Morph is a multilingual language
consultancy, enhancing creativity
For the most effective application of transcreation, Morph has created three methods: Narrative Thinking, Meaning Design and Empathy Language. These are not always independent and siloed – rather, we combine them to reach powerful outputs.
At Morph we help to develop effective narratives based on transcreation of concepts between languages and analysing social constructs.
The importance and role of design is diversifying in business and management. At Morph, we focus on ‘meaning design’ as a solution to communication problems.
The morph team has rich collective experience in analysis of corporate communications and social shifts, and we’re able to craft highly empathetic messages where these intersect.
Co-Founder / Co-CEO
After leaving the MPhil in Innovation, Design and Engineering at the Royal College of Art, Koz co-founded Morph in London with Kieran Holland. Working on transcreation briefs with a range of global companies, Koz and Kieran devised their own methods, including 'narrative thinking', 'meaning design' and 'empathy language'. Before moving to the UK, Koz worked for Hakuhodo for nine years as a copywriter, art director and researcher at the Hakuhodo Institute of Life and Living. He has long practised Noh and Shimai dancing in the Kanze school and poetry in the Reisen school, and values his cultural perspective from ancient and medieval Japan combined with a contemporary global perspective. He lives and works in Kyoto.
Responsible for the back office at Morph since the consultancy began. An avid dancer, her two favourite dance styles are hip hop and jazz. When not dancing, she loves wine.