Visit Wales

This account was a long time in the making. Over 45 years, in fact. Digital Gas has Wales at its heart. Having lived away from the country for many years means there's a genuine understanding about how potential visitors view the place and its people.

Our gut instinct has always been to celebrate the non-conformism, the creativity and the eccentricity of Wales and we've had great fun managing two major print projects for Visit Wales, the tourism arm of the Welsh government.

Editing the 2010 edition of Golf Wales meant promoting the country's to a global audience in the year The Ryder Cup made its home in Wales. The 2011 edition offered the opportunity to reflect on one of the most dramatic conclusions in the history of the event.

You can't complain when your brief is to find the best places to visit, the most interesting people to talk to - and have some fun while you're at it. Editing the 2011 edition of Wales View, the main tourist brochure for Wales, wasn't quite that simple, but it did allow us the editorial freedom to produce an issue that fitted perfectly with the Wales brand.

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  • Wales View 2011

    Digital Gas was contracted to produce the 2011 edition of Wales View, the main brochure for the tourism industry in Wales. For this feature, writer and broadcaster David Quantick went white-water rafting in Cardiff Bay.

  • Golf Wales 2010

    Digital Gas was commissioned to edit Wales Golf, the main tourism brochure for golf in Wales. The brochure was distributed worldwide during the year The Ryder Cup matches were staged at The Celtic Manor Resort. For this feature we joined former England footballer Les Ferdinand on a golf trip in mid-Wales.

  • Photographer David Wilson

    Digital Gas was commissioned to produce a series of short documentaries for an online audience as a companion to the arts feature which appeared in the 2011 edition of Wales View. David Wilson is a Pembrokeshire-based photographer who specialises in dramatic black & white landscape shots of his native county.

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