Current Projects

The Secret Garden, a registered UK charity, run by the Antony Dale Trust, is a unique facility for Brighton & Hove. It is the only garden of its type in the city, and the only place where major outdoor works of sculpture can be shown in a secure setting.​ It is a ‘secret' because it is a delightful walled garden hidden from view, in the midst of suburban Kemp Town. 

ProjectSpotter manage the Secret Garden Kemp Town's publicity and profile raising campaigns year-round, and project managed William Pye: Sculpting with Water, their major sculpture exhibition for 2019. They are currently working in the same role on the upcoming exhibition In Nature, which will open to the public in May 2020.

The Secret Garden Kemp Town

Baldachino and Charioteer - to get scree

The Gabo Trust supports and promotes the conservation of modern and contemporary sculpture, internationally, through grants to professional conservators, post-graduate students of sculpture conservation, museums, galleries and other public collections. The Trust is governed by a small board of trustees, made up of the UK’s leading sculpture conservators, curators and Gabo family members.

ProjectSpotter are the Secretary for the Gabo Trust, manage the administration of their grant-giving, run the charity's twitter account and write and design their regular Mailchimp newsletters.

The Gabo Trust

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Founded in 1940, Halas & Batchelor Cartoons was the largest and most influential animation studio in Western Europe for over 50 years. In that time, they made over 2,000 films and earned an international reputation for fine animation, extending the medium to explain complex ideas with clarity and humour.


The Halas & Batchelor Collection exists to preserve and promote an extraordinary body of work that reflects the social and style changes of half a century. 

ProjectSpotter were delighted to assist with the design and launch of the Halas & Batchelor Collection's new website, and to provide ongoing social media assistance.

The Halas & Batchelor Collection


‘Inspired by videogames’, A Profound Waste of Time (APWOT) is editorially discerning and beautifully designed and plays host to a rich variety of voices from inside and outside the games industry, interwoven with stunning imagery from leading illustrators and artists. The magazine, edited by Caspian Whistler, doesn’t aim to compete with online game review websites and communities, instead it serves to celebrate gaming culture and discussion. The magazine was recently shortlisted for two Stack Awards and was commended in the ‘Use of Illustration’ category. 

ProjectSpotter ran a press and media campaign for issue 1 of APWOT, and assisted with social media content for the APWOT accounts in the run up to Christmas. in November and December 2019, ProjectSpotter ran a publicity campaign for the APWOT issue 2 Kickstarter.

A Profound Waste of Time Magazine


Edna Murdoch has been working internationally, with individuals and groups for over 30 years. She is an experienced coach, coach supervisor, stress management consultant, workshop leader and author. Edna has special interest and expertise in working with clients in the mid-life transition and with those moving towards retirement. In 2001 she pioneered the first Supervision-on-Call Service for coaches in the UK and she is a Founder and Director of The Coaching Supervision Academy.

ProjectSpotter assist with Edna Murdoch's social media content across LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Edna Murdoch


In 2020, ProjectSpotter are creating a website for Sharon-Michi Kusunoki, as a portfolio showcase of her work as an exhibition curator, writer and conference organiser, specialising in arts projects about the Surrealist movement and contemporary craft. 

The website is due to launch in Spring 2020.

Surrealism and the Arts


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