Huckbody is a creative consultancy dedicated to discovering, supporting and promoting the freshest art and design in/from the north of England. Working with both emerging creatives and established brands, Huckbody takes inspiration from the region’s pioneering spirit to create bespoke socially-aware content, common sense marketing tools and collaborative design/retail opportunities; offering a 360° service from conceptualisation to realisation.
At the heart of all Huckbody‘s work is storytelling: stories about highly-specialised artisans and radical free-thinkers; technological innovators and creative obsessives. These stories are woven through our carefully considered words and directional imagery to create engaging content which can be easily applied to both traditional and digital media, eCommerce platforms, and interior design for retail spaces and events.
Jamie Huckbody is a creative consultant, stylist and arts & design writer/journalist who has worked with some of the world’s leading luxury design brands and publishing houses. A graduate of Central Saint Martins in London, Jamie trained at W magazine (New York) and Vogue (London) before becoming Fashion Writer at The Independent and Fashion Features Editor of i-D magazine. In 2005, he moved to Sydney where he was appointed Fashion Features Director of Harper’s BAZAAR Australia; eventually becoming the magazine’s chief Editor in 2008. Since returning to the UK, Jamie has worked as Fashion Features Director/Editor of British ELLE/ELLE Collections and was Harper’s BAZAAR Australia’s London-based European Editor from 2012 to 2019. Jamie is currently working closely with progressive northern English artists, creatives and makers within his role as Director of both HUCKBODY and ONE GOOD GIFT.
Emma Larsson-Revitt is an art director and design consultant specialising in the visual presentation of luxury fashion and lifestyle brands via creative retail/window design, interiors, installation, fashion shows, events, film and fashion campaigns. Recent projects have included installations in Selfridges and visual merchandising for Karla Otto PR Press Days. Emma is currently Head of Visual Merchandising & Creative Projects at Anya Hindmarch.
James Sheriff is a digital design and technical consultant based in South Yorkshire. His career ‘accidentally’ started as a student when he ran a website for his college mates’ band: Arctic Monkeys. Since then, Sheriff has gone on to establish a small digital design consultancy in Barnsley providing digital solutions for a variety of clients which includes colleges, universities, online retailers, fashion labels, local authorities and charities throughout the north of England. His favourite Arctic Monkeys album is AM.