Doing Me Doing You is a creative branding and communication studio established by award-winning creative director and designer Emma Hursey. Our focus is on creating visual, verbal and conceptual stories. We work across brand identities, campaigns, print, digital, socials, and illustration.
We believe in new ways of seeing the familiar, that brands should be imbued with the character of their founders and that people want authenticity – so do you baby! The studio is based in Australia’s Rainbow Beach, where we work with clients both locally and internationally. As a small boutique studio, we’ll only ever take on two to three projects at once, to give everyone we work with our full creative and strategic attention.
Select clients include –
V&A Museum, Studio Olafur Eliasson, Ninety Percent, Little Parliament & Our Store, Marilyne Blais, Tegan Emerson, Voluptuary, MoMA Design Store, Zalando, UNWRP, Kindred People, UNHCR, Little Sun, B Corporation.
Brand Strategy & Identity
Voice, Tone & Copywriting
Art & Creative Direction
Books & Magazines
Type & Lettering Design
Emma Hursey is the founder of Doing Me Doing You Studio. For over 12 years, she has worked as a creative designer in the fields of culture, fashion and art –translating a surprising approach to form and colour across identities and campaigns. Emma creates bold, fresh and playful visual and verbal communications.
She thrives on working with good people on businesses led by their stories and values, bringing brands to life in new and unexpected ways, to ensure you look like you. Emma curates two resources websites – Resources for Creatives and Good Book Catalogue. She was a founding member of design collective The Boys Club Berlin, her work has been exhibited at the likes of V&A Museum and BFI. In 2023 she won two gold awards for Packaging and Branding at the international Indigo Design Awards.
We work on the traditional lands of the Gubbi Gubbi and Butchulla people. We pay our respects to their ancestors and elders — past, present and emerging — and place value on the role of storytelling in their culture, which is amongst the oldest living cultures in the world.