We think like scientists, create like artists and execute like superheroes.

World's First Ballet in the Sky

British Airways

Dancers from Russia’s legendary Bolshoi Ballet and British classical superstar Katherine Jenkins performed Somewhere Over the Rainbow on the inaugural British Airways flight from London to Moscow.

Pokemon Go!


ATOMIC FOUND a way to showcase RiskIQ’s expertise through a daring news hijack of the Pokemon Go! launch. We advised the company to use its cybersecurity technology to identify how ‘bad actors’ were taking advantage of the global frenzy.

BGC Charity Day

BGC Partners

WE WERE tasked with helping celebrate BGC Charity Day across media and social media.​ Our objectives were simple: make social ‘massive’, manage the 50+ attending media and 100+ celebrities, deliver zero embarrassments and, critically, ensure nothing gets in the way of raising funds.​


Digital Science

WE USED Digital Science's wealth of data on research funding to drive the brand into the EU Referendum debate and connect with target audiences. Our campaign generated 108 articles and counting, shared 160,000 times on social, with a reach of 532m.


Gender inequality in advertising

Rocket Fuel

OCCASIONALLY THE opportunity presents itself for a company to tap into a global debate. Atomic spotted just such an opportunity when combing through the data in Rocket Fuel’s Creative Guide report to find newsworthy angles. The dramatic discrepancy in the performance of adverts featuring men (4x more successful) versus women provided the ideal opportunity to enter the gender inequality debate.

Making the world care about content


ALFRESCO FACED a big challenge: people were much more interested in its sexy cloud start-up competitors than in the worthy but dull topic of business content. We created its Future of Work campaign to elevate the conversation and show how content is fundamental to every business and businessperson.



HOW DO you connect a technology brand with creative communities? By creating content which pushes the imagination and brings to life what is possible when they use G-Technology. Our campaign reached 36,686,608 through media such as The Guardian, Time Out, BuzzFeed and London Evening Standard.


The Magic of Panto


A TECHNOLOGICAL FIRST brought the magic of panto to children and their parents Great Ormond Street hospital. As campaigns go, it doesn’t come much better - every target was smashed, our client was ecstatic but, more importantly, it put smiles on the faces of some amazing families.