At bellette we see ourselves as communication specialists. We're a creative agency with a passion for delivering a strong message with a great design aesthetic.
Our team is full of quirky creatives and detail-oriented project managers. We get our kicks out of pulling together new ideas and being creative with our problem-solving. We’ve got graphic designers, digital strategists, content writers and audiovisual wizards all under one roof - working together to get polished projects out the door and into the real world!
We have strong ties to regional Australia and a big focus on growing our community and boosting the people who operate within it.
We take your privacy seriously and value quality, relationships and trust above all else.
Brad is always on the go, embracing a life lived fast - in work, family and the community. He loves it when we get to implement new ideas and experiment with new technologies to expand the reach of bellette and the wider community. When he finally gets to stop, he stops good and proper. A day off is a rare and beautiful thing.
Erika loves getting wrapped up in a good adventure, whether it’s outside trekking through desert landscapes or on the couch with a good book, lost in worlds only the imagination can enter. Her taste for exploration makes her the perfect candidate for problem solving in a creative space, using all her absorbed ideas to think beyond the here and now, finding solutions that suit their subject. Ask her for a book recommendation or how to reach a new audience on social media and she’ll be all over it.
Noosh gets her kicks from problem-solving and the cryptic world of visual communication. Her weakness is a good bush-cooked dinner around a campfire with friends, away from the perils of modern tech gear and all the hair-pulling that comes with it.
Patricia is not one of those creatives who is daunted by the blank canvas - in fact, it’s her favourite part of a project! Loving the moment where anything could happen on the page and exploring ideas to create a new visual representation of the task at hand. This Barcelona city lady has found her calling in the Australian Outback, exploring creative boundaries and soaking up the natural wonders of this place with all the camping and hiking she can fit into her busy life!
Laura adds yet another multicultural element to our team. This mademoiselle loves getting a bit adventurous with her design, testing out new styles and mediums wherever a project will allow it. If she’s not at the office she’s probably still showing off her creativity, in the kitchen cooking up something delicious or sketchbook in hand scratching out one of her incredible illustrations. She brings an energetic vibrance to the office that often also shines through in her work.
Content Writer & Editor
Leisa is a words woman, loving the challenge of re-working a page full of content to make it better fit its purpose and connect with the right audience. There’s a saying in the words world that the true sign of a good writer is to be able to say a lot with a little, Leisa knows the power words hold and we trust her to use this weapon wisely. When she’s not tapping at the keys, she’s hitting the high notes on stage at a local music venue or firing up for a backyard barbeque with mates.
Angelina is a sucker for numbers, getting her kicks from the order and precision of her work. As the Adelaide arm of bellette, she loves that she gets to work from home and then get out and explore the towns around her. This exploration has created in her an avid cafe hunter and coffee connoisseur.
Content Writer & Editor
Amy is a bit of a thrill-seeker, both on and off the Finke Desert Race track. She dives into each new marketing project with enthusiasm and optimism, and doesn’t quit until she gets the right result. Having lived and worked in Darwin for many years and now calling the Red Centre home, Amy understands the different Territory identities and communities. She brings an authentic and adaptable tone to branded content. When she’s not caught up in ‘Finke fever,’ you’ll find her enjoying a croc-free waterhole or binge-watching the latest sci-fi series.
Do you get a thrill out of using your creativity to solve problems and improve people’s lives? We’re always on the lookout for like minded individuals who will add their unique spin to our collection of creatives. If you’ve got some skills that you think match what we do, get in touch! Show us what you’ve got! We’d love to hear from you.
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At bellette, we believe that the community you live in is only as strong as what you put back into it. This is represented in our corporate culture through the support of staff’s individual passion projects. Staff are encouraged to have input into the community through their work and bellette is committed to creating pathways for this.
This not only creates a sense of pride and enthusiasm in our staff but also promotes the application of our core branding features. Let’s think back to how we talked about the use of the Jack Russell - fiercely loyal and will fight like hell to get the result they need. They’re a little dog with a big heart.
This is a brand and culture that we are incredibly proud of and want to see upheld in everything we produce.
We feel pretty strongly about supporting our local communities. Sponsorships allow us to put our money where our mouth is, using our creative skills for the greater good! We like to give a leg up to those who might fall outside the usual categories of support, giving back where it’s needed most.
We wanted to find a way to promote positivity in the local community, to bring a smile to the faces of the people around us. The pay it forward movement is about pushing out some good into the community without expecting anything in return. If you want to get involved and donate a coffee, let us know and we’ll point you in the direction of the cafe we’re targeting next!
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