Bug is a cultural collective based London.

The members of Bug share a common interest in the way popular culture and social behaviour reveal currents of belief, emotion and thought in contemporary society. We also explore that idea in talks, notably our ongoing series 37 Things You Need to Know About Modern Britain with London’s House of St Barnabas.

Bug also partners with brand and business to produce bespoke reports, research and to consult on brand strategy. Some examples of this kind of work can be found here.

Please contact info@nullbuglondon.co.uk for further information.

People

Miranda Sawyer, founding partner

Miranda Sawyer is an award-winning journalist and broadcaster and a columnist for The Observer.

Ekow Eshun, Founding partner

Ekow Eshun is a writer and broadcaster. He is the former Director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts and former Editor-in-Chief of Arena magazine.

Richard Benson, FOUNDING PARTNER

Richard Benson is a best-selling author and former Editor of The Face magazine.

Sean Moore, FOUNDING PARTNER

Sean Moore is a business and brand strategist and co-founder of the Cambridge Strategy Centre.

Gareth Coombs, FOUNDING PARTNER

Gareth Coombs is a business and creative strategist and co-founder of the Cambridge Strategy Centre.

Stephen Armstrong, FOUNDING PARTNER

Stephen Armstrong is an author and cultural commentator. He writes for the Sunday Times, Wallpaper and Monocle.

LOTTIE BURNLEY, PARTNER

Lottie Burnley works in start ups. She is our resident millennial generalist.

JENNY BERGLUND, PARTNER

Jenny Berglund  is a business and creative strategist who co-curates Bug’s talks series ’37 Things You Need to Know About Modern Britain’. Jenny works for Ben&Andrew, a problem solving agency working to create a world of charitable, profitable and cultural enterprise.