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Studio Something: The Unconventional Journey of a Scottish Creative Agency

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Studio Something: The Unconventional Journey Of A Scottish Creative Agency

Scottish creative agency Studio Something is set to embark on a remarkable journey at Euro 24, collaborating with BBC Scotland to film a nightly show featuring Martin Compston and Gordon Smart.

The agency’s founders, Ian Greenhill and Jordan Laird, have come a long way since their unconventional beginnings. Greenhill once worked cleaning crime scenes before stumbling into the world of creativity, while Laird’s path to media was paved by a boss who encouraged him to pursue his creative talents.

Their stories highlight the often untraditional routes individuals take to find success in the creative industry. With roots in Scotland, Studio Something has defied the odds to establish itself as a leading player in the world of advertising and media.

From their work on cult football show ‘A View from The Terrace‘ to collaborations with major brands like Coca Cola, Ooni, and Tennent’s Lager, Studio Something has cemented its reputation for creating innovative and impactful content.

Their creative endeavors extend beyond the realms of advertising, with projects such as the BBC World Cup 2022 title credits, the NBA, and the mental health campaign ‘The Power of Okay‘ for See Me.

As they gear up for Euro 24, Studio Something’s focus remains on pushing boundaries and redefining the role of brands as broadcasters. With initiatives like ‘Late Night at The Euros‘ and ‘Get To Germany,’ inspired by a popular BBC series, the agency continues to captivate audiences with its compelling storytelling.

With plans to expand into new markets in the US and mainland Europe, Studio Something’s journey is a testament to the power of creativity, resilience, and a willingness to challenge the status quo.

Rachel Adams

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