As the creative agency Fieldtrip, we are always listening and continuously learning. Working beside you in your field and understanding what you do, because your livelihood contrasts with ours in a harmonious way, and we are easily fascinated.
No one knows your story like you do, so we take a seat and listen while furiously writing, filling up notebooks and combatting hand cramps so we don’t miss a single detail of your story.
Sparked by fascination for your story, curiosity is the force that keeps us moving forward, into the unknown.
Though the answers may be elusive, a better brand existence begins with curious questions: “Why do you do what you do?” “Why is it special?” “Why should people know about it?”
Our curiosity isn’t satisfied with collecting the answers to those questions. Its satisfaction comes from uncovering more questions to ask.
This is where drawings and sketches are brought to life, where words, definitions, phrases and ideas begin to fill up the page, where papers get crumpled up and hit the floor. This is where we hit the ground running.
We’re perfectionists who hustle to create ideas we’re proud of. Then we take those ideas, scrap them, and make them even better than before. We’re not happy until every idea is the best idea we’ve ever had, because your story deserves nothing less.
Like parents dropping their kids off at college, we send our ideas out into the world to succeed or fail, to fly or fall. And just like parents, we’ll be the first to rush to our idea’s aid if it fails, so we can get back up and try again.
The marketing process won’t end as long as curiosity is constantly ignited within others and us. That’s why our success is measured by momentum.
The ultimate goal isn’t only to reach a destination, but to ride the force of curiosity to surpass it. Great work takes constant work, and we’re willing and able.