OystercatcherTF / Bill Hollingsworth
Ideas take flight.
We make ideas - and make ideas happen.
OystercatcherTF is led by Bill Hollingsworth, an Art Director and Graphic Designer with thirty years experience as an award winning creative for business. OystercatcherTF is purposefully light on its feet and will pull together a dedicated team of specialist creative professionals tailored to your projects.
"As an integral part of the gallery, Bill has designed and managed the production of all our recent catalogues, invitations and printed material, marrying an aesthetic that mirrors our values with all the organisational application required to meet modern day deadlines, seamlessly."
Oliver Sears, Owner, Oliver Sears Gallery
"OystercatcherTF was an integral part of our team on our rebrand of Acuvest. Collaboration and team-working are words that are often used but rarely delivered in a multi-agency approach. Bill’s personal style and talent means that he genuinely delivers a collaborative approach and brings his thoughts and ideas to all aspects of a project. I would have no hesitation in recommending OystercatcherTF as an alternative creative hub."
Edel O’Leary, Head of Communications and Marketing, Acuvest.
"The Hunt Museum worked with Bill Hollingsworth, OystercatcherTF on its exhibition Weather Gauge by Donald Teskey. Bill designed and arranged the printing of this very high quality catalogue. The reproduction of images was to an extremely high standard. Working with Bill was a pleasure and at all times he was very professional in his work and delivered a superb catalogue on time. The Museum would have no hesitation in working with Bill Hollingsworth on a future catalogue."
Naomi O’Nolan, Head of Collections & Exhibitions, The Hunt Museum
The Tara Building,
Dublin D02 RY83
+353 87 4127055
The examples shown on this site form a sample portfolio of work, in which we played a key role in the creation and production, largely with the help of other people and agencies. As we grow the site will be populated with fresh work.