thinking and writing
Understand our process and approach.

Co-relate is a content and co-creation consultancy.

We devise and run creative projects to listen to, involve and empower communities.

Managing director, copywriter, project manager
Creative and cultural project manager, facilitator, coach

About us

Co-relate is a content and co-creation consultancy offering copywriting, photography and training services.



Who is Co-relate?

Jessica Rose and Zoe Childerley have worked together for more than five years delivering co-creation projects to build creative and communication skills with young people and marginalised adults. Daisy Kelly-Granger joined them in January 2018, bringing her co-creation, facilitation and evaluation skills to the team. All creative practitioners in their own right, they offer high quality content and strategy with a sharp focus on making an impact in diverse communites.


Why choose Co-relate?

  • Track-record co-creating projects with young people and marginalised adults, including Creative Digital Careers, the Big Issue Online Journalism Programme, BBC Hackney Academy, Discover Young Hackney, Peabody Staying Safe Project and Camden Council’s youth board (now part of The Hive).

  • Award-winning campaigns – our Staying Safe project for Peabody won the National Housing Federation Community Impact Award 2013

  • School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) alumni, Jessica Rose is also a creative careers facilitator for Creative and Cultural Skills and a training in brand and marketing for Power to Change and SSE programmes.




Jessica Rose


A highly experienced communications director, Jess has 20 years’ experience communicating for social enterprises, national charities and the media. Previously the founder of Poached Creative, a social enterprise that put creative jobs within reach for marginalised people, she manages people and projects to create social value. A talented writer and editor, she specialises in co-creation: working with organisations to develop and deliver proven strategies to listen to, involve and empower communities throuh communications. Her creative work focuses on poetry and performance.


Zoe Childerley


A photographer and lecturer, Zoe has been working with communities to tell their stories with images for more than a decade. She has produced powerful portraits for The Children's Society and Carers UK and as part of residencies or commissions in the US, the Middle East, South East Asia and the Caribbean. Zoe worked alongside Jess and Tobias to develop the photography element of the Big Issue Online Journalism programme, sharing her skills with homeless and marginalised people. See more of her work on her website.


Daisy Kelly-Granger


A skilled facilitator and project manager, Daisy works with creative, cultural and youth organisations helping them to achieve core outcomes through programming and delivering co-produced activities, with a specialism in evaluation and impact measurement.  She also works with vocalists as a coach helping them to strengthen live and studio vocal skills, musicianship and songwriting, and with artists teaching creative project management skills, coaching them to succeed in the creative sectors.​ Find out more about what she does on her website.



Contact us at or phone Jess on 078 9145 8717.

Participants on the creative opportunities programme