Social & Content Marketing
Oliver Walker
About me
Pixel Points:
41
Pixel Power:
Un-flappable
Arch-Enemy:
Northern Rail
Fear:
Not pulling off an outfit
Weapon of Choice:
Outlandish Outfits
Catchphrase:
Fun Fact...
Oliver, Social & Content Marketing
What I do...
  • Keep calm, hence the Pixel power of un-flappable 

  • Wait on train platforms

  • All things social media

  • Podcasts, podcasts and more podcasts.

  • To do lists on my hand, from small to important jobs.
What I don't do...
  • Not have headphones on me

  • Let work stress me out

  • Fuss, there’s just no need

  • Last a full day listening to a day of the office playlist

  • Sit up straight 
A little more about meOlly comes to us fresh from college after studying Creative, Media, Film and TV, bringing with him plenty of energy and enthusiasm for his role as Content and Social Media Executive. As an avid Instagramer, blogger and all round social butterfly, he's already contributed to several successful marketing campaigns and web projects here at Pixel Towers, and his interest in new social strategies is already proving invaluable.

Project Spotlight - Pentland Hills GinPentland Hills Gin is my pick as one of my favourite projects to date, from the tight deadline, the clean slate start to the ongoing work and new ideas. Pentland Hills Gin was a fresh and exiting idea which we were lucky enough to design and build their website ready for launch for Christmas.  The project was a challenge which always makes things a little more interesting but as a team we were organised and executed all jobs from the design team creating a great canvas for the developer to build something that was going to support all the needs of Pentlands, and finally the content team who needed to add the finishing touches and testing to make sure the site was ready for launch. It wasn’t easy but it definitely was a relief and satisfying when we saw the site live and running smoothly with great reactions and feedback.

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My favourite quote"You can find inspiration in everything. If you can't, then you're not looking properly"

Paul Smith