We have team members based in Cornwall, London, Kent and Manchester. Click on names to find out more about each professional

Project Manager
Tim Dwelly
If Tim is unavailable and there is a tight deadline, another Tim Dwelly in Partnership project manager can be provided
if required

Graphic/web designers
Nick Harpley/Satzooma
Greg Dyer/Light Circus
Mark Noall/Light Circus

Tim Dwelly
Lisa Thompson
Alison Benjamin
Kevin Brownridge/Perfect Moment
John Lancaster/Perfect Moment
Anna Minton
Paul Feldman

Tim Dwelly
Lisa Thompson
Alison Benjamin
Paul Feldman
Anna Minton

Steve Tanner
Jon Walter/Third Avenue
Paul Herrmann

Web hosting
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Headland Penzance
Russell Press Nottingham
Tim Dwelly in Partnership can also liaise with the printer of your choice

Partner Profile: Nick Harpley, Designer

Nick Harpley runs the Satzooma multi media design bureau from Penzance. He has designed for the Celtic Film and TV Festival, Kerrier and Carrick district councils, ROOF magazine, Construction News and many other clients. His promotion work for Cornish eclipse festivals was featured in national media

He is skilled in design for both web and print. His expertise with Flash, typographic animation and video presentation has led to his work being exhibited at arts events as well as commissioned from the private and public sector

His work for Tim Dwelly in Partnership includes designing Joseph Rowntree Foundation reports: Creative Regeneration, Living at Work and Arts and Regeneration, Swamps and alligators

Nick's five years of graphic/web design experience was preceded by work with ceramics and textiles. He was and remains an active musician

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For samples of his web work, visit


Partner Profile: Greg Dyer, Designer

After a 12 year career spanning graphic design and advertising art direction in the M4 corridor, Greg Dyer now lives in his native Cornwall working with clients and collaborators across the county, the country and across the pond

His work covers multimedia, web projects, graphic design for print, branding and marketing communications strategies. He is an active member of several collaborative working groups including the Digital Peninsula Network

Greg is a founding member of Light Circus Digital Media, a creative and production team working in visual communications. With his colleague Mark Noall, he designs and develops interactive interfaces, web sites, streaming animations, web content and interactive multi media

Light Circus also undertake creative and technical consultancy, working with ISP's, large new media production companies and web developers including the Halifax, BBC, Ford, the UKUUG, Yahoo, Excite...

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In addition to developing this TDiP site with Mark Noall, his recent work for direct clients includes:


Partner Profile: Lisa Thompson, Writer & Researcher

Lisa is a specialist in most aspects of corporate communications including copywriting, sub-editing, desktop publishing, public relations strategies, promotional and reactive news media work, crisis PR, internal communications and public relations training. She specialises in turning jargon-heavy copy into easy-to-read plain English

She has been a freelance writer and PR consultant for the last six years, mainly within the social housing, local government, health and voluntary sectors. She previously worked for nine years in public relations for the National Housing Federation, for two housing associations and in local government. In 1997 she edited and co-wrote the National Housing Federation's Communications Manual

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Partner Profile: Anna Minton, Writer & Researcher

Anna Minton is a freelance journalist and writer focusing on social policy. She has won a series of national awards for her housing journalism in particular, which has been featured in all the major broadsheets. A former staffer on The Financial Times she is now a regular contributor to The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Shelter's magazine ROOF and Estates Gazette

She also writes reports and pamphlets for organisations and think tanks. Recent work includes papers for the RICS and a pamphlet for think tank Action Centre for Europe

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Partner Profile: Paul Feldman, Writer & Researcher

Paul Feldman is a writer and journalist with more than 30 years' experience working in a number of different areas. His wide range of skills enable him to create original reports and documents, edit and reconstruct complex documents, run public relations offices, write articles for newspapers and magazines and project manage through design and print

