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The creative community of members makes D&AD what it is. Our current membership as of publishing the digital annual in 2020 is listed below.
  • Aaron ReynoldsSound Designer / Partner, United Kingdom
    Aaron Reynolds
    • Aaron Reynolds

    • Sound Designer / Partner
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2005
    ECD Sound Designer | Partner Wave Studios
  • Abbie FilerSenior Designer, United Kingdom
  • Adam BrinkworthDesigner / Managing Director, United Kingdom
  • Adam CartwrightDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Adam FisherCopywriter, United Kingdom
  • Adam GilesIllustrator / Designer, United Kingdom
  • Adam HesselExecutive Creative Director, United States
  • Adam HintonPhotographer, United Kingdom
    Adam Hinton
    • Adam Hinton

    • Photographer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2004
  • Adam KeanExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Adam SwanCreative Partner, United Kingdom
  • Adge GittinsFounder/Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Adib Dada, Lebanon
  • Adrian BerryCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Adrian CaddyManaging Director, United Kingdom
    Adrian Caddy
    • Adrian Caddy

    • Managing Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1995
    I founded Greenspace in 2003, after nearly 20 years experience in design and advertising, including a 10-year stint as the Creative Director of Imagination, where I established the company’s ground breaking ‘brand experience’ offer and led its global creative resource. I also served for 5 years as Executive Creative Director of Saatchi & Saatchi for Toyota Europe. Greenspace is an award winning, strategy-led consultancy that combines the power of good design with storytelling to create brand, digital and experiential communication in a multitude of forms. Our purpose is to create legacy-driving ideas for forward-thinking organisations that generate positive and lasting value for business success. It’s the combination of doing good work that lasts, and working for organisations that want to create a positive legacy that drives me, and the rest of the Greenspace team. We work this way with game changing start-ups as well as famous global brands like Heineken, Pfizer, Toyota and Zaha Hadid. Some of our notable projects include: developing a cultural centre in Valencia for Heineken, designing the brand identity and digital archive for Zaha Hadid Architects, creating the world’s largest hydrogen-powered car sharing scheme in Munich for Linde AG, launching a new social mobility enterprise in Kenya for Kibo Africa and designing a brand flagship store for Toyota in Abu Dhabi. Sustainability, Positivity and Creating Legacy are hallmarks of Greenspace.
  • Adrian GoldthorpeCEO, United Kingdom
  • Adrian GooldGeneral Manager, Australia
  • Adrian HarrisonExecutive Producer, United Kingdom
  • Adrian Holmes, United Kingdom
  • Adrian KilbyCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Adrian Kilby
    • Adrian Kilby

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2003
    Adrian began his design career at Michael Peters & Partners in 1985. There, he rebranded Top Shop and created the style templates for TODAY, the world's first colour newspaper. Moving to Bowes Darby Design Associates in 1988 where projects included exhibition design for IWM, he was head hunted by Ben Casey to establish The Chase London. In 1994 he left to found his own design agency: The Formation Creative Consultants. Multi award-winning, his agency's branding work features in 25 countries worldwide. Personally responsible for two official Millenium brands, examples of his designs for Pret A Manger are on display at the Museum of London, as examples of contemporary urban packaging. Married with two grown up daughters, Adrian when not travelling internationally for work, indulges his passion for vintage design - be it curating his own private museum of historic flying clothing, or enjoying the leafy lanes of East Sussex in his beloved Aston Martin DB6.
  • Adrian Lim, United Kingdom
    Adrian Lim
    • Adrian Lim

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2010
    I've worked in the business over 30 years. 25 of them at two agencies: Lowe Howard-Spink and RKCR/Y&R. I've won awards at D&AD, The One Show, Clios and Cannes. I've sat on eight D&AD juries, including two Gold juries, which was an amazing experience. Recent campaigns include Amazon Prime 'Vicar and Imam', the Carlsberg Pilsner 'Probably Not The Best' launch, and Lloyds Bank 'Moments That Matter'. You can see my work at
  • Ady BibbyCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Aileen GeraghtyManaging Director, United Kingdom
  • Aileen Rushton, United Kingdom
    Aileen Rushton
    • Aileen Rushton

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2016
  • AJ HoweCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Ajab SamraiFOUNDER & GLOBAL CCO AT BLITZWORKS, United Kingdom
    Ajab Samrai
    • Ajab Samrai

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1997
    Ajab Samrai started his career in 1987 at Saatchi London, at a time when the agency was at its peak. He went on to work on some of the biggest brands in the world as Regional and Global CD, including British Airways, Sony, General Mills, Delta Airlines, Coca-Cola, Mondelez, T-Mobile, P&G, and at WPP Team Vodafone. As a creative that is strategically minded, he is well known for spending an equal amount of time in both the planning and creative departments. This approach has allowed him to bring in new business exceeding £200 million throughout his career. Liking to lead from the front, Samrai takes a very hands-on approach from a creative perspective. This has secured his reputation as on the most awarded creatives in the world, with over 300 prizes at shows such as the One Show, Cannes, and D&AD. Some examples of his work can be found by visiting More recently, he became CCO of the 300 staff business the Ogilvy Group. The group was struggling financially and had been written off as an ‘adaption outpost’ in the Japan market, which is notoriously difficult. Within 18 months, he managed to turn the group into a global office that ranked in the top 20. Originally unranked, bold new creative work helped the group become Japan’s most awarded international agency in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018. Further creative success came with winning both Creative of the Year and Creative Agency of the Year, both awards given by Campaign. Samrai attributes these prior successes to his own unique creative methodology, which is at the centre of his new business. Founded with two partners in 2019 and perfect suited to the world we live in today, BLITZWORKS is a creative and strategic consultancy that offers its clients the fastest, most collaborative, transparent and productive creative process. It can deliver work on existing platforms – or create brand new ones – in days rather than months, with further development delivered at speed if required.
  • Al MacCuishCo-Founder and CCO, United Kingdom
    Al MacCuish
    • Al MacCuish

    • Co-Founder and CCO
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2002
    Al is co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of creative agency, Sunshine. Clients include Baileys, Nike, Gucci, Diageo, Skype, Dorset Cereals, Shinola, Agent Provocateur, Roald Dahl, Boden and Warehouse.
  • Alain EicherExecutive Creative Director, Switzerland
    Alain Eicher
    • Alain Eicher

    • Executive Creative Director
    • Switzerland
    • Member since 2016
  • Alan DyeOwner and Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Alan Dye
    • Alan Dye

    • Owner and Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2000
    Designer. Co-founder and creative partner at NB (1997–). 20 years of projects including Mothercare (brand), Museum of London (campaign), Pernod Ricard (packaging), others (too many). Chairman of the Typographic Circle. External examiner on MA branding course at London College of Communication. Previously Pentagram, Roundel, BBC and Maidstone College of Art (1990). Awards: Design Business Assocation, American Art Directors Club, D&AD, Design Week, Drum & many others. Awards judge and foreman at D&AD, Design Week, Canadian Art Directors, Laus, Scottish Design Awards, Creative Review. Speaker at conferences. Reinventor of elderly people signs. Advocate of Creative Courage.
  • Alan MackieChief Creative Officer, United Kingdom
  • Alanna ChamberlainSenior Creative, United Kingdom
  • Alasdair LennoxGroup Executive Creative Director of Experience, United Kingdom
    Alasdair Lennox
    • Alasdair Lennox

    • Group Executive Creative Director of Experience
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2010
    Group Executive Creative Director of Experience, Americas at LANDOR & FITCH D&AD 2018 Spatial Design Award - Judge D&AD 2016 New Blood Academy - Speaker & agency coach D&AD 2015 New Blood Academy - Speaker & agency coach D&AD 2013 New Blood Awards - Judge D&AD 2011 New Blood Awards - Judge Global brand and design consultancy LANDOR & FITCH has appointed Alasdair Lennox; Group Executive Creative Director of Experience, Americas. Based in New York City, Lennox will lead creative across the region, continuing to elevate and integrate the brand transformative work of LANDOR & FITCH. Alasdair began his career in FITCH London and rose to become Executive Creative Director for EMEA in 2014 before moving to the US in 2018. Lennox will now work across all LANDOR & FITCH studios in North America, integrating Landor’s brand consulting and strategic design capability and FITCH’s experience design and retail consultancy. The two agencies came together in 2019 to provide a more comprehensive end-to-end brand, experience and design capabilities. Alasdair will be the first Group Creative Director across both LANDOR & FITCH studios in any region. Frequent writer & contributor to design, retail, technology and brand publications. Experienced conference speaker and panelist, globally. @iSawThisMorning #iSawThisMorning
  • Alasdair ScottPartner, United Kingdom
  • Aled PhillipsCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Alek LewinCreative, United Kingdom
  • Alex BaneFounder & Creative Partner, United Kingdom
  • Alex BreuerExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Alex Breuer
    • Alex Breuer

    • Executive Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2015
    Alex Breuer is Executive Creative Director of The Guardian. Working in both digital and print formats, Breuer has worked across a broad range of high-profile brands including The Times, The Financial Times, Esquire and Men’s Health. At The Guardian, he has developed new responsive design and content forms that will not just embody the best of timeless journalistic and editorial design thinking, but also evolve new approaches that seamlessly translate into new technologies. He lead the transformation of the newspaper from Berliner to tabloid and the accompanying evolution of the wider Guardain brand. His most recent projects include the innovative responsive layout system for The Times‘ mobile apps. Breuer’s work has been honoured by the D&AD, PPA, SND and SPD.
  • Alex Dunford, United Kingdom
  • Alex LampeCreative Director & Co-founder, United Kingdom
    Alex Lampe
    • Alex Lampe

    • Creative Director & Co-founder
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2000
    Alex Lampe is the Creative Director and Co-founder of Wiedemann Lampe, an international, inter-platform brand consultancy in London. With expertise in both design and technology, Alex adds new dimensions to each project by innovating on both a product and a digital level. Driven by design, empowered by code, Alex’s vision is to create platforms, products and experiences that enable new things to happen for clients and their audiences. Alex has worked with world leading brands and projects and has won awards including DBA Inclusive Design Challenge, Design Week Awards, D&AD and New York Art Directors Club to name a few. Recent projects include a digitally integrated experience for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition and design of the 3D printing exhibition at the Science Museum, which won a D&AD nomination. Prior to setting up Wiedemann Lampe and A+B Studio, Alex worked at renowned brand agency, Lewis Moberly. Alex graduated from the Surrey Institute in 2000 with a 1st class in graphic design and is a D&AD Yellow Pencil winner.
  • Alex MachinIllustrator, United Kingdom
  • Alex NormantonCreative Director, Netherlands
    Alex Normanton
    • Alex Normanton

    • Creative Director
    • Netherlands
    • Member since 2001
    Alex has been working in the creative industry for nearly two decades. From humble beginnings at Saatchi & Saatchi through to running his own design company, he is a highly motivated, strategic and creative thinker applying his ninja skills to all things audible. He offers a wealth of experience, creativity and aptitude combined with killer business acumen. During his career, he has been fortunate to pick up numerous industry accolades including D&AD, Clio Awards and Cannes Lions (to name a few).
  • Alex PearlCopywriter, United Kingdom
  • Alex SchiederCreative Lead, Australia
  • Alex TaylorProgramme Leader BA Graphic Communication, United Kingdom
    Alex Taylor
    • Alex Taylor

    • Programme Leader BA Graphic Communication
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2014
    I am programme leader for the area of 2D Design (BA Graphic Communication & BA Illustration) at the University of Northampton. I have been teaching Graphic Design now for 12 years, but my background is in music design and publishing. I am still a practicing designer and I am currently working within the music industry again on record covers and music videos.
  • Alex TelferPhotographer, United Kingdom
  • Alex ToshJoint Managing Director, United Kingdom
  • Alexander Bomok, United Kingdom
    Alexander Bomok
    • Alexander Bomok

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2015
    A multi-disciplinary art director working to craft tailored visual identities, curated spaces and innovative digital concepts through strong ideas & effective communication design.
  • Alexander JaggyExecutive Creative Director, Switzerland
    Alexander Jaggy
    • Alexander Jaggy

    • Executive Creative Director
    • Switzerland
    • Member since 2005
    After graduating from commercial college, Alex started his career as a junior copywriter at BBDO Zurich in 1990. Two years later, he moved to the legendary GGK agency. In 1994, he went to work as a copywriter in Germany. First at Springer & Jacoby, and then, after three years, at Jung von Matt. In 1999, he was engaged by Springer & Jacoby to help set up their international office in London. After seven years abroad, he returned to Switzerland to work as a creative director for the newly founded Jung von Matt/Limmat agency. In 2004 he was promoted to Executive Creative Director, and in 2006 he became one of the agency’s partners. In 2016, after 15 years, he decided to leave Jung von Matt/Limmat to co-found thjnk Zurich. Alex has a bachelor’s degree and an Executive MBA from the Berlin School of Creative Leadership. He has been a jury member at nearly all of the major international advertising award shows, including Cannes Lions, One Show, Eurobest, New York Festivals, and London International Awards. Alex is a board member of ADC Switzerland, member of ADC for Germany and the British D&AD.
  • Alexander McCuaigChairman/Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Alexander NagelManaging Director, Germany
  • Alexandra JugovicCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Alexis TaylorLecturer, United Kingdom
  • Ali FilsoofDesign Director, United States
    Ali Filsoof
    • Ali Filsoof

    • Design Director
    • United States
    • Member since 2018
  • Ali RezRegional Executive Creative Director, United Arab Emirates
    Ali Rez
    • Ali Rez

    • Regional Executive Creative Director
    • United Arab Emirates
    • Member since 2018
    Ranked amongst the Top 20 ECDs on the World Creative Rankings in 2020, and named South Asia Creative Person of the Year by Campaign magazine, Ali Rez has won more than 400 international awards in his 20-year career across USA, the Middle East, Asia and Africa. These include Grands Prix, Golds and several other metals across Cannes Lions, Clios, D&AD, Effie, One Show, Dubai Lynx, Spikes and many more. Besides leading BBDO to be named Campaign Brief Asia Agency of the Year three years in a row, and being named Agency of the Year 2019 at Dubai Lynx, Rez has also been part of prestigious jury panels at Cannes Lions, Clios, Effies, and President of the Design Jury at Spikes Asia and Adfest. Rez focuses on socially responsible campaigns and is the proud recipient of the first Glass for Change Award at both Spikes Asia and Dubai Lynx. Rez has lectured at Oxford University and St.Martin's, exhibited at Tate UK, spoken at Tedx, captained a cricket team in California, and - being a firm believer that curiosity leads to creativity - has traveled to 131 countries.
  • Ali WynterJunior strategist, United Kingdom
  • Alice MullinSenior Insight Designer, United Kingdom
  • Alisa CatonMarketing Manager, United States
  • Alison BarnesCourse Leader, United Kingdom
  • Alison SheardBrand and Design Manager, United Kingdom
  • Alistair SimDirector, United Kingdom
  • Alister CampbellTV Producer, United Kingdom
  • Alix PaverCreative Partner, United Kingdom
  • Ami Hasan, Finland
  • Amilcar Guevara TorijaCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Amy Campbell, United States
  • Amy CobainJunior Designer, United Kingdom
  • Amy JonesSenior Designer, United Kingdom
  • Amy MawMarketing Manager, United Kingdom
  • Anael BougléArt director Junior, France
  • Anais HonguetCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Ananya Khaitan, India
  • Anastasios MaragiannisDeputy Head School of Design, United Kingdom
  • Andre DammersCopywriter, Netherlands
  • Andre LaurentinoChief Creative Officer, Ogilvy UK, United Kingdom
    Andre Laurentino
    • Andre Laurentino

