So, as true agents of Chris Kringle, we curated a box of hilariously hideous 90’s nostalgia, decked the JDO halls in the most quintessential Clueless aesthetic and set up a camera to capture the magic as it unfolded before our eyes…
With matching shiny shell suits, the ugliest Christmas jumpers we could find, magnificent mullets and one slightly sad pup, all we can say is that we came, we saw, we said booyah!
Fun and festivities aside, we believe that Christmas is about family. Now that can be the family you were born into, the family you choose or yes, even the family you work with. All that really matters is the time you spend together; the joy you create together and care you give each other.
In the spirit of family, we’ve made a donation to food banks in New York, London and Tunbridge Wells to support families that might be struggling a bit this Christmas. If you’d like to do the same, please get in touch directly.
Tunbridge Wells: Feast With Us
Feast With Us fights against food poverty and malnutrition, ensuring that help is there for those who need it most.
London: Trussell Trust
The Trussell Trust is working to stop UK hunger and poverty. Their network of food banks provides emergency food and support to people in crisis.
New York City: Food Bank NYC
Food Bank For New York City has been working to end food poverty in our five boroughs since 1983. As the city’s largest hunger-relief organization, they help low-income New Yorkers overcome their circumstances and achieve greater independence.
So Merry, Merry Christmas – from our family to yours.