LONDON — Online photo printing company Photobox has appointed Hope&Glory as its UK consumer agency.

Photobox was founded in 2000, and enables users to upload and print their photos in formats including photobooks, calendars, prints and on canvas. The brief sees Hope&Glory take charge of press office and creative campaign work for Photobox to increase brand coverage in mainstream and specialist media.

The company, which is part of the Photobox Group along with online personalised greetings card firm Moonpig, has previously worked with Frank.

The appointment follows Hope&Glory’s project work on the Photobox Instagram Photography Awards last September. The account will be led by managing partner James Gordon Macintosh, reporting to Photobox head of PR and communications Rory Scott.

Scott said: “We are taking more photos now than ever before and Photobox wants to ensure that our images are remembered rather than left forgotten on our camera rolls. We are excited to work with Hope&Glory and continue conversations around the brand in the media and continue that performance.”

Gordon-MacIntosh added: “We’re looking forward to building stand-out campaigns that really bring the brand’s mission to life for customers and consumers.”