Everything we experience forms a part of who we are and what we do and therefore what we offer. We rely heavily on the arts to inspire us and this is critical to us as individuals as well as a business.
Everyone at Creamer and Lloyd has their own budget for research and inspiration. On a regular basis we share on our website the best experiences we’ve had.
It was worth spending half of Easter Day shivering by the Thames in order to witness firsthand the grit, determination and teamwork of the Boat Race crews. Particularly impressive after the trauma and disruption of last year's event.
I played Death Cab for Cutie's album 'Transatlanticism' the other day, for the first time in years, and was struck by the beauty of the music - I've clearly never listened to it properly. There's a time and a place for everything!
In 'Tracks: Walking the Ancient Landscapes of Britain', artist Philip Hughes finds a way to simplify a landscape and enhance its beauty. The way he focuses on just a few features to help you really 'see' the scenes is a perfect enactment of Proust's belief that "The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes".
Roger Mortimer speaks for exasperated parents (and children) everywhere when he declares "I am very fond of you but you do drive me round the bend". These witty letters from a long-suffering father to his unruly son are both hilarious and moving.
The term "national treasure" is over used and doesn't begin to express the wonder that is David Attenborough - he is a true icon of both the 20th and 21st Centuries and there are very few people who have maintained such a huge and influential presence in
The votes are in: Lena Dunham really is the voice of my generation. GIRLS is such a realistic portrayal of life in your twenties, it's almost painful to watch.
This film gives a narrow window into a cold, painful life. Watching it is like falling beneath the ice of a frozen lake.
Combining classy writing and beautiful cinematography, the Hour series 2 is British TV Drama back to its best on the BBC.
A rare opportunity to see Richard Avedon and William Eggleston photos at the Frieze masters.
'The Lighthouse' by Alison Moore, published by independent publisher Salt Publishing, shortlisted for The Booker Prize.