We are The Loves Startup Member

We are award-winning and passionate designers, strategists, photographers and film makers, with a solid background as leaders in business. We create impactful visual stories designed to move people and meet real business outcomes. We are The Loves

Member Bio

Engage your people and attract the best talent, and bring your purpose, values and culture to life through compelling photography, film and graphic design.

We use strategic thinking, contemporary design, and world-class photography and film to craft impactful visual stories.

We are The Loves offer the breadth of a full-service creative agency in an agile, accountable team of 2. No management layers, no office politics. Just direct, actionable dialogue and rapid progress.

Key People

Jules Love

Jules brings a rare combination of creative skills and strategic thinking. After graduating from Oxford he spent eight years as a strategy consultant at Accenture working with leading blue chip firms including BP, BT and Sainsbury’s. He left to begin 15 years as an advertising photographer, regularly commissioned by some of the world’s biggest brands, including Google, Canon, Samsung, Sony, Hilton Hotels and Unilever while continuing to work as a freelance consultant. In 2020, as Covid-19 descended, Jules joined boutique organisation design consultancy Q5 Partners as a Director before teaming up with his life-partner and creative soulmate Emma Wharton Love in 2022 to found We are The Loves.

Emma Wharton Love

Prior to her design career, Emma led multi-billion-pound workplace design and cultural transformation programmes in the public and private sectors. She has also played a central role in two highly successful start-ups, helping her appreciate the crucial importance of strategy and brand evolving hand-in-hand. In 2017 Emma was awarded a scholarship to study graphic design. She has since lent her design skills to clients ranging from small challengers to global giants such as Twitter. She excels at far-sighted, big-picture thinking, while her intuitive approach complements Jules’ more analytical focus.