We are a non-traditional publishing house with a passion for communicating and leveraging the history, culture, innovations, and vision of a business. While we are known for our high-quality books, what truly defines a Fenwick project is the compelling content we deliver—interviews, anecdotes, manuscripts, archival and day-in-the-life imagery, video, and unique design. With two decades of corporate publishing experience, we recognize the value in providing a comprehensive plan that utilizes the content we create to support every facet of a client's business.
When we design a book, we present several concepts for review. Each concept considers the nature of the business, the design of a client's current publications, the materials available, and the outline for the story. The result is a custom package with the right look and feel for the client. Custom doesn't mean expensive; it means that we work within a budget to produce the best product we can at a price the customer can afford.
To visually support the narrative, we look to our clients' existing archives, as well as third-party sources of archival materials. We also commission and art direct photo shoots of our clients' organizations today. The effect on the page is a rich combination of old and new, and the resulting digital archive is an invaluable resource for preservation and our clients' future projects.
Our team surveys each client's existing archives to identify photographs, objects, and documents that can be used to create a visual record of the company's history. Priceless objects as well as those that appear commonplace on an office shelf take on new meaning and importance when paired with a compelling caption and displayed with amazing crispness in the pages of a Fenwick book.
In addition to our staff photographing archival materials, we also artistically capture the human elements of an organization with new photography and video. We have traveled the world to art direct photo and video shoots and interviews of our clients' employees, products, events, and operations. The result is anything but stock: it is our customers' people, doing our customers' work.