meet the team
In 2006 Brian Liu resigned his post as Creative Head of a City of London design agency to launch Imagine Design Associates in Bath. In doing so, he created an agency which provided access to contemporary London design expertise at regional prices. With over 25 years experience working for clients as diverse as BT, BMT Defence Services, Elida Gibbs, Marks & Spencer and Rank Xerox, Brian prides himself on being a highly creative designer who has a clear understanding of commercial demands and can consistently produce imaginative work on time, on brief and on budget.
Nicola graduated from the London College of Fashion and went on to work for the Daily Telegraph, in Public Relations and finally for high-circulation women’s magazines including She and Cosmopolitan, where she held the post of Promotions Director. She has a broad range of marketing experience and can provide clients with anything from an entire marketing strategy to a single press release.
Paul Glyde has worked on consumer accounts at top ten London agencies. He was a Creative Director at DMB&B, Associate Creative Director at FCB, and a Creative Group Head at other agencies. He has created TV, Press and promotional material for major household brands including Birds Eye, British Airways, Burton’s Biscuits, Cadbury’s, Dulux, Heinz, Jaguar, Kingsmill, Maxwell House and Ryvita.
Louise Billington is a marketing coach who specialises in working with creative and lifestyle businesses to help them find low-cost ways of promoting themselves online, offline and within their budget. With extensive experience in marketing, events and publishing she knows how to put real muscle into marketing.
In 2000, Dan qualified with a Science degree in Statistics and Programming at Nottingham Trent University. Since then Dan has been creating intelligent website solutions in a broad range of commercial sectors. He is involved in developing new and improved Content Management and eCommerce solutions to enable clients to manage and update their own websites more easily.