Recent clients include the Housing Corporation, the London Housing Federation, Presentation Housing Association, Community Housing, Notting Hill Housing Trust and the London NHS Executive. Other past work includes posts as chief news reporter for Housing Today, Scandinavia correspondent for The Guardian, senior press officer at the Inner London Education Authority and the Association for London Government

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Partner Profile: Steve Tanner, Photographer

Since finishing his degree in fine art photography at Sheffield, Steve Tanner has lived and worked from Cornwall, carrying out commercial and creative photography across the world and running an independent film company Brainstorm Films

Steve's photos have appeared in The Independent, Time Magazine, The Guardian, The Sunday Telegraph, The Observer, The Times, The Times Educational Supplement. He has contributed to a number of reports for Tim Dwelly in Partnership, including the Government's 2001 review of the New Deal for Communities regeneration programme

His clients have included the DTLR, the DTI, Save The Children, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, South West Arts, Cornwall County Council, the Princes Trust and British Telecom. His photos have been used widely in arts and theatre publicity, including posters for the Royal National Theatre

Steve has won several awards and bursaries for his work, mainly to shoot abroad, including visits to Northern Ireland, Berlin, Egypt and Russia. His work has been shown in numerous exhibitions around the country from the Tate St. Ives to the Corridor Gallery in Fife

More on Steve and his work can be viewed at www.lephoto.net and www.stevetanner.co.uk http://www.stevetanner.co.uk

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Partner Profile: Alison Benjamin, Writer & Researcher

Alison Benjamin is a journalist and communications consultant specialising in social issues and the voluntary sector. She contributes regularly to Guardian Society and edits Corporate Citizen magazine, published three times a year by the Directory of Social Change. She has carried out research for Tim Dwelly in Partnership, for example on Creative Regeneration for Joseph Rowntree Foundation. She also worked with Tim on ROOF magazine's What Works good practice section sponsored by the JRF

Alison has recently written a social report for Cable & Wireless, highlighting its community involvement across the globe and conducted stakeholder research for a London-based housing association. She has written numerous annual reports and tenant newsletters for a variety of housing associations

The National Housing Federation and Save the Children are among other voluntary organisation for whom she has produced publications. She is currently spends one day a week as communications consultant to the London Region of the Community Fund

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Partner Profile: Jon Walter, Photographer

Jon Walter is a photojournalist who has worked in the public sector for both organisations and magazines. He has worked with Tim Dwelly on many projects, notably supplying photos for the UK's United Nations Habitat 2 report Living in the Future

He still works as a photographer but also runs Third Avenue, a photographic agency specifically aimed at providing services to the public sector. Third Avenue's website includes an image library where pictures can be downloaded for immediate use. It also contains a magazine section with photographic essays and a guide to commissioning photography which can be downloaded as PDF files

Third Avenue also runs a scheme for licensing and cost sharing with partners. This can help organisations commission projects on a larger scale as well as communicating effectively with other organisations. Third Avenue's website can be found at www.third-avenue.co.uk






Partner Profile: Paul Herrmann, Photographer

Paul Herrmann is based in Manchester. He apprenticed in the 1980s with former Picture Post photographer Humphrey Spender. His work has appeared in newspapers, magazines and exhibitions nationally and internationally. In 2000 he published a book, Playing with Fire, a study of street art and street theatre Paul has worked for clients including government departments, Shelter, the RSPCA and NACAB, various trade unions, housing associations, local authorities and regeneration organisations. His work with arts organisations has included shoots for The Lowry, North West Arts and Yorkshire Arts. His aim is to establish good relationships with all his clients, working closely on the brief, then photographing in a relaxed, sensitive and ethical way, to produce vibrant and authentic pictures

He is also an expert in digital imaging, has lectured nationally, and currently chairs 'Redeye', the North West Photography Network. Paul has worked with Tim Dwelly over a number of years, accompanying him on photo shoots for his features in the housing and local government press

Paul's stock is available through www.reportdigital.co.uk. This is a password protected photo library. For access or a demonstration, call 01789 262 151

email Paul