    • Chief Creative Officer, Ogilvy UK
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2020
    André Laurentino, better known as Dedé, is the CCO of Ogilvy UK. Brazilian born Dedé was one of Brazil's most awarded art directors for 10 years. He then became a copywriter and soon went on to win the same accolades in his new role. Over the past 25 years, he's done award-winning work for brands such as Visa, Volkswagen, Audi, Nissan, adidas, Hellmann's, Dove, Comfort, British Airways and many others. Dede has over 30 Cannes Lions to his name, as well as D&AD and The One Show pencils. Alongside his career in advertising, Dede is a published author (a novel in 2005, collected essays in 2017) and also wrote TV series for Globo TV – Brazil’s largest TV network. He was a regular columnist for newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo for 10 years and has collaborated with drawings and cartoons for various magazines and newspapers.
  • Andrea MacArthurManaging Director/Editor, United Kingdom
  • Andrew BackhouseFreelancer, United Kingdom
  • Andrew ChappinIndependent Design Professional, United Kingdom
  • Andrew DavidsonIllustrator, United Kingdom
  • Andrew MawGlobal Director of Print Servives, United States
  • Andrew RigdenCopywriter and Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Andrew RossDirector, United Kingdom
    Andrew Ross
    • Andrew Ross

    • Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1998
  • Andrew SextonCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Andrew StokesDirector, United Kingdom
  • Andrew ThomasDirector, United Kingdom
  • Andrew WilsonCreative+Design Director, United Kingdom
    Andrew Wilson
    • Andrew Wilson

    • Creative+Design Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2010
  • Andrew YoungCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Andrew ZulverDesign Director, United Kingdom
  • Andrii MishchenkoCreative Group Head, Ukraine
  • Andy BellCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Andy BloodCreative Strategist, New Zealand
    Andy Blood
    • Andy Blood

    • Creative Strategist
    • New Zealand
    • Member since 2018
    Creative Strategist at Facebook Creative Shop. Executive Producer of the acclaimed documentary "Losing Lena" exploring gender bias in technology. Former World's Most Awarded ECD (2016/17). Former ECD at Colenso BBDO. Partner & ECD at TBWA NZ. CCO Batey Singapore. Saatchi and RKCR alumni.
  • Andy CheethamCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Andy Cheetham
    • Andy Cheetham

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1995
    After 4 years at Art School, Andy started his career at BDH Manchester in 1986. In 1992 he set up CheethamBell with David Bell. Andy (Creative Director) and Dave (CEO) merged Cheetham Bell with JWT in 2001 to form CheethamBell JWT. JWT bought the final shares in CBJWT in 2008. He was regional chairman of the IPA from 2001-2003 and on the IPA council for a further 7 years. Andy was made a fellow of the IPA in 2005 for services to the industry. He has judged numerous awards. CheethamBell JWT’s work has featured in many global awards over the years. Andy was honored with lifetime achievement awards from the Drum Magazine, The Roses awards and the Chip Shop awards.
  • Andy CorcoranFounder, Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Andy Corcoran
    • Andy Corcoran

    • Founder, Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2020
    I run lucky7, an independent creative & content agency based in Brixton, London. I started lucky7 to fill the gap left by large creative agencies and digital specialists, by creating & producing campaigns that flow seamlessly from traditional advertising, through to relevancy-boosting digital content, and into hardworking addressable campaigns. lucky7 has over 20 years of experience doing exactly that for the most exciting brands in the world.
  • Andy MargetsonDirector, United Kingdom
  • Andy MaxwellCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Andy MayManaging Director, United Kingdom
    Andy May
    • Andy May

    • Managing Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2006
    Owner of design consultancy SampsonMay.
  • Andy McAnaneyCreative Direction, United Kingdom
    Andy McAnaney
    • Andy McAnaney

    • Creative Direction
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2008
    Andy is a copywriter/creative with 20 years industry experience. He is currently a Creative Director at adamandeveddb
  • Andy McLeod, United Kingdom
  • Andy MosleyCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Andy Mosley
    • Andy Mosley

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2011
    After graduating from the University of Northumbria in 1996, Andy honed his skills during positions at CDT, Lippa Pearce and Lambie-Nairn before becoming freelance in 2001. He continues to work with some of the UK’s most creative design agencies in addition to his own diverse range of clients. During this time he has developed a team of highly talented and trusted suppliers and collaborators, delivering projects over a broad range of disciplines. Andy has also won numerous design awards including a DBA Design Effectiveness Award and D&AD Silver. He has also been an awarded member of D&AD since winning first prize for typography in the 1996 Student Awards.
  • Andy SandozChief Creative Officer, United Kingdom
    Andy Sandoz
    • Andy Sandoz

    • Chief Creative Officer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2006
    Andy is a Founder, Creative Partner and Innovation Director @ Work Club. He's passionate about the Internet as a power source for business and social change. Recent projects include The 'McLaren Pitwall' which mixes live data from an F1 car, pit lane chatter and Facebook creating up-to-the-micro-second status updates, A live animated Tattoo and the D&AD White Pencil. A prominent member of institutions championing creativity such as the Creative Social and a mentor for The Marketing Academy, Andy is a regular speaker on advertising futures. Andy is already embedded within D&AD helping guide digital vision, new blood, and recently as foreman for the Digital Design jury. Previously he was CD @ Agency Republic, a TV channel brander, designer, game designer, 3D animator and originally an illustrator who got frustrated that his airbrush did not have 'cmd z'. You can follow him on the streets of South London or @sandoz.
  • Andy SeymourPhotographer, United Kingdom
  • Angela CristofariProject Manager, Switzerland
  • Angela KnightArt Director, United Kingdom
  • Anibal MiraCreative Design Manager, United Kingdom
  • Anine HagueAdministration Executive, United Kingdom
  • Anja SteinigGraphic Design, Germany
    Anja Steinig
    • Anja Steinig

    • Graphic Design
    • Germany
    • Member since 2019
    Anja Steinig’s love belongs to editorial design. As graduate of the Düsseldorf design school she started her professional career in the art direction departments at DDB Needham, Euro RSCG and Rempen & Partner. In 1999 she and Marcus Weyerke founded the design studio Formwechsel in Düsseldorf. In 2009 she moved to Berlin, Formwechsel changed to Studio F. Apart from her work as graphic designer she teaches typography and graphic design at different schools (FH Düsseldorf, University of Applied Arts Vienna, design academy berlin, Academy for Illustration und Design Berlin). Anja Steinig is member of the German Society for Design Theory and Research (DGTF) and board member of the Art Directors Club Germany, heading its editorial section.
  • Ann ChenDesign & Visual Identity Leader, Johnnie Walker, Netherlands
    Ann Chen
    • Ann Chen

    • Design & Visual Identity Leader, Johnnie Walker
    • Netherlands
    • Member since 2017
    Design & Visual Identity Leader, Johnnie Walker
  • Ann Taylor-RimmerDirector of Brand, United Kingdom
  • Anne WoodCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Anthony BilesCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Anthony ChapmanCo- Founder and Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Anthony Chapman
    • Anthony Chapman

    • Co- Founder and Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
  • Anthony PottsCreative director, United Kingdom
  • Anthony SmithCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Anthony Smith
    • Anthony Smith

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2009
    Anthony is a designer and creative director with over twenty five years experience creating branding and design. He believes that great design can transform the relationship between an organisation and its audiences. He also believes it’s a long way to the top if you wanna rock and roll and there’s no excuse for bad coffee. In 2007 he co-founded creative agency Music. He left in 2014 and set up AndNowThis. He has worked for clients including The British Fashion Council, Chester Zoo, Manchester City and Liverpool football clubs, Primark, the NHS and the BRIT Awards. Described by his son Reggie as an ‘outstonishing’ designer, he has also been awarded at D&AD, Design Week and Roses.
  • Anthony WillisGroup Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Antony GoldsteinExecutive Creative Director, United States
  • Arne TotzDirector, Germany
  • Arthur Parshotamglobal creative partner, United Kingdom
  • Asa CookCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Asa Cook
    • Asa Cook

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2012
    Asa is Creative Director and founder of Intertype studio. Formerly a Creative Director at Design Bridge, where he worked from 2002 to 2020. His focus is primarily on branding, packaging and brand world creation. Asa won a D&AD best new blood award on graduation from The University of Northumbria at Newcastle. Throughout his career he has won various accolades including The Scottish design awards, The New York Festivals, Communication Arts, The Drum Awards, the Pentawards, Design Week, DBA Design Effectiveness Awards, and a D&AD pencil. Asa is very involved in student education with Intertype studio and D&AD. This includes tutoring an the MA packaging design course at Elisava Design School in Barcelona, setting the D&AD student packaging brief in 2012 and 2016 and D&AD New Blood portfolio surgeries.
  • Ashley PotterProgramme Leader, United Kingdom
  • Ashted DastorCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Astrid StavroPartner, Spain
    Astrid Stavro
    • Astrid Stavro

    • Partner
    • Spain
    • Member since 2006
    Pentagram partner Astrid Stavro is a graphic designer with a reputation for strong concept-driven design which is succinct, emotionally engaging, with the emphasis placed on exquisite typography and craft. Her clients span the cultural and commercial worlds, and her work encompasses brand identity, editorial, and exhibition design, as well as wayfinding systems and packaging. She led the celebrated redesign of the London-based arts and culture magazine Elephant, where she was Art Director and Contributing Editor from 2013–2017, as well as the brand new supplements for Port magazine, 10:10 and 413. She also created the identity for the Barcelona Design Museum and the menswear clothing label Jijibaba for Jasper Morrison and Jaime Hayon amongst others. Recent clients also include Vitra, Camper, McKinsey & Company, Tate, Acciona, The National Portrait Gallery, Hauser & Wirth, National Ambulance Mental Health Group, Port magazine, Phaidon, Fedrigoni, Laurence King Publishing, Reina Sofía Museum, Mahou San Miguel, the Miró Foundation, Cahiers du Cinéma and Wallpaper* magazine. Born in Trieste, Italy, Stavro speaks five languages and has lived in Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, the United States and the UK. She studied graphic design at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design (BA) and the Royal College of Art (MA), graduating with Distinction from both colleges. Stavro directed her own studio in Barcelona for ten years, and in 2013 she co-founded the brand and design consultancy Atlas with Pablo Martín. Her work has received over 150 international awards including D&AD, the Type Directors Club of New York, the Society of Publication Designers, the Art Directors Club of Europe, the International Society of Typographic Designers, Design Week, the Art Directors Club of New York, Graphis and Creative Review’s The Annual. Her work has been widely published, and she has been commissioned to write articles for many respected design journals. An active member of the global design community, Stavro has been invited to chair and judge numerous international design competitions and to speak at conferences around the world. Passionate about design education, she has taught at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and is currently a Visiting Lecturer at the Royal College of Art. She was elected a member of Alliance Graphique Internationale in 2010.
  • Autumn MaisonBrand and Creative Operations Lead, United States
    Autumn Maison
    • Autumn Maison

    • Brand and Creative Operations Lead
    • United States
    • Member since 2018
  • Aziz CamiCreative Consultant, United Kingdom
  • Balvir FriersHead of Design, United Kingdom
  • Barbara HarrisonPrincipal, United Kingdom
  • Barrie HuntCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Barrie TullettSenior Lecturer Graphic Design, United Kingdom
  • Barry CoxDirector, United Kingdom
  • Barry FisherCourse Team Leader, United Kingdom
  • Barry HunterWriter, United Kingdom
  • Beki Reilly, United Kingdom
  • Belinda WhiteCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Belinda White
    • Belinda White

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
    Creative Agency
  • Ben CaseyCo-Founder & Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Ben ChristieCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Ben Christie
    • Ben Christie

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2007
  • Ben DolmanDesign Director, United Kingdom
  • Ben DunningAssociate Senior Lecturer, United Kingdom
  • Ben GoughCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Ben Gough
    • Ben Gough

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2020
    Creative Director / 13 years experience / W+K / Mother / Droga5 / Anomaly / BETC Paris / Leo Burnett / D&AD Pencils / Director / Ian McKellen! / Writer / British Rain Magnate / Celebrity-Lego maker and more / Currently happily ensconced at Atomic London.
  • Ben GrossCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Ben HickingbothamCreative Director, Jersey
  • Ben JoryCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Ben TerrettCEO, United Kingdom
    Ben Terrett
    • Ben Terrett

    • CEO
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2008
    Ben is a designer and CEO at Public Digital which helps governments and large organisations around the world adapt to the internet era. He's a Royal Designer for Industry, the first ever for Service Design. He has won a D&AD Black Pencil, the Design Museum's Design of the Year and been inducted into the Design Week Hall of Fame. He's a Governor of University of the Arts London, a member of the HS2 Design Panel and an advisor to the London Design Festival. Previously Ben was Group Design Director at the Co-op, Director of Design at the Government Digital Service and Design Director at Wieden + Kennedy London. He co-founded Newspaper Club which he exited after a sale in 2015.
  • Ben WhiteFounder / Planning Director, United Kingdom
  • Benjamin DawsonCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Benjamin Dawson
    • Benjamin Dawson

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2017
    Award winning Creative, Director, Producer & World Dad Dancing Champion. Yes it's a thing and no that's not my only award :)
  • Benjamin GreengrassCreative Director, United States
    Benjamin Greengrass
    • Benjamin Greengrass

    • Creative Director
    • United States
    • Member since 2019
  • Benjamin LambertIndustrial Designer/Co-Owner, United Kingdom
    Benjamin Lambert
    • Benjamin Lambert

    • Industrial Designer/Co-Owner
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1999
    Creative partner of the brand design agency, PB Creative.
  • Benjamin PankhurstManaging Director, Switzerland
  • Benjamin Vendramin,
  • Benjamin WoodArt Director, United Kingdom
  • Benji Carlton-MacleodGraphic Designer, United Kingdom
    Benji Carlton-Macleod
    • Benji Carlton-Macleod

    • Graphic Designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
    I am a highly creative, life-loving, music craving, eager designer with 13 years of experience in Design and Print. Currently the lead graphic designer for a large, forward-thinking and growing Accountancy firm. My current focuses being brand awareness, consistency and advocacy within the Firm, as well as designing all major print and digital collateral.
  • Bernd KnotheCreative Director, Germany
  • Bernd KrämerOwner, managing Director, Executive Creative Direc, Germany
  • Bev WhiteheadDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Bex MooreSenior Engagement Consultant, United Kingdom
  • Bo HellbergExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Bo Hellberg
    • Bo Hellberg

    • Executive Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2009
    Regional Creative Director Europe, Dyson Bo is an award-winning creative leader and storyteller with over 20 years experience in advertising, innovation, branding and PR. He helps brands find their narrative and voice and and orchestrate this through content, advertising, experience and performance marketing. He was previously the Executive Creative Director at Edelman, where he led the development of a new creative hybrid model. Earlier in his career he was the Creative Director and board member at DDB in Paris and held the same role at Ogilvy UK. He started his career as a copywriter at Lowe Brindfors in Sweden and also managed a stint at Peter Clemenger/BBDO in Melbourne. He has won and served as a judge for almost every industry award, including the LIA, D&AD, DMA’s, One Show, Clios, Cannes Lions, Lovie Awards. Bo is also a regular industry speaker and has been invited as keynote and panelist at WGSN in London, Cannes Lions in Cannes, Kyoorius in Mumbai, AdStars in Busan, White Square in Minsk, Kinsale in Ireland, Club des DA in Paris, D&AD and many more. He likes to give back and mentors regularly at D&AD, School of Communication Arts, the IPA and is proud to be the President for D&AD New Blood 2020.
  • Bob MyttonPartner & Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Bob YoungDesigner, United Kingdom
    Bob Young
    • Bob Young

    • Designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2006
    Born and raised near Glasgow, Bob studied Graphic Design at Edinburgh College of Art before relocating to London in 2003 to forge a career in design. After working for top creative agencies such as The Partners, he set up Alphabetical with Tommy Taylor in 2010. Since opening its doors, Alphabetical has produced a wide range of award-winning work for clients such as Design Museum, Marks & Spencer and University of the Arts London and is building a reputation as one of the UKs most creatively innovative design agencies.
  • Boris SchwiedrzikCreative Director, Germany
  • Bradley TaylorCreative Director, United States
  • Brandon FigueroaProducer, United States
  • Branwarder Brandcreativo, Spain
  • Brent Hardy-SmithFinal year lead Graphic design and animation, United Kingdom
  • Brett ColliverCreative Director, New Zealand
    Brett Colliver
    • Brett Colliver

    • Creative Director
    • New Zealand
    • Member since 2016
    Brett’s at the point where he’s losing track of how long he’s been in the industry, but over the years he’s worked at DDB New Zealand, Clemenger BBDO Melbourne and Colenso BBDO. Some of his most notable work includes getting revenge on email scammers with a bot named “Re:scam”, turning beer waste into “Brewtroleum”, and turning an entire airport into a “Fight for Territory” during the Lions Tour of New Zealand. Outside of work, Brett spends his free time doing all sorts of things that are interesting to him, but would probably look horribly clichéd in a bio. You can check out some more of his work at
  • Brian MillarStrategy Director, United Kingdom
  • Brian TattersfieldDesigner, United Kingdom
  • brianjensen brianjensenStrategist, United Kingdom
    brianjensen brianjensen
    • brianjensen brianjensen

    • Strategist
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2006
    Strategy director at DesignBridge, previously CSO and global strategist at Ogilvy London.
  • Brigid McMullenFounder and Strategic Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Brooke Farley-RemingtonDirector, United Kingdom
  • Bruce Drinkwater, United Kingdom
  • Bruce DuckworthCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Bruce Duckworth
    • Bruce Duckworth

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1995
    Bruce Duckworth is a designer. He is the Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of Turner Duckworth, the award winning international brand identity design firm he founded with David Turner in 1992 in London and San Francisco, and opened in New York 2016. The company employs around 100 people of which 80 are designers. The studios work collaboratively on most projects and the company has achieved an international reputation for design excellence. Working with some of the most culturally significant brands in the world from Amazon, Coca Cola and Samsung and entrepreneurial brands such as Elemis and the band Metallica. Bruce has won over 500 design awards including D&AD Yellow pencils, the inaugural Cannes Design Lions Grand Prix, the first ever design accepted in the Clio Hall of Fame and a Grammy award amongst others. His work and opinions have been published in many design books and magazines all over the world. The Drum Magazine named Bruce as one of the top twenty most influential and talented UK designers in 2014 and Creativity Magazine named Bruce as one of America's fifty most creative people.
  • Bruno Luglio, United States
  • Bruno MaagChairman, United Kingdom
    Bruno Maag
    • Bruno Maag

    • Chairman
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2010
    I began my career with an apprenticeship as a typesetter at Tages-Anzeiger, Switzerland's largest daily newspaper in Zurich, Switzerland. After some time working in the printing industry I decided to first study Typographic Design followed by Visual Communications at Basel School of Design. I had the great fortune to count Wolfgang Weingart and Andre Gürtler as my tutors, amongst many other talented designers and educators. After graduating I arrived in the UK to work for Monotype learning the craft of type design in their then drawing office under the guidance of David and Patricia Saunders, and Ron Carpenter. After my initial training I was given the task to start and build a Custom Font Department working exclusively with the new technologies available on the early generations of the Apple Mac, in 1989. Eventually, I was given the opportunity to work for Monotype in Chicago where I recut all the fonts for The New Yorker Magazine as they transitioned from traditional to in-house Mac typesetting. In 1991 I returned to the UK and founded Dalton Maag, focussing exclusively on type design and custom font creation. I worked on projects with Shelley Winter, and with David Quay and Freda Sack I designed and produced one of the first UK brand fonts for NatWest. As Dalton Maag grew I created fonts for BMW, MINI, BT and other custom fonts, many that are still in use today. Recent highlights of my work, together with my team at Dalton Maag, are Rio2016, Nokia Pure, HP Simplified, Intel Clear. I was closely involved in the design and production of Bookerly and Amazon Ember, the new reader and UI fonts for Amazon and Kindle. I am currently investigating Type and Emotion from a scientific perspective and with a particular interest in the physiological aspects. During the last two years' of research and investigation I have become knowledgeable how reading in the brain is processed, and how good design practice can assist with accessibility challenges. It is my ambition to soon document and publish my findings and conclusions.
  • Bryan ClarkLevel 2 Co-ordinator Graphic Design, United Kingdom
  • Bryan EdmondsonManaging Director, United Kingdom
  • Caireen Wackett, United Kingdom
  • Calum Ray, United Kingdom
    Calum Ray
    • Calum Ray

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2018
    A soon-to-be graphic design graduate at Kingston University.
  • Cameron CarruthersCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Cara BurtonStudio Manager, United Kingdom
    Cara Burton
    • Cara Burton

    • Studio Manager
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2020
  • Carl HalfordAdvertising Lecturer | Art Director, United Kingdom
  • Carl ShandCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Carly Giles, United Kingdom
    Carly Giles
    • Carly Giles

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2020
    I’m a Graphic Designer with 16 years’ experience in print and digital media. I started my career on national consumer magazines and I now focus on presentations and marketing materials. I’ve worked Heat magazine at Bauer Media, TV magazines at News UK and then in pitch development for ITV Commercial.
  • Carol MacDonaldLibrarian, New Zealand
  • Caroline O'SheaProject Manager, Ireland
  • Carolyn HenryPartner, United Kingdom
  • Caspian RaboneCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Cassius MatthiasEditor in Chief, United Kingdom
    Cassius Matthias
    • Cassius Matthias

    • Editor in Chief
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2018
  • Cat BaileyDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Cat TurnerChief Executive Officer & Co-Founder, United Kingdom
    Cat Turner
    • Cat Turner

    • Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2017
    Cat Turner, co-founded Cult LDN with Bridey in 2012. The CLIO Award winning creative agency has clients across the globe. Cat oversees the day-to-day running of the business as well as advising on creative strategy. She works across key client relationships including Barbour, Davidoff and Rituals. She splits her time outside of agency-life, speaking at industry events, mentoring women in digital, and being a hands-on mum, to Leo.
  • Catherine LivseyFreelance Graphic Designer, United Kingdom
    Catherine Livsey
    • Catherine Livsey

    • Freelance Graphic Designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2018
    I am a freelance graphic design. I market my self as Warmbread. I help create a clear brand identity for projects. I provide a full package of services from initial ideas, consultation and information gathering, through to design and artwork for stationery, leaflets, brochures, invites, posters and exhibition panels, websites including illustration and illustrated maps. We can also provide other services such as copy writing, social media, printing, photography and production of panels and banners through our partners.
  • Catherine Totty, United Kingdom
  • Celine Calandra, United Kingdom
  • Charis KarantzasCreative Director, Greece
  • Charles AllanCreative Director, Singapore
  • charles olafareCopywriter, United Kingdom
  • Charlie MeekCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Charlie RogersJunior Designer, United Kingdom
  • Charlie SmithGraphic Designer, United Kingdom
  • Charlie WilsonChief Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Charlie Wilson
    • Charlie Wilson

    • Chief Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2006
    Charlie Wilson. Chairman and Chief Creative Officer, OgilvyOne London. where crm_id=Charlie’s marketing career started at 6 months old when he appeared on our TV screens advertising Heinz Tomato Soup. After a brief break from the industry to attend school, he found a prolific and long standing creative partnership with Emma de la Fosse. A passionate believer in innovative solutions to client problems, he has become the most awarded Customer Engagement ECD in the world. Highlights include the ‘Bench’ for Cancer Research UK and ‘Seer for IBM. ‘The Gnome Experiment’ for Kern was the most awarded Direct Campaign in the world and in 2014 and ‘The Magic of Flying’ for British Airways was the most awarded Outdoor ad in the world. In 2015, ‘Looking for You’ for Battersea Dogs Home was another industry first recognised at awards shows globally. Charlie has a truly integrated skillset having spent 11 years as an Art Director at advertising agencies such as Bainsfair Sharkey Trott and DFGW before coming to OgilvyOne in 1998 to embrace Direct and Digital. Whatever the channel, he loves just making great work and watching the effect it has on The Customer. Charlie sits on numerous awards panels, from D&AD to Cannes as well as local award shows such as Campaign Big and the DMAs. Outside of the agency, Charlie enjoys spending time with his sons in the dying moments before they descend into monosyllabic teenagers. He is also a keen marksman, going rifle shooting most weekends.
  • Charlotte FaulknerMarketing Agency, United Kingdom
  • Charlotte LordDirector of Graphic Design, United Kingdom
    Charlotte Lord
    • Charlotte Lord

    • Director of Graphic Design
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2015
    Charlotte Lord has led the graphic design team at Publica since 2010 and oversees the visual communication of Publica’s work. Charlotte trained as a graphic designer and typographer at the London College of Communication, graduating with first-class honours in 2007. Prior to joining Publica, Charlotte worked on identity, editorial and exhibition design for clients including the Whitechapel Gallery, the Manchester Museum and the Architectural Association Visiting School. She was recently awarded an RSA fellowship.
  • Chatri na RanongCreative Director, Australia
  • Cherelle Thomas, United Kingdom
  • Chetan AsherFounder, India
  • Chloe FosterGraphic Designer, United Kingdom
  • Chloe LegretGraphic Designer, United Kingdom
  • Chloe Pemberton, United Kingdom
  • chloe templemanDesign Director, United Kingdom
    chloe templeman
    • chloe templeman

    • Design Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
    Originally from Scotland, Chloé studied Graphic Design at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design (University of Dundee) before winning a bursary placement at Brand Union London. She worked here as a Designer for 3 years before joining Design Bridge in 2010. Since then, Chloé has worked her way up to become a Creative Director, and counts Fortnum & Mason, Diageo and Unilever amongst her clients. Chloé’s passion for collaboration with illustrators and other creative experts shines through in her work, and she has won many international awards including D&AD Pencils, Pentawards, New York Festivals, FAB Awards and DBA Design Effectiveness. Chloé is also a mentor on the D&AD New Blood Shift London programme and plays an active role in nurturing young design talent at Design Bridge.
  • Chris ArnoldExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Chris BradleyDesign Partner, United Kingdom
    Chris Bradley
    • Chris Bradley

    • Design Partner
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1995
    Chris is the joint owner, founder and partner of United Studio. Chris founded United Studio in 1998 after leaving Smith & Milton where she became their first Creative Director outside of the two founding partners. She started her career with Roundel Design Group working her way up to be the first appointed Associate Director. At Roundel was an integral part of the design team working on the much lauded and awarded British Rail Railfreight identity. Chris has a wide range of experience working on some of the world's most prestigious and high profile brands. From some of the greatest and oldest institutions such as Coutts and Asprey to to modern FMCG businesses like Nestlé, Unilever and Mondeléz. Chris is an multi-award winning designer and has been a judge on the Design and Art Direction (D&AD) awards panel on three occasions.
  • Chris ButterworthExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Chris DavidCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Chris DugganCreative Director, Design Team, Apple Europe, United Kingdom
  • Chris EdwardsCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Chris Edwards
    • Chris Edwards

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2017
    After Freelancing for 7 years in Qatar, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Manchester, Liverpool, London &… Stoke-on-Trent; I joined WRG Live in 2014 as Senior Creative. Now predominantly based in Manchester, I creatively lead projects for live events, exhibitions, branding and internal engagement. WRG is a creative engagement agency that engages audiences through the creation and delivery of live experiences, strategic communications, video and interactive content. As part of The Creative Engagement Group, WRG seeks to create unforgettable content and experiences. It employs more than 150 staff with offices in Europe and the US the company has over 25 years’ experience working across categories including: Healthcare, Energy, Technology, Luxury, Retail, FMCG and Financial & Professional Services.
  • Chris FelsteadSenior Art Director, United Kingdom
  • Chris FormanConsultant, United Kingdom
  • Chris MitchellIllustrator, United Kingdom
  • Chris MuirCopywriter, United Kingdom
    Chris Muir
    • Chris Muir

    • Copywriter
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2000
    About me I’m an experienced copywriter obsessed with creative thinking and simple, human copy. I write (and think) on behalf of businesses who understand that their customers (and potential customers) are intelligent people. No one speaks like a corporation, so why do corporations speak like that? They shouldn’t. Even internally, companies should speak to their staff like they’re human beings and avoid jargon. And I’m the person who can help make sure your company doesn’t sound like a bad management-speak handbook. (Unless that’s the idea behind your brand, in which case, crack on.) I’m a people person and I genuinely care about the work I do for my clients. I’m enthusiastic, pragmatic, and (time for a rasp on my own trumpet) not bad at what I do. Although creativity is important to me, it’s nothing without being effective. And I’ve won awards for creativity and for effectiveness for clients big and small.
  • Chris RileyFounder and Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Chris SimpsonJunior Designer, United Kingdom
  • Christian Doering, Germany
  • Christian EagerCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Christian Eager
    • Christian Eager

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2016
    Christian spent the first 7 years of his career at Turner Duckworth, working on both branded and own label packaging for global brands. It was this experience that established his love for designing for consumer brands. He then went on to co-found Designers Anonymous where he worked with numerous startups, as well as established brands, strengthening their position in the market using strategically creative design. In addition Designers Anonymous also developed a house range of design-lead products from greeting cards to homewares, sold by a variety of retailers including Harrods, Selfridges, The Design Museum and MoMA. Christian left Designers Anonymous in 2015 to return to Turner Duckworth as a Creative Director. Christian's passion for design isn't confined to office hours, some of these 'side projects' have become commercial successes in their own right. He has a range of homeware available in the Tate gallery shop.
  • Christian EdwardesCourse Leader, United Kingdom
  • Christian EvesCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Christian Eves
    • Christian Eves

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2008
    Christian graduated Preston Polytechnic (now University of Central Lancashire) in '95 and headed to the bright lights of London. He worked at Lippa Pearce, Halpin Grey Vermier (HGV), Dew Gibbons and Blast; working across a wide variety of design disciplines. In 2004, the lights got too bright and he left London for Bath, setting up Steers McGillan Eves, an integrated communications company, specialising in the cultural and heritage sectors.
  • Christian SommerManaging Director / ECD, Switzerland
  • Christian TunstallDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Christina LeaverCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Christina Leaver
    • Christina Leaver

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2017
    A successful, independent creative lead, art director, and designer; focusing on helping brands/clients connect and tell progressive narratives. Specialising in branding across multiple sectors; from building a brand from the ground up, brand repositioning, experiential activations to compelling social content, and online presence. Over a decade of global experience, working with clients who are just as passionate at creating authentic and inspiring work that resonates. I believe in the importance of narratives; it’s the storytelling that engages people and creates bonds.
  • Christoffer Fejerskov BoasCreative, Denmark
  • Christoph EverkeCreative Director, Germany
  • Christoph SteineggerCreative Director, Germany
  • Christopher PattisonDirector, United Kingdom
  • Christopher WilcockCreative Director/Co-Founder, United Kingdom
  • Ciaran O'Hagan, United Kingdom
  • Cinzia CrocianiSVP Creative Director, Singapore
  • Claire Blyth, United Kingdom
  • Claire DawsonArt Director/Partner, United Kingdom
  • Claire LewisGraphic Design Lecturer, United Kingdom
  • Claire ParkerECD, United States
    Claire Parker
    • Claire Parker

