Good Publishing is a creative media company based in Dalston, London. We connect audiences with compelling experiences and content, and strive to do so in pioneering ways.
The company was founded in 2006 by Jack Gwilym Roberts and Daniel Stacey, and is something of a polymath. We manage projects across multiple media and production fields, combining self-initiated ventures with full service creative agency work. We also offer consultancy services to help organisations implement innovation strategies in the fields of journalism, digital publishing, creative media and events.
Core competencies encompass:
– Digital publishing
– Print publishing
– Journalism and editorial production
– Live events and experiences
– Audio and video production (podcasts, webcasts, video idents, etc.)
– Mobile software publishing
– Marketing communications
We work with an international network of leading talents in these fields, and are renowned for producing genuinely innovative, cost efficient solutions to match any creative problem or brief.
Past and current clients include the V&A, Channel 4, French Connection, Festival Republic, RWF World and Lee Jeans, amongst others.
Aside from Future Human, self-initiated Good Publishing projects have included the internationally distributed magazine Bad Idea (described by The Observer as ‘A Granta for the MySpace Generation’), and the crowdsourced writing seminar and theatrical experience The Butcher’s Shop.
To learn more about Good Publishing’s past and present projects, and to read client testimonials and press, visit www.goodpublishing.co.uk.