edward cozzi

company director

After spending 8 years in the hot seat ski racing professionally for GBR, it was time to get a real job. 

Now with over ten years experience working within the wonderful world of agencies, Ed has led the delivery on a multitude of weird and wonderful projects, varying from festival production to exhibition build and outdoor events. He has a natural talent in developing and growing relationships.. Whether it be clients, suppliers or employees, Ed’s ability to understand and connect, has been key to delivering some amazing work around the world. 

Stepping forward in to his new role as company director, Ed looks forward to growing the company and client base. Ensuring that everything we create not only is delivered to an exacting standard but retains the magic that makes us Giant.




thomas maxwell

creative director

Thomas’s curiosity and thirst for experimentation has gained him experience in service design, branding, art direction and exhibition architecture. He has the ability to break down a complex brief or problem, navigating the intricacies to find a moment of magic. Ever reluctant to settle for the obvious.

Thomas classes himself as a creative soul with a business brain. He has an eye for opportunity and an integral belief that risk and creativity are essential for brand success. It’s this approach that has put him in front of clients such as Shell Petroleum, Major League Baseball and Ferrari, delivering projects across the globe.




tony cozzi


Tony is an inspirational and experienced leader with energy, drive and entrepreneurial skills to create an idea and bring product and services successfully to market.

A wit, raconteur and storyteller, Tony’s influence on the direction of Giant has been profound. These attributes and skills have been passed on to Giants’ clients and have influenced campaigns and ideas throughout the world.

Tony is also a vigneron and wine maker. The parallels with his vineyard in Sussex, England and running a marketing business or a clients brand are so similar ‘A good company needs nurturing and growing helping to develop strong and deep roots, if it is well looked after (pruned from time to time) and fed the right ingredients you will ultimately achieve consistently excellent crops-and these only get better, year on year’.