A call for help from the East Yorkshire coast gave the creative department a chance to do their bit for one on the country’s leading charities.
The removal of boundary fencing on the RSPB nature reserve Bempton Cliffs meant the creating of new interpretation for visitors informing them of the changes on the farthest points of the RSPB land.
Warden, Dave Aitken was keen to use an image of the cliff’s famous gannets. But the photo chosen needed retouching work to enable it to be used and SP’s Creative Director, Andi Wightman, was happy to help. She was able to blend areas on the birds’ bodies to make the words on it legible.
Maria Prchlik, Marketing Officer at Bempton Cliffs, said:
‘We are home to the UK’s largest mainland gannet colony and were keen to use a particular photo of these amazing seabirds on the boundary signage. Thanks to Andi’s skills, our visitors are now able to pick up vital information clearly as they enter or exit the site. We are very grateful’.