Our projects span identities, communication and creative campaigns, for cultural institutions, design and fashion brands, artists and musicians, publishers, non-profits and startups. We thrive when being led by stories and values. With a friendly, can-do approach to each project, we give life to ideas using design, words and strategy – so that you look, sound and do like you.
Doing Me Doing You is a creative studio practice founded by Emma Hursey. Doing characterful work – in print, spaces and online – since 2017.
The studio is based in Australia’s Rainbow Beach. We work with clients both locally and internationally. Under the creative direction of Emma, our team is a global network of creative talent and local producers.
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 an award-winning British designer and the founder of Doing Me Doing You. For over 12 years, she has fine-tuned a surprising and highly-considered approach to visuals and words – ensuring wit, joy and relevance in a saturated world. Through her career she has worked at top brands and institutions in London and Berlin, been a founding member of design collective The Boys Club, and exhibited her work at the V&A Museum, BFI and 48h Neukölln. With a hands-on involvement in every project, Emma oversees an experienced and talented network of freelance designers, business managers, web development and production partners. Outside of design, she surfs daily, cooks messy, elaborate meals, and is learning oil painting. She has worked in London, Berlin and briefly on a Corsican commune, before relocating to Rainbow Beach in 2019.
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.