More and More is a motion and design studio in London

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Launched in 2016, More and More is a motion and design studio founded by Carl Burgess and Tom Darracott.

The London based studio has a strong design-led approach, developing film and 3d imagery with a distinctive and unexpected tone of voice. Utilising new technologies to create forward looking visual communication, the philosophy is to unify design, production and direction under one roof to produce the most responsive and effective work.

More and More is founded on the strong belief in the importance of collaborating direct with brands and artists to create the most engaging and inventive work. This approach has led to many successful and long-term relationships with clients around the world. Commissions include work for Nike, Mercedes Benz, Prada, Chanel, H&M, Wallpaper, Moncler and Stella McCartney.


Tom Darracott

Before establishing his own eponymous practice in 2011, Darracott worked for Village Green where he designed and art directed a series of award-winning projects for clients including fabric, Nike, Sony and The Vinyl Factory. With a distinctive aesthetic that marries the needs of demanding commissions with arresting, thoughtful imagery, his unique body of work has earned commissions from the fashion, art and music industries with clients including Chanel, Nike, Granta, and Wallpaper.

Carl Burgess

In 2009, Burgess started work under the name of More Soon. Combining an exacting focus on creating beautiful imagery with an irreverent and off-beat approach, commissions include Prada, Nike, Adidas, Mercedes, Kenzo and Pharrell Williams, among others. With more than ten years of experience, including an award-winning period of work as an Art Director with Hi-Res!, Carl has become a well-known figure in the design community. He currently gives lectures and runs workshops for educational and cultural institutions and conferences including Bauhaus, OFFF and It’s Nice That.

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More and More
Low Tide House
75d Southgate Road
London N1 3JS

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