Wild Tweed Limited was born as the brainchild of Matt Limb OBE following his many years of experience in photography and as a freelance photojournalist, where he has worked on high-quality editorial and publicity photography and takes such skills forward into a new digital era.  In simple terms, Wild Tweed is where high-quality photography and written copy meet the modern age of digital publishing.

Following service in the Army and a lifelong interest in photography, Matt set about establishing himself as a freelance photographer and soon found himself working with a range of clients, including national newspapers, magazines, public relation agencies and press agencies.  He quickly established a reputation as a reliable and responsive photographer able to contribute to any team, working to tight deadlines and with the minimum of guidance and direction.

Today, over two decades later, Matt’s photography and writing continues to expand with a growing client list as he travels the length of the country supporting them. Now with a digital operation, interactive with the Internet for client proofing and the high-speed delivery of digital images, the next step was planned; that step is Wild Tweed.

Wild Tweed brings together the component parts to deliver your online digital or print publishing, for newsletters, magazines, books, or any publicity material.  No longer do you need to bring together a designer, a photographer, a studio, a copywriter and an IT wizard to publish it online; then get them to work together on your idea.  The answer is Wild Tweed.

In addition to our inclusive publishing service, with photography, copywriting and design plus on-line publishing, over the coming weeks and months Wild Tweed will be publishing its own series of titles.


Given the current situation of lockdown plus the issues with Covid-19 and workplace restrictions, the latest date to order for Christmas is 4th December 2020.

This should allow time for the production and delivery, but please note this may change due to government guidance and future Coronavirus restrictions.

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