We create cultural moments that make an impact
WDW is an independent communications agency working exclusively in arts and entertainment. Specialising in film, TV, theatre and publishing, we partner with some of the most culturally influential entertainment talent and brands.
WDW also works with creatives from the US and the UK & Ireland to develop and fund film projects.
We believe in the power of arts and culture to bring people closer and make a more interesting world. We partner with our clients to help them reach broader audiences, build deeper relationships and ultimately leave their mark on culture.
WDW’s three founders each have a lifelong connection with the arts and culture, and this shared experience and passion was the impetus behind the establishment of the agency.
We are a nimble team by design so we can be in immediate proximity to the work. Working as an extension of our client teams, means we can be more flexible and have greater impact. We are a seven strong team with a variety of skills and areas of expertise.
Who we are | Founders
National Geographic Magazine
Guest Editor Project
We launched the National Geographic Guest Editor Programme in January 2018; an ambitious project exclusively created for the UK National Geographic Magazine (UK edition) to celebrate the publication’s 130th anniversary.
Working in collaboration with Global Editor-in-Chief Susan Goldberg and the editorial team, twelve notable British figures, each respected leaders in their fields, have been exploring topics close to their hearts. From sustainability to technology, environmentalism to human performance, the guest editors are working with National Geographic to use the power of science, exploration and storytelling to change the world.
Guest Editors include Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Lily Cole, Professor Brian Cox, Archie Panjabi, Dr Maria Balshaw, Dame Ellen MacArthur, Sir Mo Farah and Katie Piper. In the first six months, we've seen over 240 pieces of broadcast, print and online coverage including Sky News, BBC Radio 4 Today Show, BBC World Service, Evening Standard and Press Association.