Empowering creators to
enable creativity at scale

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The team inside enjoying a company social event
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Our Vision

Automation is coming

By mid-2030, 30% of jobs will be automatable due to AI and machine learning. Company recruitment budgets will shift to research, creativity, strategy, and marketing.

Remote revolution

Increasingly, the workforce will freelance to fulfill this new demand as jobs become less geographically constrained. There has to be a monumental change in the workforce.

Freelance enablement

The solution will be a step-change in the way companies embrace freelancing by accepting globalisation of the workforce and remote working. And that the freelance market expands and learns the skills required after the impending automation revolution.

Creativity at scale

The only way this will change is with an authentic freelance network. We want this opportunity to enable people to make their work their passion. We want companies to be able to scale their creativity.

Our values

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Authenticity
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Belief
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Efficiency
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Rebellion
Authenticity
To be authentic is to have candor but deliver it carefully. You should be helpful to your team and customers. Have strong beliefs that are loosely held, where you are confident but also OK to be challenged on a belief.
Belief
To have belief is to be passionately determined. That determination should not be knocked when things get difficult. Have the grit to see if through.
Efficiency
Iterate with continuous improvement. Embrace simplicity. Be frugal.
Rebellion
You root for the underdog. You might be an outsider, but that's ok, because we want people to disrupt that status quo. Sometimes making a hack is the best choice.

We are hiring

Meet the team

Stuart Logan

Stuart Logan

he/him
Founder & CEO
Started as a freelancer, failed with his first business, success with his next business, before starting Twine. Stuart loves walking his dog, cries over his football team's poor form, and enjoys hiking, running, and cycling.
Joe Scarffe

Joe Scarffe

he/him
CMO
After getting his PhD in Music Collaboration and a (brief) career as a backing singer for Will Young, Joe became our Chief Musical Marketing Officer.
Leanne Buckley

Leanne Buckley

she/her
Operations
With her talent for organisation and nose for detail, Leanne is our Ops Manager and lead on Client Projects. Leanne is the Twine Social Sec (self-appointed) and loves flipping types down her local gym.
Jake Bridge

Jake Bridge

he/him
Partnerships
When Jake's not behind the DJ decks, he heads up Partnerships for Twine. Managing partner relations and Twine’s open ecosystem is often more fulfilling than his other passion; supporting Manchester City.
Jo Collier

Jo Collier

they/them
Engineering
With a degree in Sculpture, Jo finds coding marries their love of problem-solving and their need to create. Outside of Twine, Jo is building a Trans AI bot and loves to craft.
Tannah Cantrell

Tannah Cantrell

she/her
Marketing
With an appetite for all things creative, Tan is a self-taught Digital Marketer and a former (and still extremely talented) freelance Illustrator.
Manasseh Gebreselassie

Manasseh Gebreselasie

Projects
Manasseh helps manage the day-to-day of Twine's Enterprise projects. His interests include manga, video games, The Sopranos and producing sick beats.
Vicky Morton

Vicky Morton

Marketing
Following a freelance career, Vicky became our first in-house Digital Marketer. Vicky spends her time taking care of our many popular Instagram accounts and drinking copious amounts of tea.
Meg White

Meg White

she/they
Product
As Product Manager, Meg spends a lot of time trying to get the team excited about graphs (with mixed results). A keen knitter and inspired by a recent head shave, Meg spends their downtime making hats.
Amanda Griffin

Amanda Griffin

Client Success
Amanda is a straight-talking Yorkshire girl with a firm commitment to dye her hair every colour of the rainbow. She is an invaluable resource and the go-to person for both freelancers and clients alike.
Ed Phillips

Ed Phillips

he/him
Engineering
Ed is part developer, part origami master. He delights us all with his big tech brain and ability to make dragons simply by folding paper.
James Lake

James Lake

Client Success
James joined Twine after relocating from London to sunny Manchester. His role is to advise our clients on how Twine can facilitate building large video and audio datasets for Machine Learning and AI.
Sam Benskin

Sam Benskin

he/him
Head of Engineering
With a passion for building software and working with people, and interests in productivity, cars, guitars, running, walking, and being an involved husband and father; Sam likes to keep busy.
Jameel Rashid

Jameel Rashid

Sales
Jameel is our Sales intern and is taking the opportunity to get some experience working in a start-up environment. He aspires to one day become a high-end video games developer.