Making moves that matter

Great brands should make people think, feel and DO. They have creativity at the core. They don’t chase trends, they start movements. They speak to humans as humans. They are aimed at people, not algorithms. They stick around in people’s memories, hearts and inboxes. They breed loyalty.

Which is why we created our own Movement Methodology specifically designed to:

+Define your unique difference
+Articulate the value you offer to the people who count
+Unite all stakeholders along the way
+Embed clear and actionable values

The result?
Ensure your brand moves your business goalposts closer

M+M = Jess and Nat

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Jess MacIntyre

Jess (the Mac) is a strategic magpie. She has spent 15 years working in the creative and tech industries. Her multidisciplinary experience across strategy, account management and marketing allows her to consciously connect creative thinking with real business results.

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Natalie Moores

Nat (the Moore) works in words. With a Creative Writing MA, a published poetry collection and 10 years of experience writing for a whole host of brands, she brings a deep understanding of how language can create better connections with customers.

Our freelance collective is the + in Mac+Moore. They are best-in-class designers, strategists, copywriters and creative thinkers. Our model is different to a typical agency, we only take on a small number of clients at once and handpick our team to ensure the best talent is on each project.

Thinking is good, talking is great, doing is best

Whether it’s speaking at high-profile events, writing for the UK’s most prestigious media titles or appearing on podcasts, we are always thinking of ways to speak out and create our own positive impact.

WACL Talent Award Winners

Speaking out on Gender Bias

Talking about the future of brand

Debating AI and creativity

Women in Marketing Awards 2021

Shortlist: Freelancer of the Year 2019

Shortlist: Freelancer of the Year 2019

Published writing for the HuffPost