Our MOOcrew are a talented bunch. Wonder what it’s like to work at our headquarters? Take a peek at what it’s like to work a day in the life of a MOOster…
Hi, I’m Phil, I work in the creative team and I’ve been at MOO for 8 months.
Creating commercially aware, innovative and on-brand designs for various stakeholders and areas of the business. My work varies a lot, which I love. I get to work across different channels which include email, direct mail print, social media, digital, MOO.com, PR, MBS (MOO Business Services), events, internal comms, and others.
Applying through The Dots, completing a design task and winning over my lovely team during the interview stage.
Walking to work (if it’s not raining). I have breakfast, with an Instagram scroll. Quick catch up with the team. Check emails, suss out my workload, and then get started.
A collaborative effort to meet deadlines and reviews! For me, a lot of my time is spent concepting or preparing presentations for reviews with our creative team or with stakeholders. I’ll often be speaking to our copy team so that the messaging / visuals of a project are aligned. I work with our in house photographers to help bring our concepts to life in the studio through art direction & styling. I also work closely with our artwork team who do an incredible job retouching, editing and exporting final assets.
Well. My first project at MOO involved me dressing up in a boiler suit & goggles, I popped balloons filled with poster paint in the photography studio for a ‘surprise email’ I was creating. Not every day is like that, but sometimes I’m allowed to make a big mess, and it’s absolutely fine. As long as it looks good.
Completing my first MOO.com project, which was a refresh of our Luxe category & product pages. It was so exciting to see the images that I had worked on so intensely go live on the website, for everyone to see!
The people; my team and colleagues are honest, diverse and inspiring; in London and across the pond. Also I love an occasional dog hug from Mango (the Ibizan hound) & Banyan (the Sri Lankan street dog).
Amongst friends, probably at brunch. Or at the Tate. Or at home visiting my baby niece.
Living in a warmer climate, maybe as a dog walker
Don’t show any work you don’t like or aren’t proud of!