    • ECD
    • United States
    • Member since 2011
    Claire Parker is Executive Creative Director at Design Bridge in Amsterdam, and has been a driving force behind the creative growth of the Amsterdam studio, seeing them develop lasting relationship with international brands as well as acquire a wealth of international award. Claire studied at the University of Central Lancashire before her career took her from London around the world, working in Sydney, Hong Kong and Singapore. While Design Director with Saatchi & Saatchi in Asia she was an integral part of making them Agency of the Year. Despite so many years away from the UK she’s still considers herself ‘a northern lass’ at heart – as her accent testifies. Claire has received numerous international awards in recognition of her work throughout her career including Creative Circle, ADCN, Pentawards, New York Festivals and Benchmark. When she’s not working you can find her… cycling around Amsterdam on her ‘omafiets’, or rummaging around flea markets for hidden treasures.
  • claire PayManaging Director, United Kingdom
  • Claire TuthillDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Claire WallaceArt Director, United Kingdom
  • Clare BrookerCreative Lead, United Kingdom
  • Clare HieattSenior Copywriter, United Kingdom
  • Clare LynchGraphic Designer – Branding & Packaging Design Con, Ireland
    Clare Lynch
    • Clare Lynch

    • Graphic Designer – Branding & Packaging Design Con
    • Ireland
    • Member since 2015
    Clare Lynch Creative is a Dublin-based Graphic Design practice specialising in the design and development of unique brand identities, packaging design, visual communication and print design. Clare Lynch Creative will bring a unique point of difference to your brand, combining creative flair and expertise with marketing, advertising and branding awareness. The result is engaging, thought-provoking and effective design with a unique twist, providing an original solution for your brand or product. For design enquiries: Email: or call: +353 (1) 685 4337.
  • Clare McDonaldExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Claudio MejanCEO, Mexico
    Claudio Mejan
    • Claudio Mejan

    • CEO
    • Mexico
    • Member since 2019
    Presidente de la AMAPRO, Director General de GIDEAS y Co-conductor del programa de TV Marcas y Medios por la Universidad de la Comunicación. Especialista en Dirección de Empresas y Planeación Estratégica, con amplia experiencia como director de equipos y trabajos multidisciplinarios, coordinador de grupos y organizador de eventos para marcas globales.
  • Claus KochChief Executive Officer, ADCG Member, Germany
  • Clayton Jones, United States
  • Clive PickeringPartner/Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Clive YaxleyArt Director, United Kingdom
  • Colin BaileyCourse Leader BA Graphic Communication Design, United Kingdom
  • Colin BurnsPrincipal, United Kingdom
  • Colin GiffordCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Colin HumeManaging Director, United Kingdom
  • Colin MitchellHead of Copy, United States
    Colin Mitchell
    • Colin Mitchell

    • Head of Copy
    • United States
    • Member since 2018
    Head of Copy at FCBWest
  • Colin OfflandExecutive Producer, United Kingdom
  • Colin SmithCopywriter, United Kingdom
  • Conrad WittenCopywriter, Germany
  • Constantin CarmesascaSenior Art Director, Germany
  • Coralie Bickford-SmithSenior Cover Designer, United Kingdom
    Coralie Bickford-Smith
    • Coralie Bickford-Smith

    • Senior Cover Designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2014
    Coralie Bickford-Smith is a London based designer, illustrator and author. She graduated from Reading University with a degree in Typography and Graphic communication. Her first book, The Fox and the Star, was named Waterstones Book of the Year 2015 and as one of Time Out's 100 Children's Books of All Time. Her design work has been recognised globally and featured in numerous publications, including The New York Times and the Guardian.
  • Corinna FalusiChief Creative Officer, United States
    Corinna Falusi
    • Corinna Falusi

    • Chief Creative Officer
    • United States
    • Member since 2003
    Corinna was very fortunate to grow up close to the Bavarian Alps, and equally fortunate to move away. Since then, she has lived and worked in Germany, the Netherlands, and the U.S. Her client-list includes fast German cars (BMW), department store retailers (Target), delectable beers (Stella Artois and Heineken) and intergovernmental organizations (UN). Her work on Coca-Cola and Heineken Champions League ran in over 100 countries, in a dozen languages. Her flag for “The Refugee Nation” has been acquired to the permanent collection of the MOMA as well as the prestigious Victoria & Albert Museum and Design Museum in London. Her work has been honored by every major award show, including Best of Show at the One Show and Grand Prix in Cannes. Corinna started her career at Jung von Matt in Hamburg/Germany, followed by a decade at StrawberryFrog in both Amsterdam and New York before spending nearly 5 years at Ogilvy&Mather NY, where she served as CCO. Currently she is CCO and Partner at Mother New York.
  • Costas MillasDesign Director, United Kingdom
  • Courtney ShapiroGroup Head of Brand, United Kingdom
  • CowleyDirector of Marketing, Prime Video, United Kingdom
  • Craig AddyCopywriter, United Kingdom
  • Craig HuttonCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Crispin ReedManaging Director, United Kingdom
  • Cui Su, United Kingdom
  • Cyrill WirzSenior Copywriter, Switzerland
  • Cyrille ErnstAccount Director, United Kingdom
  • Damian FitzgeraldCD, Co-founder, United States
  • Damien Guiol, France
  • Damon CollinsFounder, United Kingdom
  • Damon StapletonChief Creative Officer, New Zealand
    Damon Stapleton
    • Damon Stapleton

    • Chief Creative Officer
    • New Zealand
    • Member since 2013
    Damon is Regional Chief Creative Officer for DDB (New Zealand and Australia). He was formerly Chief Creative Officer of DDB New Zealand where he won 13 Agency of the Year titles, including DDB New Zealand being named agency of the year in Australia, Executive Creative Director of Saatchi & Saatchi Australia and TBWA Hunt Lascaris, which was voted South African agency of the decade in 2010. He has worked on global brands such as BMW, Toyota, Nissan, Heineken, Visa, Cadbury, McDonalds and the FIFA World Cup campaign for Adidas in South Africa. Damon has collected awards at some of the most prestigious international advertising festival shows, receiving 45 D&AD Pencils – including 5 yellow and the first and only Black D&AD Pencil ever won in Africa. He has also judged D&AD three times. He’s won 62 Cannes Lions, including the Grand Prix and eight Gold Lions including a Titanium and Innovation Lion, two Grand Clio, 11 One Show Gold Pencils, and the first ever ADC Black Cube ever awarded. He is most known for his “Trillion Dollar” bill campaign for The Zimbabwean and Penny the Pirate for OPSM which have won over 200 international awards between them. Penny the Pirate was judged to be the most effective campaign in the world by the WARC 100 last year. The Zimbabwean is in the permanent collection of the British Museum. He has been recognised as one of the top 10 Executive Creative Directors in the world by both Creativity Magazine and the Big Won Report on multiple occasions. In 2011, Finance Week awarded him Achiever of Year in South Africa. He’s had a variety of short stories published as well as articles for various magazines and writes a blog called It is stuff he thinks about instead of world domination. Damon also went to sixteen schools as a child and was only expelled twice. He received no reward for this achievement. This still bugs him.
  • Dan ColeCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Dan Cole
    • Dan Cole

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2011
  • Dan DickensonDirector, United Kingdom
  • Dan GregoryCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Dan McCabeGraphic Designer / Lecturer, United Kingdom
  • Dan WeeksDirector, United Kingdom
  • Dan WoodsfordDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Daniel KleinmanDirectir, United Kingdom
  • Daniel Silva, Mexico
  • Daniel SmithManaging Director, United Kingdom
  • Daniel VineSenior Lecturer, United Kingdom
  • Daniel WhiteheadDesign Lead, United Kingdom
  • daniele pulega, United Kingdom
  • Dariusz NowackiDigital Art Director, United Kingdom
    Dariusz Nowacki
    • Dariusz Nowacki

    • Digital Art Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2015
    Dariusz is an enthusiastic, outgoing and experienced designer, with a passion for technology, user experience, typography, and digital challenges. He specializes in design thinking and has a wide range of skills, including user experience and interface design (web, iOS, Android), digital publishing, motion graphic, 3D and front-end development.
  • Darrell WilkinsCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Darren BoltonChief Creative Officer, United Kingdom
  • Darren RichardsonCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Dave BarracloughCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Dave BradyHead of Design, United Kingdom
  • Dave EyreCopywriter, United Kingdom
  • Dave HendersonCreative Partner, United Kingdom
    Dave Henderson
    • Dave Henderson

    • Creative Partner
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2020
    Dave Henderson is Creative Partner at Atomic, one of London's leading indy agencies. Previously CCO and ECD at Mullen Lowe, CD at DDB London, CD at Saatchi and Saatchi.
  • Dave JennerArt Director, United Kingdom
  • Dave JenningsCopywriter, United Kingdom
  • Dave MonkCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Dave MorrisArt Director, United Kingdom
  • Dave PalmerCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Dave PettittProgramme Leader & Senior Lecturer, United Kingdom
  • Dave PriceExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Dave RobertsCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Dave TutinExecutive Creative Director, United States
  • David ArnoldGeschäftsführer, Germany
  • David AzurdiaFounder + Creative Partner, United Kingdom
    David Azurdia
    • David Azurdia

    • Founder + Creative Partner
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2004
    I believe that creative thinking can change the way we all see things. That it can be used as a lens, to bring clarity, form and focus to the world around us. Strong creative should make us take a sideways step and look around a familiar façade. As a Creative Partner at Magpie Studio, I’ve helped to refine and adjust our approach to ensure that our work stops people in their tracks, and always delivers on commercial objectives.
  • David BeardExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • David BeattieCreative Director, United Kingdom
    David Beattie
    • David Beattie

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
    David is an award-winning Creative Director with 14 years experience creating integrated campaigns at some of London's best advertising agencies.
  • David BellContent Lead, United Kingdom
  • David CarrollFounder, United Kingdom
    David Carroll
    • David Carroll

    • Founder
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2005
  • David CavallaroAssistant Professor, United Kingdom
  • David Davenport-FirthManaging Partner, Brain Sciences Centre, United Kingdom
  • David EsplugaFounder and creative director, Spain
  • David Eveleigh-EvansCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • David FudgerDevelopment Manager, United Kingdom
  • David GodfreeCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • David GuerreroCreative Chairman, Philippines
    David Guerrero
    • David Guerrero

    • Creative Chairman
    • Philippines
    • Member since 2002
    David is on a lifelong mission to promote positive change in The Philippines through creativity. Born in London he started his current agency in 1998. Since then the office has been one of the most consistently awarded agencies in the region. The agency’s ‘It’s more fun in the Philippines’ campaign was awarded the WARC Asia Strategy Grand Prix for effectiveness. And the authoritative Gunn Report has ranked the agency as one of the top 50 creative agencies in the world. Campaign Asia has also named David as its 'SE Asia Creative Person of the Year.' His work with Pepsi and Liter of Light led to a global partnership between the two organizations. And a local TV spot produced by his agency for Pantene resulted in a video on gender equality that was featured in most US TV news channels and won endorsements from facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and UN women. Outside work, David is a trustee of Clean Air Asia, a UN-recognized partnership that works to reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. He therefore has a bicycle. And wishes he could ride it more often.
  • David HarrisonCopywriter/Art Director, United Kingdom
  • David HelpsBoard Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • David HobbsArt Director, United Kingdom
    David Hobbs
    • David Hobbs

    • Art Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1997
    An Art Director since 1991. 10 years at Saatchi & Saatchi London. Board Member and Integrated Creative Director. 10 years at MCBD London. Board Member and Head of Art. 6 years at Dave Hobbs Ltd. Creative Director. Currently working at VCCP as a senior Art Director.
  • David Houston, United Kingdom
  • David JenkinsDesigner, United Kingdom
  • David JonesCreative Partner, United Kingdom
  • David JonesCreative Director, United Kingdom
    David Jones
    • David Jones

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2005
  • David LloydCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • David LockManaging Director, United Kingdom
    David Lock
    • David Lock

    • Managing Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1996
    Dialog is a Corporate Positioning consultancy. We have delivered 'Remodeling the Familiar'®solutions for major international corporations and minnow start ups.
  • David Mingay, United Kingdom
  • David NelsonSenior Creative, United Kingdom
  • david osbaldestinSubject Leader For Graphic Communication, United Kingdom
  • David ParkChief Creative Officer, Australia
    David Park
    • David Park

    • Chief Creative Officer
    • Australia
    • Member since 2012
    Beginning his career in London over 14 years ago, David established the multi-disciplinary design studio Maud in 2008. As creative director David leads a team of design thinkers with extensive knowledge across local and international clients including Google, Diageo, Coca-Cola, Toyota, Carlton United Brewers and Tommy Hilfiger to name a few. Extending Maud beyond the traditional nature of a brand design studio, David has partnered with Telstra on the future of retail, participated in the creation of a political party designed to prevent the erosion of Australia's gun laws and led the collaboration with Henry Wilson on furniture and other product design. David supports the belief that the creative pursuit and development of tangible or intangible products is the best preparation for advising clients on their own commercial interests.
  • David PreutzPhotographer, South Africa
  • David PrideauxExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
    David Prideaux
    • David Prideaux

    • Executive Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2000
    Copywriter Bates Dorland Creative Partner Circus Creative Director Rapier ECD Publicis Chemistry Digital mind. Traditional heart.
  • David RichmondCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • David ShearerDirector, Google Cloud Marketing, United States
  • David SimpsonPartner/Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • David StocksExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • David StuartDesigner, United Kingdom
  • David SwannProfessor, United Kingdom
  • David SymondsSenior Lecturer HND, United Kingdom
  • David ThompsonCreative Director, United Kingdom
    David Thompson
    • David Thompson

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2006
    Creative Director Turner Duckworth London
  • David WhiteArt Director, United Kingdom
  • David WoodsPartner, United Kingdom
  • Dawn ButlerSenior Graphic Designer, United Kingdom
  • Dean BarkerDirector, United Kingdom
  • Dean FordCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Debbie MorrisCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Deborah OsborneFreelance Graphic Designer, United Kingdom
    Deborah Osborne
    • Deborah Osborne

    • Freelance Graphic Designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1996
    Before joining Osborne Ross as a partner in 2004, Deborah spent the best part of a decade working at Pentagram in the London office. She continues to work on a mix of both cultural and commercial projects, striving to produce clean, well crafted, thoughtful design solutions. Clients include: National Portrait Gallery, British Museum, Arts Council, Somerset House, Royal Mail, RIBA, John Lewis, Vogue, Vanity Fair, The Royal Collection and The Home Office among others. During her career she has won D&AD Silver and Graphite pencils, and had several inclusions in the annual. She has also received awards from the Art Directors Club of New York, Clio, Graphis, Communication Arts and Drum.
  • Debra ZuckermanCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Debra Zuckerman
    • Debra Zuckerman

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1992
    Having a background as a successful creative director and design consultant for brands like V&A, Conde Nasté and FT, I am well-versed in problem solving, framing a creative brief and understanding user/client needs. This approach is what I bring to all clients, whether professionals in the corporate or creative agencies or start-ups. I help people both on an individual level as well as on an organisational level to find their way.

 Now developing a portfolio career...a mix of Professional Development Coaching & work in creative education. As a Professional Development Coach I work interactively with people & businesses to help them meet new challenges, build leadership skills, change behaviours, develop client or work relationships and generate more innovative thinking & actions. 

