A best-in-class digital collaborator and innovation-led producer — dandelion + burdock have conceived, realized and elevated impressively immersive, projects for over a decade.
With a uniquely design driven constellation of departments — D+B actively seek projects that integrate disciplines, creating unprecedented technical solutions for compelling concepts in special event scenarios.
Having projected content onto some of the world’s most iconic structures, including Buckingham Palace, The Guggenheim Museum and the Hoover Dam their goal is to partner with world-class brands, advertising agencies, PR firms, consultancies and event catalysts.
D+B are culture content driven partners, launching strategy, design and production to realize award winning interactive content.
Having worked on many of the most impressive projection mapping projects internationally, on some of the world’s most iconic buildings, Nils is regarded as one of the most knowledgeable and experienced technical managers for large scale projection in the industry. Nils’ attention to detail, as well as his unique and thorough technical approach, ensure that projects he is involved with are always perfectly executed.
Niall operates in the space where digital strategy meets design. This broad perspective, combined with his knowledge of innovative technology, make him an important resource on complex digital projects. Having designed, developed and managed over 150 live events and interactive projects to date (including projects for Legoland, Fitbit and Nike), Niall has the relevant experience to deliver a successful, well-engineered, and future-proof digital project.
Head of Animation & Motion Graphics
Dickon has produced animations for Land Rover, Swarovski, Red Bull, Fitbit, NBC, Volkswagen, Little Mix, X Factor among many other influential brands. A wicked motion graphics artist with a background in music production, Dickon became a partner in 2015 and leads the 2d and 3d animation team.
Head of Interactive
Ivaylo is a creative technologist who works with artists, institutions and brands to enable unique public experiences that surprise and delight audiences. In his work he explores how technology and storytelling can come together in unexpected ways to bring people together into shared narrative experiences outside the confines of a screening room or device.