The family hatch is no fledgling. We’ve been riding the thermals for a number of years, producing award-winning work for a wide range of clients. Our people (good eggs all) have feathered their nests by experiencing other agencies and PR teams before joining our clan. This means, as individuals, or as a collective, we’ve worked with some of the highest flying bods in the business world…
A talented clutch of creatives with a head for heights, the voice of a nightingale and an eagle eye on results…
Jason is the master of ceremonies and QC. He thrives on fast paced creativity and is happiest skiing off-piste, full tuck.
Yorkshire, Yorkshire, Yorkshire, Yorkshire, Yorkshire, Yorkshire, Yorkshire, Yorkshire.
Milly rejected her birth name of Emily, her first act of rebellious creativity. Now she focuses on getting consumers to love her clients.
The office’s queen of sarcasm. Duhhhhh
The Liverpool Echo’s ‘Best Dressed Man – Grand National” 2014
The Tiger Woods of the office. Aging, not the force he used to be, frightened of fire hydrants and has poorly knees.
The office linguist and general fan of cartography. Written with no sense of irony whatsoever. Used to eat sand for fun.
Natalie is one of a kind – a dazzling, ultra-organised unifier who really likes hats.
Kate gets her kicks from happy clients, fulfilled journalists and drinking wine.
Does with words what Harry Potter does with his wand, magic. He assumes that’s a tight reference, he doesn’t like Harry Potter.
Helen is Hatch’s country bumpkin, loving all things agriculture, food and rambling, oh and R&B
Roses are read, violets are blue, Tom loves Gravy. Gravy.
Loves social. Only talks in binary.
An ex-England footballer, Holly takes her ambitious attitude from the pitch to the press office, getting stuck in to generating/creating opportunities for clients!
Nathaniel is the least adventurous member of the team. We know this following the line “I don’t like ‘out new me”
Hatch Checkatrade Trophy stats: Staff Members – 3 Average number of steps per person (a lot of walking/running around Wembley!) – 21,000 Average number of flights of stairs covered – 74 Number of visitors to the experiential area – approx. 3,500 Attendance at Wembley – 41,000 Sausage rolls eaten by James – 1 Time for […]Read more
Following the success of our #Kidscoach last summer, Chiltern Railways called upon us to create another stunt based PR campaign for them – this time to promote their charity of the year announcement. So, faced with a brief to generate a national hit and promote mindfulness activities on board the train, our clever team carried out a bucket […]Read more
Recently, we have been working with #NoSuckingPlastic, a new environmental campaign in Leeds to replace all plastic straws by encouraging bars, cafes and restaurants across Leeds to search for alternatives and educate consumers on the impact of single use plastics. Already, consumers are beginning to refuse plastic straws! And it’s got us thinking… Consumers are […]Read more
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