 My approach includes NLP Coaching and Design Thinking skills. The Inner Game concepts and Carl Rogers client-centered ideas also influence my work.
  • Default Person, Australia
  • Del ManningExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Del WoodwardGraphic Design Lecturer, United Kingdom
  • Dennis MayChief Creative Officer, Germany
  • Derek DayPartner, United Kingdom
  • Derek StewartDesign Director, Italy
    Derek Stewart
    • Derek Stewart

    • Design Director
    • Italy
    • Member since 2006
  • Derek YatesAdvertising Course Leader, United Kingdom
  • Dexter GinnCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Diane WalkerNone, United Kingdom
  • Dick DunfordExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Dick PowellCo-Founder and Director, United Kingdom
    Dick Powell
    • Dick Powell

    • Co-Founder and Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1996
    Dick Powell, co-founder and director of global design and innovation company Seymourpowell, is the new D&AD Chairman. Powell is a past President of D&AD and recipient of the D&AD President’s Award for his outstanding contribution to creativity. He has appeared on numerous radio and television programmes alongside business partner Richard Seymour, and, along with the D&AD Executive, has sat on the boards of the Design Council and the Design Business Association. Dick was global design advisor to Samsung Electronics and is currently a member of the International Advisory Panel for Design in Singapore. He also holds the role of group creative director at Loewy, Seymourpowell’s parent company.
  • Dick WalterComposer, United Kingdom
  • Diego Cardoso de Oliveira, United Kingdom
    Diego Cardoso de Oliveira
    • Diego Cardoso de Oliveira

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2018
    Diego Oliveira is a Board Creative Director at AMV BBDO in London. Diego started his career in São Paulo at the advertising agency Click where he won a Silver Cannes Lions in 2006 and also collected a gold medal at the Young Creative Competition. After that he moved to Africa São Paulo where he was hired to help build the new digital department. At the end of 2008, he moved to BBH London to work with clients such as Axe, Johnnie Walker, Barclays, Vodafone, and others. In 2010, he won the UK Young Creative Lion competition. Furthermore, he was responsible for creating Axe “Apollo”, the integrated campaign which won 4 Lions and 3 D&AD Pencils. In 2012, he moved to Mother where he worked with clients such as IKEA, Stella Artois, Powerade and others. Most recently he created the IKEA Beds spot, which won a gold Lion in Cannes, 4 D&AD Pencils and was instrumental to award IKEA campaign of the year by campaign magazine. Now at AMV he created “Blood” for Bodyform, which won a Gold Lion in Cannes last year.
  • Difan Wu, United States
  • Dila KanaHead of Program Graphic Design New Media, Indonesia
  • Dima TsapkoCreative Director / Owner, Ukraine
  • Dimitri GuerassimovCEO and CCO, France
    Dimitri Guerassimov
    • Dimitri Guerassimov

    • CEO and CCO
    • France
    • Member since 2019
    Dimitri was born in Moscow but spent most of his life in France. Starting his advertising career in 2001 as Art Director at BBDO Paris, he moved in 2007 to Marcel, where he played a vital part in building the Paris office with his mentor Anne de Maupeou, nurturing a bold free-spirited creative culture, and raising the profile of prestigious local and International brands (Intermarché, Carrefour, Orange, Rayban, Diesel, Fiat and many more) . After helping make Marcel become the most awarded French agency at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity 3 times, Dimitri has embarked in may 2017 upon the new adventure of building Serviceplan France as Partner and co-CCO with his longtime partner Fabien Teichner. In 2018, as a promising start, Serviceplan Paris ranked 10th independent agency worldwide in the Cannes Creativity Report winning, among other national and international awards, the French Advertising Agency of the Year award at the GPAA. Dimitri’s passionate work and creative vision has resulted in innovative and iconic work such as Intermarché “Inglorious Fruits and Vegetables”, Marc Dorcel “#Handsoff” and Carrefour 'Black Supermarket' to name a few. Along the way, Dimitri has collected more than 500 globally recognized creative accolades, including 58 Cannes lions , the only French D&AD Black Pencil, two D&AD Impact Black Pencils, and a OneShow Green Pencil. Before being honored to join the D&AD jury, Dimitri has judged the Cannes Lions Festival, LIA, the French Art Directors Club, the Adprint Festival, Shots Awards and the Strategies Grand Prix.
  • Dinesh SonakDirector, Netherlands
    Dinesh Sonak
    • Dinesh Sonak

    • Director
    • Netherlands
    • Member since 2014
    Dinesh Sonak (Dutch/Indian) is Managing Director of ADCN - the club for creativity in advertising and design in the Netherlands. ADCN is a non-profit organization, founded in 1966 as Art Directors Club Netherlands and based in Amsterdam. ADCN's mission is to educate creative talent & professionals, accelerate creative leadership & culture and stimulate creative ideas with positive impact to business, culture and society. ADCN's programs include talks, workshops, masterclasses, courses as well as the Dutch Creativity Awards and Dutch Creativity Festival. Dinesh is the founder of Banyan Tree, a strategy and innovation shop for ventures and ideas at the intersection of creativity, commerce and culture. He has worked for Heineken, THNK School of Creative Leadership and frog design in Europe, Africa and India. He is a Board member of A'DAM&Co, the club for the creative industry in Amsterdam, the founder of Circular Brands and the co-founder of the Saaf India Foundation. Dinesh graduated in economics from the University of Groningen and was trained in strategy, innovation and arts at IMD, Stanford Business School, Central Saint Martins, London College of Communication, Sotheby's and IDEO U. He has led creativity and design-thinking sessions at What Design Can Do, India Design Forum and Cannes Lions. In his free time, he enjoys tennis, street photography, creative writing, graphic design and the books of PG Wodehouse.
  • Diogo de Souza ValimACD/AD, Brazil
    Diogo de Souza Valim
    • Diogo de Souza Valim

    • ACD/AD
    • Brazil
    • Member since 2018
  • Dodo DobrikDesigner, Slovakia
  • Dom BaileyStrategic Director, United Kingdom
    Dom Bailey
    • Dom Bailey

    • Strategic Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2011
    In short: Multi-award-winning-designer-turned-strategist-and-client before starting my own design company. In the past: After four years at The Partners, then the UK's No 1 brand design consultancy, I co-founded 300million in 2004, going on to join one of the agency's clients - Russian mobile internet company Yota - in a strategic role, with responsibility for the development of the brand. In particular: In a 20 year career, I've worked extensively in the private and public sectors, for clients including: McKinsey & Company, London Business School, Design Council, University College London (UCL) and the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA). In the trophy cabinet: Numerous awards for creativity and design effectiveness, including: Marketing Design Awards, Google Awards, Forbes, New York Festivals and Royal Society of Designers (RSA). In my spare time: 1 small business + 2 young kids + charity trustee = zero spare time. In three words: First things first.
  • Dom RabanMD, United Kingdom
  • Domenic LippaPartner & Designer, United Kingdom
    Domenic Lippa
    • Domenic Lippa

    • Partner & Designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1993
    Domenic Lippa is an internationally recognised designer, known for his work in identity, packaging, retail graphics, typography, signage and print. His clients range from Swarovski, Clarks Shoes and H&M to the University of the Arts, University of Sussex, BT and Virgin. Domenic studied graphic design at the London College of Printing. After founding and running Lippa Pearce for 16 years, he became a partner at Pentagram London in 2006. Since 2007, he has been the Design Director for the London Design Festival, working with its team to develop all aspects of the Festival’s graphic output. In 2015 this led onto the creation of a new brand identity for the London Design Biennale. He has co-edited and designed the international magazine baseline and sat on the executive committee of The Typographic Circle – an organisation dedicated to raising interest and standards in typography. He currently co-edits and designs their magazine, Circular, which was exhibited at the V&A in 2013. Domenic is a member of D&AD, Type Director’s Club, Art Directors Club, Royal Society of Arts, and the Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI). He has sat on the juries of numerous competitions including D&AD and RSA awards.
  • Dominic ButtimoreExecutive Producer, United Kingdom
    Dominic Buttimore
    • Dominic Buttimore

    • Executive Producer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2002
    Dominic is CEO and founder of the th1ng group.
  • Dominic EdmundsDesign and Strategy, Germany
    Dominic Edmunds
    • Dominic Edmunds

    • Design and Strategy
    • Germany
    • Member since 2007
    I'm curious, passionate and irrational. A problem solver, a communicator, a doodler and a champion. I work with clients to understand their services, develop new opportunities and engage users. I look to inspire.
  • Dominic Pearce BarlowFreelance Graphic Designer, United Kingdom
  • Don SmithExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Don WilliamsChief Creative Officer, United Kingdom
  • Doris Du, Macao
  • Dougal WilsonDirector, United Kingdom
    Dougal Wilson
    • Dougal Wilson

    • Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1998
    After studying physics at Durham University, Dougal began his career at The Leith Agency, Edinburgh, as a copywriter. In 2001 he moved to London to begin directing through Blink. Since then he has directed commercials for clients including Orange, Olympus, Becks, Vodaphone, the BBC, Coca-Cola, Amnesty International, Hovis and John Lewis. He received D&AD Yellow Pencils in 2006 for his Orange ‘Dance’ ad, in 2008 for Big Yellow Storage, in 2010 for his Government Fire Safety commercial, and in 2011 for his music video for The Temper Trap. Dougal has won Best Music Video Director at the British CADS twice and The Best Video of the Year at The Rushes Soho Shorts Festival also twice. His video for Bat For Lashes won the Best Video of 2007 at the Antville Music Video Awards and was nominated for an MTV award. His Coldplay video was nominated for an Emmy and his Goldfrapp ‘Happiness’ video for a D&AD Yellow Pencil. His other music videos include The Streets, Will Young, Basement Jaxx, Dizee Rascal, Benny Benassi and Jarvis Cocker. His recent work includes a film for the 10:10 Climate Change campaign and the John Lewis ‘Long Wait’ Christmas commercial.
  • Duncan ParkesCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Dylan BoggChief Creative Officer, United Kingdom
  • Eduardo InderbitzinCreative Director, United States
  • Edward FrancisFounder & Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Elisabeth FarmerOffice Manager, United Kingdom
  • Elizabeth DonovanMarketing Director, United States
  • Elke Thompsongraphic designer, United Kingdom
  • Emad TahtouhCo-Founder & Managing Director, Australia
    Emad Tahtouh
    • Emad Tahtouh

    • Co-Founder & Managing Director
    • Australia
    • Member since 2019
    Emad Tahtouh is the Co-Founder of Nakatomi and former Director of Technology at FINCH. Emad provides technology solutions to many different problems and works to execute Nakatomi’s ethos of ‘Constant Evolution.’ Emad has crafted a culture that nurtures growth while valuing creativity and innovation. He and his team are relentless perfectionists who strive to create socially conscious and humanising technology that can be of valuable service to our community. After working as a consultant in Network Engineering, and spending seven years as a professional poker player, Emad transferred his skills in tech and reading human behaviour over to FINCH in 2011. As Director of Technology at FINCH, Emad brought to life the D&AD Black Pencil award winning humanitarian campaign, The Most Powerful Arm, and the globally patented campaign, 37 Degrees. His outstanding work for FINCH’s technology department saw it expand into the innovation and adventure-driven company, Nakatomi. As Co-Founder of Nakatomi, Emad continues to drive innovation in applied and interactive tech; developing experiences, products and services that exist at the cutting edge of technology. In 2018, Emad partnered with BWM Dentsu Sydney to create Project Rejoice, a campaign for ALS (motor neurone disease) that won a D&AD Black Pencil, Gold Lion at the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity before garnering a Grand Prix for Good. Emad has also led his team to deliver a robot orchestra to play alongside recording artist Flume, created an immersive VR recruitment experience for the Australian Defence Force and collaborated with renowned Indigenous artist Dr Christian Thompson AO to craft an intensive and contemplative VR experience that celebrates Aboriginal culture. In addition to his globally recognised achievements, Emad has judged and served as Jury President at Cannes, LIA, Spikes and AWARD, and has presented at Cannes, Spikes, SXSW, LIA, Semi Permanent, CommsCon and SAWA. Emad has consistently created game changing technology with the firm belief that anything that Nakatomi puts out must be better than anything that has come before it.
  • Emil AsmussenCreative Director, Denmark
    Emil Asmussen
    • Emil Asmussen

    • Creative Director
    • Denmark
    • Member since 2017
    I’m a Creative Director and writer working in advertising and entertainment. My work has been featured places like CNN, BBC, Fox News, World Economic Forum, The Guardian, Wired & Fast Company. It's also been awarded fancy things from places like Cannes Lions, D&AD, Webby, Lovie, & New York Festivals. But what I’m most proud of is the fact that Q, The Genderless Voice, was featured in the UN report “I’d blush if I’d could.”
  • Emma BootyHead of Design, United Kingdom
    Emma Booty
    • Emma Booty

    • Head of Design
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2005
    As a creative director, designer and brand consultant, I have twenty years’ experience
 in agencies, design collaborations and senior client-side teams. I am a creative thinker, strategic communicator, art director, hands-dirty designer, futurist and collaborator. I would characterise my approach as fresh and courageous, persuasive thinking and leading inspired, energised teams. I promote a calm and happy environment giving teams the space to make their mark and strive towards the best work of their lives. I have an exceptional eye for detail plus I’m more than happy to get stuck into the hands-on fray myself, from concepts to execution and delivery. Right now, there’s a fire in my belly to use all of my experience and every wit to forge business, culture, ideas and brand to shine light to our futures. The creative process is terrifying, but I love it. With broad design skills, a fluency across integrated campaigns, digital and physical product and flex to work on every scale of brand experience, my practice has covered a broad range of sectors, from high-end luxury to high street retail, professional services to music festivals, tech, airlines, academia, charities and, most recently, redefining healthcare.
  • Emma de la FosseChief Creative Officer, United Kingdom
  • Emma Dodsonsenior lecturer, United Kingdom
  • Emma FollettCreative Team Head, United Kingdom
  • Emma HutchisonCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Emma MarshmanAcademic Manager Advertising,Graphics,Illustration, United Kingdom
  • Emma Scott-RobinsonCopywriter, United Kingdom
  • Emma WilkieChief Client Officer, United Kingdom
  • Eric ChanFounder & Design Director, Hong Kong
  • Erik HerrstromSr. Art Director, United States
    Erik Herrstrom
    • Erik Herrstrom

    • Sr. Art Director
    • United States
    • Member since 2019
  • Erika Rennel BjorkmanGraphic Designer, Sweden
  • Esther Durangroup design director, France
  • Evelina Ulickaite, United Kingdom
    Evelina Ulickaite
    • Evelina Ulickaite

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2018
    2020 BA Graphic Communications Graduate Enthusiastic, creatively driven, and innovative graduate graphic designer with an unquenchable thirst to learn and develop obtained skills continuously. Experienced in editorial, branding, print, digital, and experiential graphic design.
  • Fabian FreseCreative, Germany
  • Fabio FragiacomoCourse Leader BA (Hons) Creative Advertising, United Kingdom
    Fabio Fragiacomo
    • Fabio Fragiacomo

    • Course Leader BA (Hons) Creative Advertising
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2013
    Fabio joined Leeds College of Art in 2013 as Programme Leader of Creative Advertising, having previously taught full time at the University of Leeds for almost a decade. During his previous employment Fabio taught students on Master and BA Hons courses in both Advertising and Graphic Design. Before entering education, Fabio has had many years experience working in the creative industry and his work has spanned many areas of design, although predominately centred on branding design, implementation and brand promotion. For his Master, Fabio specialised in Graphic Design and his work included explorations in areas of organisational and place branding as part of this Postgraduate research. His current role involves the management and leadership of the Creative Advertising department where he is responsible for the direction, monitoring, planning and development of the curriculum with an emphasis on leading a vibrantly rich environment for staff and students in which passion and curiosity drives all aspects of creativity. In relation to pedagogic accomplishments, Fabio taught students at international level, whilst invited at China’s prestigious Tsinghua University. In 2008 and 2009 he was asked as a Visiting Professor to developed a series of lectures and collaboration projects with 3rd Year undergraduate Graphic Design and Foundation students, as part of their assessed coursework. Fabio research interests are linked to the exploration of storytelling in relation to new media within Creative Advertising and the many unexploited dimensions. Prior research interests included the study of the creative aspects of memory and digital technologies in a co-created project “Objects of Storytelling and Digital Memory” which was presented at the 4th Global Conference: Digital Memory in Prague.
  • Fadi YaishChief Creative Officer, United Arab Emirates
    Fadi Yaish
    • Fadi Yaish

