Idenna Creative is celebrating a change of scenery after completing an office move in the midst of the global pandemic.
The creative agency has made the move down the A30 from Victoria to its new creative space at Indian Queens.
Creative director, James Neale, said: “We were already thinking about making a move before lockdown happened in March, as we were looking for an upgraded office and studio that reflects how we feel as one of Cornwall’s leading creative agencies.
“The opportunity to take one of the modern facilities at Indian Queens Trading Estate came up at the perfect time! Whilst we didn’t necessarily need desk space over the past few months, we definitely needed a central hub so that the film and photography team could manage kit as we were still out and about on shoots, so it was the best of both worlds.
“There’s plenty of room for effective social distancing and our eco-conscious studio manager has made sure we have lots of environmentally-friendly coronavirus procedures in place to keep both the team and visitors safe. It’s starting to feel like home already.”