Crazy Like A Fox

Creativity | Communications | Computers | Consequences

Broken link is now fixed… Sorry Mr Morris!

A very quick thanks to all the folks who let me know the Kelmscott Chaucer link was broken… it has now been fixed, you can download a copy here. Please note, the first nine or so pages of the PDF have been left deliberately blank – the good stuff starts shortly thereafter. 🙂

PORTFOLIO: New Examples Of Our Work…

For those who have been wondering what else I’ve been up to over the last few years, you can find a more recent copy of our creative portfolio on our corporate Behance page. Feel free to wander over and have a gander for yourself. (NB: Behance is a website dedicated to creative individuals, and to creative […]

One Big Reason Why I Became A Creative… (And Why Great Content Never Ages).

  This is a true story – but it really doesn’t sound like one. You have every right to doubt me, and I don’t blame you if you do… but I swear on everything I hold sacred, these events happened just as described! When I was eight years old, my grandparents lived in Mount Pleasant in […]

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    This is the personal blog of Shannon Woodbury, a creative brand communications and IT consultant based out of Perth Western Australia. This blog explores the subjects of creativity, communications and technology in general, and all the consequences and challenges they entail.

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