    • Chief Creative Officer
    • United Arab Emirates
    • Member since 2019
    Described by Dubai’s Media Week as “the dark horse” in MENA, Fadi has been credited with making his agencies and the region famous. He was the first creative director from his region to be ranked in the world’s top 10 in 2008, finding himself the #3 ECD worldwide in 2015, #4 in 2016 and #2 in 2017. Today he is considered amongst the top 10 advertising creatives in the world. Fadi was introduced to the world of design, digital and advertising two decades ago. Since then he has has worked for both small independent agencies as well as large global networks in Amman, Riyadh, Dubai, London, Doha, Manama, NYC and Toronto. He joined Impact BBDO in 2013, which heralded in a new era of excellence for the agency. Under his creative direction and leadership, Impact BBDO Dubai transformed into one of the best agencies in the world. Within his first year, Fadi led the agency to the #6 worldwide spot and #1 Agency & Network in MENA for the first time ever. In 2016, Impact BBDO Dubai also won the coveted ‘Dubai Lynx Agency Of The Year’ title for the first time and repeated the feat once again in 2017. Regionally it also won Agency Of The Year at Cristal, Loeries and MENA Digital. On the global stage, the agency was also named the ‘Most Awarded Agency in MENA’ at Cannes Lions, One Show, D&AD and LIA - propelling Impact BBDO to the #8 spot worldwide. With a career that has seen many firsts for both his clients as well as his agencies, Fadi continues to raise the bar for innovation and creativity. As a result, he has become one of the world’s most awarded creative advertising leaders. His work has been recognized with over 700 industry honors at award shows across the world such as D&AD, One Show, Cannes Lions, Clio, LIA, NYF, Dubai Lynx, Loeries, Cristal, Cresta, PIAF and AdFest. He has chaired D&AD, PAIF, Cresta, AdFest and judged other prestigious shows such as One Show, Cannes Lions, LIA, Clio, NYF, Spikes and Loeries. After two decades of creating groundbreaking work for his clients, Fadi set out to break some new ground of his own. In 2018, he established ‿ and us, a creative marketing agency that heralds in a new era where creative collaboration – with both clients and partners- is the key to solving business problems. In a world where clutter-breaking ideas matter more than ever, ‿ and us is paving the way for a new way of thinking that reinvents how agencies do business in the region. Not just redefining the creative status quo, but truly offering clients today what they really need to reach their objectives.
  • Fatima AnsariCopywriter/Sr. Creative, Pakistan
    Fatima Ansari
    • Fatima Ansari

    • Copywriter/Sr. Creative
    • Pakistan
    • Member since 2019
    Named D&AD Next Creative and 1 of 10 Next Creative Leaders by The One Club of Creativity and 3% Conference, Fatima Ansari is a rising superstar working towards reshaping the creative world for the better and is also the youngest, most awarded creative in Pakistan. Fatima is a Sr. Creative/Copywriter at BBDO Pakistan working on an expansive portfolio of brands including PepsiCo Snacks. Her campaigns with UN Women and Babar Ali Foundation have won over 60 international advertising awards! Also ranked as one of the 100 Superwomen by the Pitch Fanzine, featured as One Under 30 young creatives in Branding in Asia, and nominated as the Badass Gal by the Young Creative Council, she has served on the jury panel of PHNX by AD Forum, Muse Creative Awards, Mobius Awards, and AD STARS for YoungStars competition.
  • Federico GaggioECD / Strategy + Creative, United Kingdom
    Federico Gaggio
    • Federico Gaggio

    • ECD / Strategy + Creative
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2012
    Federico Gaggio is a widely awarded creative leader with strong track record of building global media brands. With a background in philosophy, graphic design and film-making, Federico worked with creative agencies in Europe and the US (Englih+Pockett, Razorfish…). In 2007 he joined Discovery Communications as VP Brand and ECD, responsible for 24 channel brands and multiple marketing teams across Europe. He created and led for 9 years the award-winning in-house agency Discovery Creative London. Now an independent consultant, he works with leaders to better define core purpose, ensuring it is translated effectively through all areas of the organisation’s activity: brand and content, products and services, marketing, customer experience, talent, culture and structure. Forging multi-disciplinary collaborations, he helps build successful brands through strategy, creative leadership, storytelling and design — articulating the brand vision, aligning the organisation around it, and overseeing world-class executions that grow audience, brand equity and revenue. Recent clients include the BBC, SKY, Eurosport and Discovery. He is currently working with Pentagram, leading brand transformation for a public media company in the middle east, and he is helping envision and launch an innovative global media startup. Awarded multiple industry recognitions (Cannes Lions, D&AD, Broadcast Awards, Promax and more). He was named one of the top 50 Creative Leaders in the UK by Creative Review in 2016, and is an alumnus at the Berlin School of Creative Leadership.
  • Felix SngCreative Partner, Singapore
    Felix Sng
    • Felix Sng

    • Creative Partner
    • Singapore
    • Member since 2016
    Felix Sng is the founding partner of SWELL, an independent design studio based in Singapore.
  • Fengkun Bai, China
  • Fernanda BurgelAssociate Creative Director, United States
  • Fidel PeñaCreative Director, Canada
  • Fiona CurranCreative Partner, United Kingdom
    Fiona Curran
    • Fiona Curran

    • Creative Partner
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2000
    Fiona Curran has worked in design for 23 years. She is now Creative Partner of Distil Studio, a clear-thinking agency on a mission to filter out unnecessary fluff from branding, packaging and visual communication. She likes to keep things diverse. From Mercedes F1 to Smoked Salmon brands, handmade chocolate packaging to film memorabilia identities, ideas run through everything Fiona creates. A former Design Director of Williams Murray Hamm, her creative challenges have been incredibly varied. She has designed everything from Royal Mail stamps, limited edition bottles for Absolut, ‘Recipease’ for Jamie Oliver, sound-activated beer fonts for Heineken and peephole packaging for Coco de Mer. Fiona has won many design awards including D&AD, New York Festivals, Clio and Cannes Lions. She is currently proud owner of both a yellow and graphite pencil from D&AD’s 2016 packaging category.
  • Frances JacksonPartner, United Kingdom
  • Frances SorrellDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Francine GaleaLecturer, United Kingdom
  • Francisco RojasCreative Director, Chile
    Francisco Rojas
    • Francisco Rojas

    • Creative Director
    • Chile
    • Member since 2020
    Francisco “Pancho' Rojas was born and raised in Chile. Award-winning creative with over 17 years of experience working for networks such as Ogilvy, Grey, and McCann Worldgroup. Charming, mysterious, and passionate. These are personality traits that define who he is and reflect into his work as Creative Director and Art Director. He loves the whole process that goes into fabricating a concept to finished craft with a thoughtful eye and mind for everything. So far, my work has been recognized by several international advertising awards like Cannes Lions, D&AD, LIA, Clio's, One Show, New York Festival, Effie Awards, Ad’s Stars El Sol, and El Ojo de Iberoamérica.
  • Frank ChavanonGraphic designer, Germany
    Frank Chavanon
    • Frank Chavanon

    • Graphic designer
    • Germany
    • Member since 2020
    Graphic designer, painter and art educator in design. Some references: Bang & Olufsen, BMW, Escada, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Lufthansa, Munich Airport, Siemens and Vitra. And also member of the Type Directors Club of New York.
  • Frank WaltersECD, United Kingdom
  • Franki GoodwinCreative Consultant, United Kingdom
    Franki Goodwin
    • Franki Goodwin

    • Creative Consultant
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2005
    Franki Goodwin is a Creative Director at Saatchi & Saatchi London and Executive Producer at Western Edge Pictures – her Feature Film Production Company.  After graduating from Glasgow School of Art, she started Franki&Jonny – a design and digital agency for entertainment brands. For ten years, they developed integrated, award-winning movie campaigns. Franki was recently credited by the FWA as a ‘Digital Pioneer’ for her work in this period. In 2011, she started to develop her own films and the marketing strategies around them. Credits include “Prevenge”, which opened Venice Critics Week 2016 and 'Pistorius' the Amazon Original Series which launched globally in 2018. She joined Saatchi in 2013, bringing her unique digital expertise and storytelling skills to an integrated advertising role, as creative lead on multiple clients including HomeAway, Direct Line, Deutsche Telekom and Betway. Franki has won over 100 international creative awards including a BAFTA, a few Gold Cannes Lions, Clios and D&ADs. She has also been honoured to be a judge for the Cannes Lions, the Royal Television Society, The Creative Circle and has appeared on panels about everything from Movie Posters to Virtual Reality.
  • Gabby Leonsenior creative, United Kingdom
  • Gabriel Corbett, United Kingdom
    Gabriel Corbett
    • Gabriel Corbett

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2020
  • Gabriella CorbettMidweight Designer, United Kingdom
  • Gareth AbbitHead of Design, United Kingdom
  • Gareth Evan WildSenior Designer, United Kingdom
    Gareth Evan Wild
    • Gareth Evan Wild

    • Senior Designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2017
    Freelance graphic designer working working with arts, media, sport, fashion, energy, transport & tech clients. I started my studio Apropos- in 2000 and have since worked on campaigns with sports and lifestyle brands including Reebok, Helly Hansen, Musto, Salomon, Clarks and Tommy Hilfiger. I created an advertising campaign with Channel 4 to promote the launch of Will & Grace and a series of US comedies (Ally McBeal and Friends). I have designed a series of book jackets on British playwrights for Faber & Faber. We also worked with LOVEFiLM (now Amazon Video) to simplify their web design. Also information graphics for Vodafone, Emirates Airlines, British Airways and Heathrow Airport. My current clients include Frontier Economics, a leading consultancy who advise companies, charities, government, regulators and other public bodies. We recently completed a re-brand for Energy Systems Catapult, the organisation charged with re-structuring and de-carbonising the UK energy system. I also work with arts organisations including the Contemporary Art Society, Britten Sinfonia and the Academy of Ancient Music. On graduating from the Royal College of Art in 1997 I became a senior designer at Neville Brody's Research Studios. Projects included creating a variety of brand, advertising and product graphics for Salomon. Packaging illustrations for Macromedia. Web design for 4thEstate Publishing, Yedioth Ahronoth (Israeli news portal) and the launch of Guardian Unlimited website. I also attended the FUSE98 conference in San Francisco. I occasionally take part in hack events, lecture at colleges and speak at design conferences.
  • Gareth ProcterCreative Director, Australia
    Gareth Procter
    • Gareth Procter

    • Creative Director
    • Australia
    • Member since 2012
  • Garrick HammCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Garry BlackburnCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Garry OwensPhotographer, Australia
  • Garth WalkerGraphic Designer, South Africa
    Garth Walker
    • Garth Walker

    • Graphic Designer
    • South Africa
    • Member since 1998
    GARTH WALKER Mister Walker: Durban South Africa Garth founded two of South Africa’s best-known graphic design studios working in the corporate sector for many of SA’s best known brands. Much of his personal work asks the question “what makes me African – and what does that look like?” Since 1995 he has published the experimental graphics magazine ijusi. The non-commercial magazine provides a platform for creatives globally to explore their own personal views on the African experience. He is represented in numerous museum collections and is a member of Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI)
  • Gary DawsonExecutive Creative Director, Australia
  • Gary EmburySnr Lecturer: Illustration, United Kingdom
  • Gary FawcettECD, United Kingdom
    Gary Fawcett
    • Gary Fawcett

    • ECD
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2016
    Gary started in the creative industry 25 years ago. Inspired by the famous ads of the eighties as a child, he always wanted to create work that his Mum would see on TV. Since then his career has seen him produce campaigns for brands such as British Airways, Pizza Hut, EA Games and Harvey Nichols. His work has been recognised in D&AD, Cannes, The One Show, New York Festivals, Epica and London International Awards. He moved to TBWA\Manchester in 2010 where he is currently Executive Creative Director.
  • Gary NealeHead of Design, United Kingdom
  • Gavin DanielsDesign Director, United Kingdom
  • Gavin HurrellDesign Director, United Kingdom
  • Gavin Rainey, United Kingdom
  • Geeta KathuriaGraphic Designer, United Kingdom
  • Gene Cooke, United Kingdom
    Gene Cooke
    • Gene Cooke

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2001
  • Genevieve HoeyManaging Partner, ECD, United States
  • Geoff HalpinCreative Director, France
  • George HardieDesigner/Illustrator, United Kingdom
  • Georgia FendleyFounder, United Kingdom
    Georgia Fendley
    • Georgia Fendley

    • Founder
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2003
    Founder and Creative Director of Construct, Co-Founder of Hill & Friends and NED of The Cambridge Satchel Company. With a reputation for disruptive communications, wit, warmth and breathtaking attention to detail, Georgia has created some of the worlds most desirable brand identities. Renowned for her creation of brands and communications for Aman, Boodles, Claridge’s, The Connaught, Harrods, Net-a-Porter and Selfridge’s. Respected for her role in the cultural, creative and commercial transformation of Mulberry as Brand Director 2008-2012. Georgia has written the brand matters column for Luxury Briefing for the last eight years, in short, if there’s a luxury brand or product you’re dreaming about, chances are this Creative Director has had something to do with it!
  • Georgia Phillips, United Kingdom
  • Georgie PatchingProducer, United Kingdom
  • Gerard EdmondsonCreative Partner, United Kingdom
  • Gerard O'DwyerCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Germain RobinProducer, France
    Germain Robin
    • Germain Robin

    • Producer
    • France
    • Member since 2020
  • Gerry HumanExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Gerry Human
    • Gerry Human

    • Executive Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2000
    Gerry Human, Chief Creative Officer, Ogilvy & Mather London For over 20 years Gerry has helped create successful campaigns for iconic brands like Audi, Coca Cola, Dove, Expedia, Harley Davidson, Kronenbourg, SABMiller and Virgin Atlantic. Hailing from South Africa, Gerry worked at TBWA Hunt Lascaris and Net#workBBDO before starting his own agency, HarrisonHuman, which was acquired by Ogilvy/WPP in 2003. He joined O&M London in January 2009. He has 5 D&AD nominations and 28 in-book, as well as 78 Cannes Lions, including Gold in film, cyber, outdoor and radio. O&M London’s campaign for Expedia was named “Most awarded print campaign in the world” by the 2013 Gunn report. Gerry enjoys a chuckle and a cold beer, usually at the same time.
  • Gerry MoiraChairman/Director of Creativity, United Kingdom
  • Gert Dumbar, Netherlands
  • Gill DaviesDesign Director, United Kingdom
  • Gill SampsonCourse Leader, United Kingdom
  • Gillian WilsonVP Marketing, United Kingdom
  • Giulio Ruggieri, United Kingdom
    Giulio Ruggieri
    • Giulio Ruggieri

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2001
    Director of Digital at Interstate
  • Glen RobinsonSenior Lecturer in Graphic Design, United Kingdom
  • Glenn HarrisonCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Glyn BrewertonCourse Leader BA (Hons) Illustration, United Kingdom
  • Gordon Hawes, United Kingdom
  • Graeme CookCopywriter, United Kingdom
  • Graeme DouglasFounding Partner & CSO, United Kingdom
    Graeme Douglas
    • Graeme Douglas

    • Founding Partner & CSO
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2015
    Founding Partner & CSO at Bountiful Cow. We’re the UK’s fastest growing and most creatively-driven Communication Agency. Trying to give media agencies a good name again through transparency, independence, and brilliant ideas. We offer what the networks can’t: neutrality. Formerly: CD W+K LDN, Head of Digital W+K LDN, ECD TBWA\LONDON & Group CSO Havas.
  • Graham Brooks, United Kingdom
  • Graham FinkChief Creative Officer, United Kingdom
  • Graham ScottDesign Director, United Kingdom
  • Graham ShearsbyFounder, United Kingdom
    Graham Shearsby
    • Graham Shearsby

