All about Guy
Guy joined the Fourth Day London team in 2019, having graduated from the University of Leeds with a degree in English and Philosophy.
Guy supports clients with writing, media relations and reporting.
When he’s not working, he’s probably watching or playing sport. He also loves reading, jazz, going to the cinema, and listening to the entire back catalogue of Desert Island Discs.
Recent articles by Guy
What's the purpose of a website? Is it to generate traffic? Or to impress those who see it? Both? It can be hard to strike this balance, but it's important to try.
Reading through our blog posts from the past year, you can tell it’s been a busy one here at Fourth Day.
Announcements by Verizon, BuzzFeed and Vice that all three have cut their workforce have drawn some bleak conclusions. The Guardian, for example, described these job losses as ‘the beginning of a new publishing depression’ – representing a global undercutting of the digital media industry, and a dwindling landscape of news outlets.
This week is National Conversation Week (NCW), which aims to encourage the act of – yep, you guessed it – having a conversation. But not an online one, or a phone call, or anything digitally assisted. Instead, NCW seeks to inspire us to reconnect through the physical act of talking.
When Bill Murray announced last month that he's to reunite with his Lost in Translation director, Sofia Coppola, for their new film On the Rocks, we immediately started reminiscing about Bob Harris’ (Murray’s character) attempts to negotiate Japanese culture. This got us talking about times we’ve seen other things get ‘lost in translation’ – in particular brands that have missed the mark following forays into foreign territories.