Jim Davies is a commercial writer, author and cultural commentator. And one of the founders of 26.
After establishing himself as a design journalist, he went on to write for the Guardian, FT and Daily Telegraph on many aspects of visual culture.
He set up totalcontent in the 1990s to offer brands and agencies a new kind of design-savvy, creative copywriting service. Since then, totalcontent has built lasting relationships with many top design companies and leading brands, including Paul Smith, Orange, Nokia and Thomas Pink.
In 2008, Jim won a D&AD Gold Award for his work with the Partners on the National Gallery’s ‘Grand Tour’. His work has been accepted into the D&AD annual for six years running, and been recognised at the Cannes, Fresh, Cream, Design Week, Communicators in Business and DBA Awards.
Jim is author of The Guinness Book of Advertising and six Royal Mail Year Books (three of them accepted into the D&AD Annual).
Favourite Word: 'kipper'
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