    • Founder
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2001
    As one of the Founders, Graham has been responsible for driving the creative growth and reputation of Design Bridge. Born in East London, Graham entered the creative world in 1979 – unusually, straight from school. He joined the John Blackburn Partnership as a studio junior and won a D&AD Yellow Pencil for Typography for Cockburn’s Ports in 1985. Joining Allied International Designers in 1986, Graham met his future partners in what would become the fledgling Design Bridge. The agency has since grown from a handful of people to nearly 400, spanning 5 international award-winning Studios in London, Amsterdam, Singapore, New York and Shanghai. Along with being a Design Trustee of D&AD, Graham is regularly invited to judge international creative awards and to speak at industry events where he shares his wealth of knowledge and experience, his love of pop culture, and genuine passion for championing creative diversity and raw talent to inspire the next generation of creatives.
  • Graham TaylorCreative Director, United States
  • Graham WebbGraphic Designer, United Kingdom
  • Graham WoodallGlobal Creative Director, United States
  • Greet JansCreative Director, Experience Design, United Kingdom
    Greet Jans
    • Greet Jans

    • Creative Director, Experience Design
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
  • Greg DurkinCreative Director, United States
  • Greg Fee, United Kingdom
  • Greg HortonCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Greg MartinFreelance Creative Advertising Director, United Kingdom
  • Greg QuintonExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Greg Quinton
    • Greg Quinton

    • Executive Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2020
    Greg Quinton is Executive Creative Director at The Partners. A recipient of a Black and four yellow pencils. He has chaired and judged both professional and student awards numerous times over his career. He is currently a D&AD Trustee and management team member. The Partners have been around since 1983 and right now they are one of the most successful creative companies in the UK - ranked No. 1 in just about every design rankings going. Also Pinterest- gregquinton
  • Gregg FinlayDesign Director, United Kingdom
  • Gregory WakefieldCreative Designer, United Kingdom
  • Grigory SorokinCreative Director, Russian Federation
  • Guillaume RoukhomovskyCreative, Netherlands
  • Guthrie WatsonHead of Design, United Kingdom
    Guthrie Watson
    • Guthrie Watson

    • Head of Design
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2016
    A multidisciplinary creative lead, digital graphic designer, team leader and digital art director.
  • Guy Bradbury, United Kingdom
  • Guy WingateCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Gyles LingwoodDirector of Education, College of Arts, United Kingdom
    Gyles Lingwood
    • Gyles Lingwood

    • Director of Education, College of Arts
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2007
    Gyles Lingwood is Director of Education (College of Arts) at the University of Lincoln. He created, and still teaches on, the Creative Advertising degree programme. After graduating from Birmingham Institute of Art & Design he worked in central London for a variety of advertising and design companies. Gyles’ work has been featured in the national design press and has won a number of awards including D&AD, British Interactive Media Association and the US Creativity Awards. His students have been winning national/international advertising and design competitions since 2007. Gyles is a Senior Fellow of the HEA and regularly undertakes advisory roles in the area of design higher education as well as speaking at business events on the subjects of creativity, idea generation and copywriting. His book ‘Read Me - 10 Lessons for Writing Great Copy’ (co-authored with Roger Horberry) was published by Laurence King in September 2014.
  • Hamish AllisonCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Hamish Allison
    • Hamish Allison

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2015
  • Hannah BartonCourse Administrator, United Kingdom
  • Hannah CunninghamCreative, United Kingdom
    Hannah Cunningham
    • Hannah Cunningham

    • Creative
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
  • Hannah Falconer, United Kingdom
  • hannah hallidaysenior lecturer, United Kingdom
  • Hannah KellyThe Curious Saboteur, United Kingdom
    Hannah Kelly
    • Hannah Kelly

    • The Curious Saboteur
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
    I am a London-based, Irish-born Graphic Communication designer. I work at Saboteur as the Curious one. Curious is a word with many meanings all of them which I try to live up to. I can’t resist climbing vertical surfaces – cliffs, walls, boulders, mountains. I also founded Fail Better – a monthly series of talks where creative luminaries share their failures. I get around London - fast - by bike!
  • Haraldur 'Halli' ThorleifssonCEO, United States
    Haraldur 'Halli' Thorleifsson
    • Haraldur 'Halli' Thorleifsson

    • CEO
    • United States
    • Member since 2019
  • Harriet DevoyCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Harriet Devoy
    • Harriet Devoy

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1999
    Creative Director of Design, Marketing Communications, Apple EMEIA Harriet has spent over a decade at the creative helm of the European Marketing Communications Group at Apple, a team that delivers work across multiple markets in Europe. As well as leading the in-house creative team, she's an active member of the Women at Apple Group and a mentor to many people across the wider European organisation with an emphasis on encouraging women to rise into leadership roles. She’s long been a supporter of D&AD and will spend this year as their President having served on their management committee as a trustee for several years. She’s a huge fan of D&ADs Shift Programme - which focuses on giving opportunities to non-graduate creatives - and Apple have seen several Shift graduates come to them for creative internships.
  • Hayley Parker, United States
  • Heather BrodieCreative Director, United States
  • Heather WrightExecutive Producer/Head of Partner Content, United Kingdom
    Heather Wright
    • Heather Wright

    • Executive Producer/Head of Partner Content
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2001
    Heather is a BAFTA winning Executive Producer and Animation Consultant. 'Creativity whether artistic, technical or emotional is the way to finding a brighter future for us all. The greatest power lies at the cross section of all three.' After 20 years, she recently left Aardman Animations to set up her own consultancy to allow her to focus on the part of her work, which she always found the most fulfilling and successful. Collaboration, connection and partnership are the way we all move forward in these uncertain times. Heather spends her time supporting individuals and companies to do exactly this.
  • Heidi LightfootCreative Director, Founder, United Kingdom
    Heidi Lightfoot
    • Heidi Lightfoot

    • Creative Director, Founder
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2000
    I’ve been a part of the London design industry for 20+ years. In 2003 I founded Together Design, with my friend and fellow creative director, Katja Thielen. We work on brand programmes and packaging for arts, education and retail clients. We have a strong focus on collaboration and craft. Recent projects include licensing style guides for Roald Dahl, a new visual identity for global education company, Pearson, and packaging for a number of beauty brands. Alongside design work for our clients we create products for our online gift store
  • Heiko FreylandFull-time creative, Germany
    Heiko Freyland
    • Heiko Freyland

    • Full-time creative
    • Germany
    • Member since 2015
    With a Master’s degree in Communication Studies, Intercultural Communication and Advertising Psychology, Heiko’s first job after he left university was at AlmapBBDO in São Paulo, Brazil. His passion and curiosity also enabled him to work as a Copywriter and Creative Director in England, Spain, Portugal and Germany for agencies such as Springer & Jacoby, Ogilvy & Mather and DDB. He created campaigns for clients including Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, Audi, edding and Pepsi. With over 350 national and international awards (One Show, D&AD, Cannes, CLIO, LIA, Eurobest, and many others) Heiko is the world’s seventh best copywriter (The Big Won) and is a member of D&AD and ADC Germany, whose jury he belonged to several times. Heiko loves travelling, art and Mannemer Dreck. He lives in Hamburg with his wife Melanie and their daughters Clara and Luisa.
  • Henry Medina, Bolivia
  • Hilary JoinerCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Holly MackenzieBroadcast Designer, United Kingdom
  • Holly Nicholas, United Kingdom
  • Hua WangPricipal Designer, United States
  • Hugh ToddCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Hugh Todd
    • Hugh Todd

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1999
    Hugh has worked in the industry for nearly 30 years at some of the industry’s most famous agencies. During spells at BBH, Saatchi & Saatchi, JWT and Leo Burnett he has created high profile award winning campaigns for a range of clients. However his proudest moments currently reside on the sofa staring at their phones. Martha (15) and Dorothy (13). The highlights: Harley Davidson. A completely irresponsible thing to do Vote Gail. FHM magazine Orgasms. Coco de Mer. ‘Hello David’ Toyota. Golden skins. Golden wonder. Army ‘Boots’ TA LIVE! BITC ‘Skip ad’ ‘We are the NHS’
  • Iain AitchisonConsultant, United Kingdom
    Iain Aitchison
    • Iain Aitchison

    • Consultant
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2013
  • Iain HarrisonHead of Copy, United Kingdom
  • Iain KennedyCMO, United Kingdom
  • Iain MorrisonLecturer, United Kingdom
  • Ian CaulderCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Ian FletcherCreative director, United Kingdom
  • Ian GambierCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Ian Gambier
    • Ian Gambier

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2020
    Creative Director with a decade of experience working at companies like Magic Leap, R/GA, MediaMonks, McCann Worldgroup, Sunshine and Engine.
  • Ian HardingCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Ian HendersonCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Ian McAteerManaging Director, United Kingdom
  • Ian McLeanDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Ian MitchellGraphic Designer, United Kingdom
  • Ian RitchieChief Creative Officer, United Kingdom
  • Ian SweeneyCopywriter, United Kingdom
  • Ian ThomasLibrarian, Australia
  • Ian ThompsonCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Ignacio MartinezCreative Director, United States
  • Ignacion Martinez De SalazarACADEMIC DIRECTOR, Spain
    Ignacion Martinez De Salazar
    • Ignacion Martinez De Salazar

    • Spain
    • Member since 2020
  • Innocent SibandaFreelance Graphic Designer, United Kingdom
    Innocent Sibanda
    • Innocent Sibanda

    • Freelance Graphic Designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2020
    Graphic designer that enjoys weaving typography, colour, space and texture together to help users enjoy products.
  • Ipshita Ipshita, New Zealand
  • Istvan BracsokChief Creative Officer, Hungary
    Istvan Bracsok
    • Istvan Bracsok

    • Chief Creative Officer
    • Hungary
    • Member since 2015
    Istvan, 47, set up the independent ad agency White Rabbit Budapest with his partners where he has been working for more than ten years. His creative work won him numerous international awards like D&AD, Cannes Lions, One Show, Clio, LIA, ADC, The Immortal Awards, Brand Film Festival LNDN, Caples Awards, Webby Awards, AdStars, Mobius Awards, Kinsale Sharks, New York Festivals, Eurobest, Cresta, Epica, Communication Arts, One Screen, AdAge, Cristal Awards, Golden Award of Montreux, Lisbon International Advertising Festival, Golden Drum, White Square, Chip Shop and almost 20 Effies - including a Grad Prix. He was a member of the jury at Clio, LIA, One Show/Young Ones, New York Festivals, Webby Awards, Caples Awards, Cannes Young Lions, AdStars, Creativepool, Mobius Awards, Cresta, Lovie Awards, Golden Award of Montreux, Lisbon International Advertising Festival, Lisbon Health, Effie Awards Pakistan, WINA Festival, KIAF, White Square, Newstars and jury president of Cannes Young Lions Georgia. He is member of D&AD, The One Club, Art Directors Club, The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. He is an examiner at VISART Academy Of Arts. Other achievements: Nominee for 'Influencer of the Year' on Creativepool #1 Creative Director, #1 Art Director and #1 Typographer in country ranking for Lürzer’s Archive #1 Advertising Agency in country ranking for Lürzer’s Archive The first ever Lürzer’s Archive cover featuring a work from Hungary / White Rabbit Budapest Most remembered TV commercial in the UK (AdWatch/TNS International): Cillit Bang – The dirt is gone! / JWT Budapest The most effective nationwide campaign in 2011 (Effie Grand Prix): Heineken Hungaria / White Rabbit Budapest When he is not making ads, he likes to listen to his collection of vinyl records, take care of his exotic houseplants or count clouds. He happily opens a bottle of wine to accompany any of these activities.
  • Ivan BellCEO & Group Managing Director, United Kingdom
    Ivan Bell
    • Ivan Bell

    • CEO & Group Managing Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2015
    Ivan started his career as a multidisciplinary graphic designer in London and became fascinated with consumer brand packaging for alcoholic beverages. For the past 20+ years he has worked alongside Kevin Shaw, founder of Stranger & Stranger, in building the award winning packaging consultancy and overseeing design from their locations in London, New York and San Francisco. Stranger’s client base is diverse, from well known global brands to new start-ups. Ivan is passionate about brands that disrupt and stand out. Specialties: Creative brand/pack design. Alcoholic drinks primary and secondary packaging. Luxury brands primary and secondary packaging. 30+ years experience within design, advertising and marketing of which 20+ are years within alcoholic drinks packaging.
  • Jack HutchinsonCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Jack KramerCourse Co-Ordinator, United Kingdom
  • Jack PearceExec Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Jack RenwickCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Jack Renwick
    • Jack Renwick

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1998
    Jack Renwick is a multi-award winning designer with a strong passion for ideas. She works closely with clients, getting to the heart of their problem and showing how creative thinking can be the way forward. Jack runs a creative branding agency, wittily titled Jack Renwick Studio, based in Whitechapel, London with 9 designers who are more talented than her. She has worked on a huge variety of projects over the past 22 years for clients including Amnesty International, eBay, BBC, Nokia, Royal Mail, Sir Elton John and Stella McCartney and received recognition from most of the world’s most prestigious awards. Jack originates from Glasgow and is frequently sought out as an awards jury member for her ‘refreshingly frank’ views. She is a Fellow, a board member, an examiner, an advisor, a judge, a writer and a speaker. She is a newly elected Design Trustee on the D&AD Board of Trustees alongside some pretty impressive folk.
  • Jack SedgwickSound Designer, United Kingdom
  • Jacob BeckettCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Jacqueline WilsonAccount Director, United Kingdom
  • Jacques PenseFreelance Creative Director, Germany
    Jacques Pense
    • Jacques Pense

    • Freelance Creative Director
    • Germany
    • Member since 2011
    Salut, I’m Jacques. A German Italian with a French name. I am also a freelance creative director with more than 20 years of experience in developing intermedia ideas, concepts and designs for German and global brands. With a great passion for interactivity and film, I create user-centered and brand-oriented solutions that have been awarded worldwide for their efficiency and creative excellence. The work on prestigious accounts over the last years has been honored at Cannes Lions, Clio, One Show, D&AD, FWA and Art Directors Club – to name just a few. I served as a judge at leading creative awards shows such as the New York Festivals, Golden Hammer, German Advertising Film Award and the Art Directors Club Germany. I am a member of the ADC Germany, ADC Europe and D&AD. For ADC Germany I am also active as a seminar leader for creative communication.
  • Jake Rimmer, United Kingdom
  • Jake Roland, United States
  • James BebbingtonExecutive Creative Director, Singapore
    James Bebbington
    • James Bebbington

    • Executive Creative Director
    • Singapore
    • Member since 2018
  • James BeveridgeExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
    James Beveridge
    • James Beveridge

    • Executive Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1995
    James is an experienced creative director specialising in brand consultancy and design. James started Consult Beveridge in 2018 to offer brand and creative consultancy to direct clients, design agencies and in-house agencies. See Before that James was ECD at Communications agency Fleishman Hillard Fishburn where he led the Brand Consultancy practise for EMEA. Before that he was ECD at Further. Before that he founded Brownjohn. And before that he was a Creative Partner at The Partners for 18 years. James studied at the RCA and the LCP.
  • James BriggsCreative Copywriter, United Kingdom
  • James BrockManaging Partner, United Kingdom
  • James BrocklehurstProgramme Leader, United Kingdom
    James Brocklehurst
    • James Brocklehurst

    • Programme Leader
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2014
    James is a lecturer in Graphic Communication at Plymouth University.
  • James Chilvers, United Kingdom
  • James ColtonArt Director, United Kingdom
  • James DayPhotographer, United Kingdom
    James Day
    • James Day

