5 reasons to work with Creative Nuts…
1. They specialise in taking your okay idea and turn it into a brilliant idea (and you still get to tell everyone it was your idea).
2. They remember to do all the stuff you forgot to ask for (so no one knows you forgot it and you look really professional in front of your telly friends).
3. They’re really welcoming at their office and take time going through the brief (you can leave your office for ages and hang out at theirs and still call it work).
4. They give you one less thing to worry about on your production because you know they will deliver (what else do you want?).
5. They’ve got their own pub
— Jamie Ormerod – Executive Producer for BBC Comedy Entertainment Development

How great that a video made by Creative Nuts for pure fun and entertainment has gone viral. Who would have thought – Barrowman does Beyonce. Great job guys, loving your work.
— John Barrowman, Yes the actual John Barrowman

Creative Nuts take a very difficult brief and turn it into a creative solution that delivers beyond budget and expectation. They have great instincts and solutions that always inspires us to push our concepts further. With a limited budget, they turned a complicated request into a multi award winning design for Nelson Mandela Redrawn. The work has now won 5 international gold Promax Awards, a silver, and a bronze. They are a design agency of note, who always instil confidence and trust, and ALWAYS deliver. Glad to be working with them.
— Kevin Rixon – Head of Creative – History and H2 (A+E Networks UK.)

Bloody lovely, talented people who couldn’t do enough to help us with our very first TV show. We would recommend them VERY VERY highly to anyone else.”
— Karl Warner – Electric Ray

Creative Nuts came up with a really creative interpretation of our design brief that took our original thoughts to a new level. They produced a stunning title sequence, along with maps and straps, that gave The Island with Bear Grylls a strong graphic identity. They always delivered fast (even when we needed last minute changes) and produced a great package within our budget.
— Tom Sheahan – Series Producer

Creative Nuts are an amazing outfit to work with. They are completely integrated into the production process – from development idea through to the TX. They are the first choice for us and offer so much extra creative input on any project. They always deliver exceptional material.
— Derek McLean – Head of Non-Scripted Lime Pictures

I love them, they are my favourite designers to work with. They’re creative geniuses and fun, it’s just a shame Piers looks like a serial killer…
— Sonja Phillips – Director andSOME Films

I had three companies quote for my first foray into CGI and more complicated GFX – trying to make inventions of the past come to life in a way that would connect with an audience, it was a tough brief but Creative Nuts blew the other pitches out of the water. What’s more they delivered way above my expectations, kept to the tight schedule and communicated clearly when our demands meant the tight budget would be stretched to breaking point.
What’s more their office is the coolest I have been to – it has it’s own bar and I seem to remember fish and barbie dolls featuring quite heavily but it may just be that they slipped something in my drink – and they are really rather pleasant to work with. They are like totally creative and just a little bit nuts
— David Vallance – Exec & Series Producer BBC

We’ve had the best fun working with Creative Nuts. They really thought how to bring the characters to life, giving them haircuts, crushes and phobias. Everyone is so chuffed with how it’s turned out. It’s been brilliantly bonkers
— Rebecca Earp – Head of Creative for Living & Challenge

Nuts by name…. and literally “THE Nuts” in all things TV graphics
— Ed Booth – Series Producer at The Voice, Wall to Wall Television

Like the residents of any self-respecting nuthouse, this lot are wildly creative, prone to sudden outbursts of laughter and full of dangerous ideas. They helped me steer many a mediocre project toward sublime beauty with their clever graphics magic. And for that, I will ever be in their debt.
— Andy Howden – Creative Director – Viacom International Media Networks