Wanted freelance web developer

Posted by on Sep 30, 2009 in News | No Comments

We are looking for a freelance web developer that can use HTML and Flash and additional languages such as PHP, .NET and XML. Please contact us if you would be interested in working with us. Call or email chantelle@fireandicecreative.com

New name for food consultant

Posted by on Aug 12, 2009 in News | No Comments

Company owner Neil McMakin required a new platform to operate from. Fire & Ice worked with him for the name generation and new look and feel. Cadre Consulting was the choosen name and the new logo has been applied to stationery and the website is currently in progress. www.cadreconsulting.co.uk

The Theatrical Guild

Posted by on Aug 12, 2009 in News | No Comments

We have been working with the charity and photographer Angus Deuchar to produce the 2010 calendar. “We hope to produce a calendar every year, featuring different theatre departments. It seemed natural to start with the first people you meet walking into the theatre, the stage door-keepers. Box office next year?”

We have keys!

Posted by on May 27, 2009 in News | No Comments

We are very excited as we have keys to our new premises. We will be working with local architects Boon Brown for the initial stages.

Fire & Ice have new premisses!

Posted by on May 6, 2009 in News | No Comments

We have purchased a delightful building in West Coker, The Old School Room. Watch this space for progress updates!

Green Places Magazine

Posted by on Apr 23, 2009 in News | No Comments

Simon and Terry feature in a article ‘Do arts hold the answer?’ in Green Places magazine issue 54 April 09.

Somerset Food Links

Posted by on Apr 6, 2009 in News | No Comments

We where commissioned to design leaflets for the company which unfortunately due to lack of funding closed this year. We also designed the local food directory which is still in action and has been well received. http://somersetlocalfood.co.uk/

Brewhouse Theatre Commission 2009

Posted by on Mar 9, 2009 in News | No Comments

‘Entry Level’ commission for the Brewhouse Theater and Art Centre, Taunton, Somerset. Removing barriers through participation, public art which physically effects the façade of Somersets leading cultural organization.

Somerset Art Works (SAW) New Identity

Posted by on Mar 8, 2009 in Featured, News | No Comments

Somerset Art Works (SAW) is the new name for Somerset Art Week, reflecting the growing breadth of the organisation’s activities. We were commissioned to create a new brand for SAW, Somersets leading visual arts organisation, to reflect the changing nature of the organisations activities. Our experience as an arts led design team has proved beneficial […]