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We are a collective of creative problem solvers that love growing brands and we do it by questioning everything. We ask the difficult questions to get to the crux of your brand’s perception because it’s your brand that is king and our ideas and executions are simply there to support and grow it.
For us, it’s all about the work. Nothing else matters as long as the work meets the objectives, solves the problem, is on target, on time and within budget. We create and breathe life into marketing and advertising campaigns that meet the set-out objectives (whilst pissing off your competitors).
At the end of the day, if we’ve changed your brand for the better, then we’ve done our job. It’s that simple.
I Grab Eyeballs, Touch Hearts, Alter Minds, & Inspire Action!*
If you have recently lost your favourite Freelance Copywriter slash Creative Content Ninja to rehab, an alien abduction, or perhaps even an alien abduction cult in rehab, please allow me to introduce myself. I am a Freelance Creative Director slash WordPress Website Weirdo and I do Punchy Copy and Elegant Websites in every flavour of the consumer rainbow.
Contact me first. Thank you.
Daniel F. Bothma
*I reach wallets too, but that’s just a happy side effect.
It is my job to annihilate bad grammar, provide copy and content for various platforms, review albums, interview musicians, research back routes for tourists and work as a ghostwriter for those who need to tell their human stories in words. I can be found researching antique pieces during the day or playing music journalist at night. Mostly though, you can find me on my official blog and we can chat about how I can create content that works for you or your business.
Lotus Media is a media agency based in Cape Town. We love what we do and what we do ranges from graphic design and web copy to social media management and music production. \”Passion in the job puts perfection in the work\” – Aristotle