Daughter is an independent design studio. We hold a simple belief that in working together we work better. We’re all in. No go-betweens, no shortcuts, no cookie-cutter solutions.

You’ll find us to be…

Asking a lot of questions.

Partial to a good idea.

A good idea + commitment = WIN

Still asking those questions.

Working together = working better.

Our approach

Our honest and creative approach has led to commissions within a number of sectors including health, the arts, leisure, finance and tech.

Each design brief we receive is met with fresh thought and a process that is both thorough and flexible. This ensures that our response is bespoke to the brief we are given and unconstrained by preconceptions.

We design logos, visual identity systems, websites or web apps, and anything in between for clients ranging in scale from FTSE 100 brands to solo entrepreneurial start-ups.


Tom Derrett – Daughter Design Studio


Designer / Director

Tom has an incredible capacity to focus on both the detail and the big picture simultaneously. He drives and refines our design processes and pushes us creatively with a deep drive for considered, robust ideas that hold up. Tom makes us better on a day to day basis – Greg

Greg Owen – Daughter Design Studio


Designer / Director

Greg’s the guy you want to be on a team with. He has a unique ability to understand other peoples businesses and what drives them. He manages to somehow combine an insatiable appetite for forward motion with a genuine desire to share and collaborate. He designs like that – head down, driven, determined but undefended – Tom

Join us

If you value high quality work, have the personality to work in a collaborative environment, then we should talk. We’re always on the look out for enthusiastic and talented people that will make us better. We’re in particularly interested in hearing from front-end developers, motion designers, photographers, copyrighters, digital marketers and videographers.

If that’s you, send an email to with a subject line of ‘Let’s talk’.