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About us

About us

The Creation Story

Hogarth opened for business in 2008 in an attic room above a shop near London’s Carnaby Street. Our Internet connection came from a cable slung out of a window, and the floor sloped so much that all the chairs ran toward one corner. Eventually, we had fourteen people working in that room. This made it so full that we had to use the Brazilian coffee shop opposite us for our meetings. In memory of these roots, the founders of the company are still known as the “Attic Fourteen”.

A Hogarth Olympian!

Loren Bleaken

Next month 40 Hogarth staff members will challenge themselves at Judgement Day  to raise money for SportsAid, our charity partner. Hogarth also provides web development and film-making expertise to SportsAid as part of a successful long-term partnership.

With only a month until the event, SportsAid has just announced that they will be able to pay for two athletes to go to the Youth Olympic Games.

Hogarth alone has raised enough money needed to sponsor Loren Bleaken – an 18 year old distance runner who is ranked 3rd in GB (U20) for 800m and 20th in the world (2013) – to attend the games. She will join Alex Chantler-Mayne, a 16-year-old triathlete, who also benefits from the fundraising efforts of Judgement Day participants.