We see ourselves as creative partners, not creative suppliers.

For us, this means building trust and a good understanding of your vision, so that together we can explore creative ideas, collaborate and share insight in order to build brand strategies that can help to drive your business forward.

We are more interested in developing long-term relationships with our clients and encouraging discussion and knowledge sharing.

Direct contact with the team that are actually working on your project helps to enhance those relationships, providing a great opportunity for creative exchange.

The best ideas flow when we’re all pitching in together.

Think of us as creative explorers.

We work with companies of all sizes and the variety of work helps to keep our minds sharp, our ideas different and our client work interesting.

Module have a base in the City of London, Blackfriars and have been sharing our creative ideas for nearly 20 years.

Currently, our diverse team are all working remotely and sharing the same passion for all things creative, just delivering it a little differently at the moment. While bringing individuality to our work surroundings, we are as committed to providing first-rate creative solutions for our clients.


Andy Walker

Managing Director

The dog whisperer

Countryman at heart, loves running, biking with his dogs, and taking to the slopes.

Ben Waterson

Technical Director

The Tech Junkie

From computers to cars, and anything in between, if he can take it apart, he will.

David Maxwell

Digital Marketing Director

The Bike Nut

An Irishman in Yorkshire, enjoys a good bike ride in the hills and a nice pint of ale at the pub.

Sabrina Steenson

Project Manager

The Scream Queen

A fan of horror movies, true crime, cats and tattoos, with a diet consisting mainly of pizza.

Luke Dixon


The Donut King

Anime fanatic, web developer and foodie, with a big appetite for donuts.

Emanuele Sciolto


The TV Oracle

A plant collector, lover of all things Japanese, and the go to guy for TV series recommendations.

Jack Lang


The Health Guru

From microgreens to marathons, he strives to treat his body as a temple…until the weekend that is.

“Module Studio were everything I hoped they would be from their pitch. Their creative ideas were well thought through, clever, but “in category” for us as a law firm. The execution and delivery of the chosen route was clean and consistent, but continued to evolve as the project went on while staying true to core design we’d agreed. The team were so lovely and easy to work with, it felt like they were part of our team.”

Rachel Orrett, Howard Kennedy

“We have been working with Module for over 7 years now. We have worked with them on several projects including websites, intranets, mobile apps, social media and SEO campaigns and videos and they always deliver to a high quality and within deadlines. They are extremely responsive and have the required technical abilities and insights to provide solutions to any problem that we have had. The marketing team at Nexia enjoys working with the team who are extremely personable and always available to support us.”

Dalwinder Patel, Nexia International

“Module are great. They are both extremely responsive and creative, and they are supportive and friendly. I really like the fact that they are as enthusiastic about carrying out a mundane programming task as they are on working on an exciting design. They were recommended to me by a business connection and I, in turn, would have no hesitation in recommending them. The commitment to client service is first-rate.”

Mark Cusick, WorldECR

“I am very happy with the website that Module created – I think it helps us to portray our values and to stand out as a pre eminent professional services organisation. I have also enjoyed working with their team who are always helpful, knowledgable and proactive.”

Simon Edrich, AccountsCo

“Module provided a fresh look and feel for our cycling club – on and off the bike. We’ve had people joining us because our kit looks so distinctive! Their technical services also consistently deliver this same wow factor – chapeau!”.

Steve Rogers, GS Avanti

“The team at Module are more than just a brilliant brand agency, they are an extension of our team and part of our working family. They have a beautifully diverse range of skill sets that we often call on at a moment’s notice as well as being an ever flowing font of knowledge and fresh ideas. Quite apart from their excellent work, Module are consistently decent, encouraging and consistently wonderful to work with which makes all the difference. I can’t recommend Module Media highly enough.”

Toni Sealey, Tonic Collective

“We love working with the team at Module. They have a great mix of technical ability, creative expertise and commercialism. Constantly offering a unique perspective and workable solutions in a timely and cost-effective manner. Always additive, great for generating fresh ideas and thoroughly personable throughout the process.”

Julia Hudson, Hudson Webb

Charity Partner

Drive Forward Foundation

In Memory of
Martha Wansbrough (McTernan)
20th June 1961 – 4th January 2021

Martha worked with disadvantaged young people for over 20 years, first in Russia and then the UK, where she established the Drive Forward Foundation. Martha was a real tour de force and we know she will be missed greatly. We have no doubt the Drive Forward team will be able to move forward and build on Martha’s amazing legacy.

We are proud partners of the charity Drive Forward Foundation who provide help and support for care leavers in order for them to achieve their full potential with exciting and sustainable employment opportunities. We reached out to DFF so we could work with a charity that helped young people begin careers in the creative industry. We support DFF by offering work experience and internships to young people, and this has led to several of the young people joining us in full time roles in our design, development and management teams.

Through DFF, we have hosted ‘Aim Higher’ days in our offices, giving small groups of young people a taste of what it is like to work in a design agency and through DFF we have also hosted some ‘Lunch Clubs’ which allows volunteers, like ourselves, to visit the charity’s headquarters, cook a meal for the young people and provide them with CV support or job interview advice. We also provide pro bono design services for DFF, having designed the charity’s Annual Report and developed branding for campaigns and key programmes over the last three years.

If you think your business can help give a young care leaver an opportunity or even just some helpful career advice please do not hesitate to contact Drive Forward Foundation