With a creative background, Brooke started out her career in graphic design and web development in 1998 at Freecom.net, one of the first web developers providing e-commerce solutions. As Marketing Manager, she worked to build the brand worldwide, before the company’s successful float on the stock market in 1999. In 2001 she become Creative Director at Strato UK, publishers of bespoke wall and art prints, whose clients include Hard Rock Café, Volvo and Vodafone.
In 2005 Brooke started her own Photography & video Production Company as co-founder & Director of Studio8 Ltd, one of Oxfordshire’s best-known creative businesses. Her skills in Marketing, Sales & design helped generate a wonderful portfolio clients, including Macmillan Publishing, Pearsons Education, Oxford Brookes University, Blenheim Palace, Universal Music, Oxford City council, Hook Norton Brewery, BBC, Oxford University and many more. Brooke sold her shares in Studio 8 in 2018 to pursue working in her family Business, The British Honey Company. Studio 8 still continues to blossom and is known as one of Oxfords loved & respected creative hubs.
The British Honey company Started in 2013, is the largest supplier of 100% British Honey. With Brooke’s experience and much needed support from the Studio8 team, she helped to develop, with other family members including Father Micheal Williams, brother Oliver Williams & sister in law Hannah Payne the original British Honey Logo, brand, website, social media channels, photography, video, marketing & design. In 2017, she joined The British Honey Company on a permanent basis to produce the Keepr’s brand including the product development of a range of 10 honey & fruit infused spirits. Enjoying very much all aspects of the food & drinks market, she continues to support the sales team & Master distiller in all aspects of Marketing. She is excited to be working on some major projects within The British Honey Company including the installation of a Model Bee farm at a private Oxford estate, which supports the preservation of the British Bee. She is also involved in the development of numerous new spirits for Keepr’s and other third party brands at companies ‘all new’ 2019 distillery in Worminghall, nr Oxford.