All in Awe
Connect charities and non-profits with creative professionals.
All in Awe
Establish projects with purpose, to empower and benefit the ones who need it most.
All in Awe
Bring together people that seek purpose with people that create change.
All in Awe
Being human is a shared experience and we want to take responsibility for it.
We build upon a large network of creative professionals who choose to support meaningful causes with their work. To provide as many people as possible access to our services and make our contribution within the process, we offer our services at great discount to charities, non-profits and public sector projects.
Awe is what we feel when we are exposed to the immense beauty in the world, in society or in our environment. Yet when faced with the great issues and challenges, devastating disasters and inequality, it too leaves us in awe. An overwhelming feeling of the good and the shock. This here is about finding the awe-inspiring beauty of the collective human spirit, it’s about how we can together find the solutions that we need to overcome the challenges we face in the world.
Our network of impact-driven creatives spans across various professions and is constantly growing.
Clients we have worked with
Animal Advocacy Africa, Cambridge Effective Altruism, Children Unite, City College Peterborough, Civic, Hackney Cooperative Developments, Participatory City, Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Store Projects, Vida Plena
Clients our collaborators have worked with
Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, Airbnb, Astrup Fearnley Museet, Bank of England, Bloomberg, The British Council, The British Library, The British Museum, Camper, CCS Bard Center for Curatorial Studies, CoinDesk, Der Spiegel, Depot Basel, Disegno, English Heritage, Erdem, The Francis Crick Institute, Frank Ocean, French Institute of Japan, Givenchy, The Globe Theatre, Google Arts & Culture, Guy’s Hospital, Hermès, Hessel Museum of Art, IDEO, Ikea Food, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Instagram, Ishinomaki Laboratory, Jewish Museum London, Kinfolk magazine, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, M Le Monde, Monocle, The National Trust, Natural History Museum, The Plant Magazine, Princeton University School of Architecture, The Real Review, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Royal College of Art, The School of Life, The Science Museum, Sennheiser, The Southbank Centre, Sphere, Tate, The Victoria & Albert Museum, The Wellcome Trust, Wallpaper*, WeTransfer, Zeit Magazin
Our process democratises creation for the greater good. We believe in co-design and closely collaborate with our clients and their beneficiaries, the people who are at the core of all we do. Our curated international network of creative professionals offers high level skills teamed with decades of commercial experience. We strongly believe that everyone involved benefits from the added social and environmental values. Being human is a shared experience and we want to take responsibility for it.
Founder & DirectorBiography
Eva is a consultant and strategist focussing on social, humanitarian and cultural projects.
Through her career as a designer she has always been on the search for purpose. After more than a decade working with leading design studios in London, she founded All in Awe to give charities and non-profits access to creative professionals without the traditional overheads associated with large agencies.
Eva is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). She won the Pierre Keller Award 2021 for her work with All in Awe. The award is initiated by Hublot with jury members Marva Griffin Wilshire, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Alice Rawsthorn and Formafantasma. Prior to founding All in Awe, Eva lead the interior design team at Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio delivering large scale projects in Europe, Australia and Japan. Projects included restaurants, bars and residential schemes including an extensive portfolio of micro living projects in the Nordics. Prior to Tom Dixon, she worked with Ilse Crawford at her multidisciplinary practice Studioilse. Whilst designing projects across private residential and commercial sectors, she most memorably collaborated with the mental health charity Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families to design and deliver a new centre.
With a passion for diversity, making a difference and helping people reach their full potential, Eva is applying her experience in design and leadership to projects that empower the ones who need it most.
Hugo helps All in Awe to bring its values and mission to life in words, ensuring there is clarity and intention in expression across all aspects of communication.
Hugo is a writer and strategist based in Hastings. A former editor at Wallpaper* and Monocle, and brand director at Studioilse, today he has his own consultancy working with people and brands to help articulate what they do and why it matters. He has worked at founder/CEO-level with clients including Airbnb, Instagram, Ikea Food, Erdem, IDEO and The School of Life.
Hugo met Eva whilst working together at Studioilse.
Community & TechBiography
Jeremy supports All in Awe on community building and technology.
He is driven to amplify kindness in the world to create more global unity and happiness. He believes deeply in the power of vulnerability, humility and compassion to help us be our best selves and do our best work together.
Jeremy has ten years’ experience as an early employee in tech startups. He was Head of Community at Sphere, which was acquired by Twitter, and CEO at CoinDesk, which was acquired by Digital Currency Group. He previously worked as a dating coach (a bit like in the movie Hitch) and studied psychology at university.
Jeremy and Eva met in the Effective Altruism UK community.
Ilaria Ventriglia Burke
Ilaria supports All in Awe in matters related to communication and creative strategy.
She is an international and versatile creative professional, with the ability to draw from experiences and expertise to develop and deliver projects without missing the joy along the way.
Covering all communications, global PR, positioning, partnerships, and cultural strategy she has used her skills and a generous dose of emotional intelligence to help clients of any size to identify and articulate what they need and how to achieve it.
Diversity is an opportunity so whether it’s design, tech, art, institutions, startups, luxury or non-profit she still believes the most interesting things happen when there are at least two people in the room and that relationships are how we save the world.
Greg developed the visual identity and website to All in Awe. He ensures visual coherence and relevance in multiple projects as we advance our collaborations.
Eva and Greg met in London where he was a partner and creative director at the London based design office Zak Group from 2012 to 2019. He lead a wide range of design projects including large-scale visual identities, publications and exhibitions.
His clients include among others Princeton University School of Architecture, Royal College of Art, Frank Ocean, CCS Bard Center for Curatorial Studies, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Hessel Museum of Art and Astrup Fearnley Museet.
Since moving to Kyoto, he has worked to forge links between France and Japan and regularly collaborates with the French Institute of Japan - Tokyo, the Villa Kujoyama and Ishinomaki Laboratory. He frequently works in collaboration with the sociologist Joël Vacheron, in order to develop projects addressing issues that relate more specifically to social and environmental issues.
Ruby is a producer and studio manager working with All in Awe to support administration.
She is a founding member of Kai Lab, a design practice based in East London that creates sonic, electronic and mechanical artworks. Alongside her role at Kai, Ruby works as a freelance fundraiser with a range of artists and agencies.
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All in Awe are exceptional. The model is transformative. It’s felt like they were part of us, deeply invested in the vision, working tirelessly to convene, frame, design, execute and learn alongside us.Jonathan Robinson
All in Awe are connecting great design in all forms to community imagination and need. This is now almost impossible for commissioners in the public sector.Hilary Cottam
Innovator, Author and Social Entrepreneur
We love our collaboration with All in Awe. This architectural education project with young people is our largest so far. Kevin Green
Watch this space!
Director, STORE Projects
The transformational power of design is often overpriced for non-profits – we believe Eva’s passion and vision is a much needed initiative to surmount this obstacle – we know that she will succeed in her important mission.Tom Dixon and Helene Bangsbo
Tom Dixon, Design Research Studio
Eva has integrity and talent. We are excited to see her following her dream to reunite design with social purpose. We'd trust her with anything.Kim Colin and Sam Hecht
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