About

We believe it's important to have a positive impact on the world through the work we do, by giving people a voice and empowering them to tell their stories.

It all started with an improvised drama 'Kim', which allowed young mums to talk truthfully about their experience of domestic violence.

The film was sold in 26 countries and all of the young women involved were trained as facilitators, in order to help other young women spot early warning signs of domestic violence.

At the time we didn’t realise it but that was the start of the collaboration methodology,

that now underpins every project we do; letting young people tell their own stories.

From that first project, working with 10 young mums in Brixton, the community has now grown to 55,000 young people in over 37 countries.

Latimer has evolved and grown, however we still bring young people in to the creative process in the exact same way as that very first project.

Key Milestones

Foundation

BAFTA Nomination
The Real Notting Hill, an educational film on gang violence shot on Latimer Road (giving us our name) and produced and distributed using the co-creative working process, is nominated for a BAFTA and screened on C4.

2010

Latimer Group “The Home of Co-Creation” established
Following the success of The Real Notting Hill, Latimer is established to capitalise on the success of the unique working method.

2011

Latimer goes national
Securing public sector clients at local level, our £40k ‘Domestic Violence “KIM” campaign goes national engaging 15,000 people. We secure 3 national campaigns and work with 5 Local Authorities in our first year.

2012

Procter & Gamble & Paul Smith Wins
Latimer land are first 2 big brand campaigns for P&G and Paul Smith

2013

The Guardian hails Latimer ‘Moral Mad Men’
‘Clients are desperate to reach young people and Latimer offer a unique way of doing that’. - The Guardian

2014

Worlds first ever crowdsourced instagram Documentary for UNICEF
Latimer partner with Nike, DfiD and Unicef to make the first ever audience sourced Instagram documentary, to raise awareness of forced marriage and FGM. The film gets 200k hits in 24hrs.

2015

Latimer hits the 50,000 co-creator mark
Since our conception, we’d worked with 50,000 young people, in 35 countries worldwide

2016

Latimer wins two Cannes Lion
Latimer scoops two Silver Cannes Lions for Action Aid’s campaign ‘Brutal Cut’

2017

Latimer lands the biggest co-creation deal in the UK
Latimer partners with new youth brand VOXI by Vodafone, making this the largest known co-creation deal in the UK at the time, working with 100 young creatives to power all social media content for the brand

55,000
Co-Creators

37
Countries
Worldwide

1000+
Paid Opportunities
for young people
every year