The Greenhouse

Welcome to Integrated Awesomeness



Where smart strategies and clever creative comes together to create innovative brand growth.

Founded by Darren McKay, a creative director with over 23 years of experience at top local and international agencies.

An agency fuelled by passion, and driven by people dedicated to their craft.

A streamlined, multi-skilled team provides fast turnaround times, adaptability and above all, good value for our clients.

Advertising, digital, activations and design, are the four core skills we offer to help generate massive brand growth.

Recent Posts

Our opinions, rants and things that float our boat.

Three people with speech bubbles stating 'conversation is king' - part of a blog post about content marketing

Conversation is King

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3 Steps to Build More Meaningful Conversations Content marketing is your ticket into the competitive digital playground. But creating content is just the first step. The social media landscape is littered with content. Fighting among paid social ads and memes…

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Ponies & Paintings – the Renaissance for the digital agency has arrived

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The carousel, that old fairground favourite, goes around and around, following the same path and doing the exact same thing. A blank canvas on the other hand, holds infinite possibilities, limited only by vision and creativity. And that, in a...
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Bad Strategy Makes Irrelevant Creative

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Too many brands are pushing irrelevant social commentary onto consumers, messaging that hasn't been strategically thought through properly. The most recent example, although certainly not the only example, is the new OLX TV commercial. I don't need to watch it...