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FortyTwo Studio x SNAP | A New Creative Partnership

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Having worked together on a number of projects during 2019 and 2020, like-minded Aberdeen-based studios FortyTwo and SNAP are making their strategic partnership official — and in doing so, hope to encourage more collaboration between creative organisations in the North East of Scotland.

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In the past year, FortyTwo and SNAP have worked together on a number of projects, including campaign work for opticians group Duncan and Todd, a brand film for new spirit Outlaw Rum and a new strategy, brand identity and website for SNAP themselves — a close, collaborative process that only served to further solidify their working relationship.

Having enjoyed steady growth and their most successful year to date in 2019 by far, FortyTwo Studio and SNAP are ideally positioned to see further successes in the coming year, despite the current challenges we are all facing.

Mark Kemp, Founder/MD of FortyTwo said: “This commitment to work together has many benefits for all involved, including our clients, and we’re really excited to make it official through this strategic partnership.

We’re now equipped to offer a more integrated approach to our brand and video work — therefore providing our clients with a more vibrant visual brand and more ambitious content.

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Well-honed brand development and memorable, impactful video work is a powerful and necessary strategy and we can see huge potential here for businesses in a variety of sectors and regions to really benefit from our combined offering.”

Will Farquhar, Co-Founder/Creative Director at SNAP, said: “Over the past year we’ve been lucky enough to work with FortyTwo on a number of amazing projects and we’re very excited to finally announce our commitment to working together in a more official capacity.

This partnership marks the beginning of a new and exciting chapter for our businesses that brings with it a plethora of new opportunities both for the team and, more importantly, our clients.

It’s a close association that represents not only our ongoing joint commitment to producing great work for our clients across the country, but also our shared ambition to help nurture and grow the creative industries in the North East of Scotland from the grass roots up.”

For more information on the new strategic partnership between FortyTwo Studio and SNAP, contact mark@fortytwo.studio.