I am a freelance creative leader. I work globally — agency and brand side — in the US, UK and beyond. I have been named in Adweek’s Top 100 Creatives. Where I somewhat resemble a convict.
Most recently I have been washing away my sins with the British Heart Foundation. Making head-hurting work for Deutsche Telekom. And leading Maggie Thatcher’s favourite ad agency (aka Saatchi & Saatchi) in winning John Lewis Christmas. No pressure.
Before that I was helping Headspace become one of Time Magazine’s Top 100 Companies. And have been freelancing with Apple, Netflix, FNDR, Mother NY, 72andSunny, Special Group and BBH, amongst others.
Way back, I worked at Mother London for seven years, during which time they were named agency of the decade —I take all the credit. While there I created a global Olympics campaign for Coca-Cola. A set of Gay Russian dolls. And a Pot Noodle ad that wouldn’t get made today.
I then moved to CP+B LA. Where over the next two and a half years, I made the world end for Jose Cuervo. And did more tequila stuff with 1800.
I work across everything — from film to interactive to brand narratives to product to rebrand. I am (humbly) globally awarded. I currently reside in a field in Suffolk, England. And I hold a US visa.
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