    • Photographer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2004
    Working out of London and New York, James Day is an internationally renowned photographer working in the advertising and editorial fields. He shoots editorially for The New York Times, Time Magazine, Vanity Fair, GQ, and Wired on a regular basis. Over the years his images have been used in many award winning advertising campaigns, for clients such as British Airways, Harvey Nichols, Sony, Audi, and Heineken, to name just a few. His commercial work has garnered an extensive and impressive list of ad industry awards, winning 50 awards at D&AD, including 4 Yellow Pencils.
  • James de LeiburneSenior Graphic Designer, United Kingdom
  • James DyerLecturer, United Kingdom
  • James McGrathCreative Chairman, Australia
    James McGrath
    • James McGrath

    • Creative Chairman
    • Australia
    • Member since 2005
    James McGrath has been with Clemenger BBDO for more than a decade, the best part of it as Creative Chairman. It’s the critical balance between creativity and effectiveness that lies at the heart of his driving principle of Applied Creativity. A direct result was the unprecedented year of 2017 which saw Clemenger BBDO awarded Global Agency of the Year at both Cannes Lions and D&AD, and symmetrically APAC’s most effective Australian agency over the past ten years. In another moment of symmetry, Clemenger BBDO was named Agency of the Decade by both Campaign Brief and Mumbrella in 2020. His career has been defined by leadership, both of the all-important creative outcome but the very driving purpose of the well-respected creative companies he has helped to define. He is both a member of the Clemenger Group of companies’ board and the Global board of BBDO. As a well-regarded judge of creativity, he has proudly been Chair of D&AD and Jury President at Cannes Lions to name a few.
  • James NorrisHead of Production, United Kingdom
  • James PhelanDirector, United Kingdom
  • James ShirleyCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • James StewartManaging Director, United Kingdom
  • James StudholmeManaging Director, United Kingdom
  • James TannerDesigner, United Kingdom
  • James WilliamsChief Spark / Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • James WoldringhCreative, United Kingdom
  • Jamie CravenHead of Design, United Kingdom
    Jamie Craven
    • Jamie Craven

    • Head of Design
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2016
    I have been designing and art directing for around two decades across print and digital, and while I have enjoyed all aspects of my roles, have always been especially passionate about brand design. Working within and then running design teams in some of London’s top advertising agencies I’ve had the opportunity to work on both large scale comms and advertising campaigns as well as more design and brand focussed projects. I have delivered rebrands for clients such as the BBC, British Museum, Prince’s Trust, and more recently, Carlsberg and Visit Denmark. Currently Head of Design at Fold 7. In my 9th year of leading a design team. Previously Head of Design at Havas, DLKW Lowe and Fallon.
  • Jamie EllulCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Jamie Ellul
    • Jamie Ellul

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2004
    Jamie is a Fellow of the Chartered Society of Designers and awarded member of D&AD. He started his design career at hat-trick design consultants in 2001 after graduating from Somerset College of Arts where he was taught by Malcolm Swatridge (founder of The Partners). While at hat-trick, he worked with a diverse group of clients including Fairbridge, BBC Books, The Royal Mail, Natural History Museum, Capital Radio, Land Securities and NESTA. In 2005 he became senior designer at Blast, where he designed the award-winning Inuit Paper identity and campaign for Arjowiggins, as well as work for BBC Events, University of the Arts London and the Arts Council. In 2007 as a freelance designer, Jamie worked with The Partners (now Superunion), 300million, fivefootsix and Wiedemann Lampe before establishing Magpie Studio in a pub in early 2008 with two of his best buddies. Magpie Studio went on to become one of the UK’s most internationally awarded agencies (6th in the Design Week Creative Survey 2013) working with household names from Apple to the British Heart Foundation, Nike to Royal Mail. In 2013 Jamie relocated to Bath where he started Supple Studio. Supple now boasts an enviable list of clients including Arjowiggins Paper, Channel 4, Childline, Guide Dogs for the Blind, Royal Mail, The Royal Mint, University of the Arts London, The Royal Institution, National Trust, NSPCC, Thames & Hudson and National Museums of Scotland. Over the years he has been awarded various pieces of wood, metal and paper – eighteen D&AD Awards (including three silver nominations, an Impact Award and two Yellow Pencils), eleven Design Week Awards (including two winners and four commendations), two ADC NY Silver Awards and a Cannes Gold Lion for branding. But he never got himself the elusive record deal he was really after.
  • Jamie HobsonCourse Director BA(Hons) Graphic & Media Design, United Kingdom
  • Jamie KeenanFreelance Designer, United Kingdom
  • Jamie NashDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Jamie PearceAccount Manager, United Kingdom
  • Jamie SweeneyEthnographer, United Kingdom
    Jamie Sweeney
    • Jamie Sweeney

    • Ethnographer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2020
    Founder at Global Cultural Insight agency Neighbourhood Instagram : @neighbourhood_insight
  • Jamie Thompson, United Kingdom
  • Jan BaldwinPHOTOGRAPHER, United Kingdom
  • Jan DaiCreative Director, Art Director, China
    Jan Dai
    • Jan Dai

    • Creative Director, Art Director
    • China
    • Member since 2020
    Creative Director and Art Director of THE END DESIGN®. THE END DESIGN®, a new visual design team. The multi-disciplinary team uses multi-media expressions to continuously explore the possibilities for visual design. The team specializes in the field of visual design, curation, cultural and creative product development and independent art publishing.
  • Jan GeschkeCCO, Germany
    Jan Geschke
    • Jan Geschke

    • CCO
    • Germany
    • Member since 2008
    Brand Creative Director with Audionet and Waldmann Engineers of Light. CCO of Geschke, Pufe Berlin. Creative Director and Copywriter.
  • Jan Van MesdagManaging Director, United Kingdom
  • Jane BriersCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Jane PollardDesign Manager, United Kingdom
  • Jane StockdalePhotographer, United Kingdom
    Jane Stockdale
    • Jane Stockdale

    • Photographer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2017
    Jane Stockdale is a documentary photographer from a small town in Scotland who loves to collaborate on a wide mix of projects with pals and clients including Nike, Rapha, Rolls-Royce, Red Bull, Formula 1, Arcade Fire and the New York Times. Jane likes to take photos with bite and her images are packed with emotions, energy, stories and are equally as bold as they are colourful. Project’s she’s worked on include documenting the Dutch football team training for Nike, how jet engines are built for Rolls-Royce, the World Cup in Brazil, Arcade Fire on tour in Europe, the United Nations patrolling the coastline of Lebanon and the Kosovo Olympic Team competing at their first ever Olympic Games. Jane loves to document moments, tell stories, collaborate and make good things happen.
  • Janice JaworskiVP, Managing Director, United States
  • Janice KirkpatrickDirector, United Kingdom
  • Janneke EarlCreative, United Kingdom
  • Jason AndrewsCreative Partner, United Kingdom
  • Jason GoodmanChief Executive, United Kingdom
  • Jason KingCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Jason LittleCreative Director/Founder, Australia
    Jason Little
    • Jason Little

    • Creative Director/Founder
    • Australia
    • Member since 2008
    Jason Little is co-founder and creative director of the Sydney design start-up, For The People. Prior to this he was creative director at both Landor Associates (Sydney and Paris), and Re (Sydney), before making the leap to uncertainty. Jason has a strong focus on large-scale transformations for destinations, corporations and organisations with previous work including the brand identities for The City of Melbourne, The Australian Cancer Research Foundation, Queensland Theatre, Optus, Seat, One Degree, and the Sydney Pavilion at the Shanghai Biennale. He also works with numerous entrepreneurial start-ups and not-for-profits. He served as Chairman of The Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA NSW) from 2013-15. He has been a guest lecturer in design institutions including Ecole de Comunication Visuelle (Paris), University of Technology (Sydney), School of Visual Arts (NYC), and regularly writes on design related subjects. His work has been consistently recognised at D&AD, The One Show, NY Type Directors Club, Tokyo Type Directors Club, Clios, Art Directors Club, AGDA, Graphis, and Communication Arts. He has participated and chaired on numerous award juries. Jason is a firm believer in animal rights, and is the artistic director and ongoing brand consultant for Sydney Dogs and Cats Home.
  • Javier GarciaCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Jay CranfordChief Creative Officer, United States
  • Jayne ConnellDirector of Branding, United Kingdom
  • Jean QuarcoopomeArt Director, Ghana
    Jean Quarcoopome
    • Jean Quarcoopome

    • Art Director
    • Ghana
    • Member since 2019
    Constantly thinking about the power of thinking. Art Director at Insel Communications Ghana - An affiliate of the Dentsu Aegis Network.
  • Jeff CennaVP Creative Director, United States
  • Jeff CollinsDirector, CCO, United Kingdom
  • Jeffrey TribeGraphics Tutor, United Kingdom
    Jeffrey Tribe
    • Jeffrey Tribe

    • Graphics Tutor
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2012
  • Jenny BrendCreative Co-ordinator, United Kingdom
  • Jens TheilChief Creative Lunatic, Founder, Germany
    Jens Theil
    • Jens Theil

    • Chief Creative Lunatic, Founder
    • Germany
    • Member since 2009
  • Jeremy CarrCreative Partner, United Kingdom
  • Jeremy HainesCreative Partner, United Kingdom
  • Jeremy LeslieCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Jeremy Leslie
    • Jeremy Leslie

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2002
    Jeremy Leslie is a passionate advocate for editorial design, designing, writing and curating from magCulture’s London base. He has been designing magazines for 30 years, and is currently consultant creative director for Maison Moderne in Luxembourg. He has written several books about magazine design and the magCulture online Journal is a key source of news and opinion on the subject, celebrating in particular the independent sector. He curates the annual magCulture Live conferences in London and New York, and opened the magCulture shop in 2015, selling a unique selection of over 500 magazines from across the world. In 2018 he was awarded the British Society of Magazine Editors’ Mark Boxer Award, for services to the magazine industry.
  • Jeremy RosenbergHead of UK Brand Marketing, United Kingdom
  • Jeremy SinclairChairman, United Kingdom
  • Jessica ClarkAccount Executive, United Kingdom
  • Jessica Holman, United States
  • Jessie FroggettJunior Designer, United Kingdom
  • Jessie Hutter, United Kingdom
  • Jim Birchenough, United Kingdom
    Jim Birchenough
    • Jim Birchenough

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
  • Jim BoltonDeputy ECD, United Kingdom
    Jim Bolton
    • Jim Bolton

    • Deputy ECD
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1996
    1993-2000 Creative and Creative Director and Partner at HHCL and Partners. 2000-2003 Founder and Partner, Arkwright Advertising Limited. 2003-2005 Creative Director HHCL United. 2005-2011 Deputy ECD Leo Burnett London. 2011-2016 Deputy ECD and Partner CHI And Partners. 2017- Deputy ECD at RKCR/Y&R After attaining his post-graduate degree in Marketing in 1989, Jim Bolton worked in Building Maintenance at many post-production houses in London. Switching to the more glamorous side of advertising in 1991, Jim started his career as a freelance creative, working at Grey, Saatchi and Saatchi, McCanns and BMP. Jim joined HHCL in 1993, creating some of the agency’s most iconic work for Blackcurrant Tango, the AA, Mercury, Lego, BHS, Mazda and Birdseye. He was also part of the team responsible the launch of Go Airlines. Jim has won every national and international advertising award, including D&AD Silvers, BTAA Gold and Grand Prix, Creative Circle Gold and Platinum, and Cannes Silvers and Golds. In 2000, Jim left HHCL to form Arkwright International, where he worked on Channel 4, Unilever Innovations, Ikea and Domino’s Pizza. Jim returned to HHCL in 2003 to partner Jonathan Burley. As Creative Director at HHCL United, Jim was responsible for Sky, Sky Sports, HMRC, Kiss and Georgia Pacific. Then to Leo Burnett with Jon Burley in 2005. As well as helping out as Jons deputy, Jim is responsible for all work on McDonald's. The brand has seen quite a turn-a-round of late, with the Favourites work winning many a Pick of the Week/Month/Year accolades. The Piccadilly poster site winning at Cannes and The Big Awards for most innovative use of outdoor media. All of this hopefully went some way to help Jill McDonald become Marketeer of the Year, and for sales to reach an all time high. In 2010, Jim becomes Caretaker ECD of Burnetts, as Jon makes a move to CHI & Partners as ECD. During this time, Jim oversaw work for Kellogg's, Blackberry, McDonalds, Littlewoods, Homebase and Shelter. But not for long...don’t worry, in 2011 Jim re-unites with Jon at CHI & Partners as Deputy ECD and Partner. Where he works across many of CHI’s accounts, including Burger King, The Times, The Sun, Anchor, Samsung, Lexus, British Gas, Argos and many others. The very latest chapter starts in January 2017, where Jim joins forces with Jon Burley yet again, this time as Deputy ECD at RKCR/Y&R…
  • Jim MillingtonProgramme Leader, BA (Hons) Graphic Design, United Kingdom
  • Jim NorthoverChairman, United Kingdom
  • Jim PriorCEO, United Kingdom
  • Jim StoddartArt Director / Design Director, United Kingdom
  • Jim SutherlandFounder, United Kingdom
    Jim Sutherland
    • Jim Sutherland

    • Founder
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1996
    Studio Sutherl& Joy is persuasive. Think and think until you find it in a project, then work with it, and it makes a big difference off at the other end. Create it, and people open up, listen, reconsider. In 2001, Jim co-founded Hat-trick Design, consistently one of the top three most awarded design agencies in the UK (and number one in 2011). He left in 2014 to set up Studio Sutherl&. He has rebranded the Natural History Museum, Wimbledon Lawn Tennis, Land Securities, Williams F1, Twickenham Stadium, Prostate Cancer UK, National Museums Scotland, Welsh National Opera, and University of Westminster. He has designed over 50 stamps to date for Royal Mail. He led the design rosters for Land Securities and British Heart Foundation. He has won around 150 professional awards. These include 77 projects in D&AD (the foremost design and advertising competition on the world) book, with eight nominations and two yellow pencils; and 35 nominations in the Design Week Awards – twice Best in Show. He has judged D&AD eight times (once as foreman), as well as the Design Week (foreman), Loeries, Kinsale, Roses, ADNC and Fresh award schemes. He has spoken at the Design Indaba in South Africa, the London Design Festival at the V&A, the Cheltenham Design Festival and Clerkenwell Design Week. He is a visiting Professor in Design at Norwich University of the Arts, and has given lectures at many UK universities. He recently ran a design workshop for the Sorrell Foundation. He was on the D&AD Executive board from 2009 to 2012 and a governor at Norwich School of Art between 2010 and 2014. He has published several books, including a children's book Hide&Eek!, which won a yellow pencil at D&AD in 2014. He is currently working on publishing projects in Spain, Switzerland and Brazil, and a book about Joy in Design.
  • Jim ThorntonExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Jim Thornton
    • Jim Thornton

    • Executive Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2001
    Jim began his career as a copywriter at J Walter Thompson, London launching Persil Washing Up Liquid & working on campaigns for Persil, Kitkat, NatWest & Kelloggs amid a plethora of other delights. He then moved to GGT where he wrote & Creative Directed the Holsten Pils Fast Show campaign before being merged with TBWA where he was Creative Director through the line on the single biggest ever account win in the UK, NatWest. In 1999 Jim left and went east to join Mother as a Creative Director. Over the next 4 years he was responsible for new campaigns for Typhoo Tea, ITV Digital, ITV Sport Channel, QTV, The Observer and Pimm’s. He also launched Talk to Frank for the Government. In 2003 he became Executive Creative Director at Leo Burnett, London where as well as overseeing a department that won more D&AD digital awards than most digital agencies, he also created the world's first ever night of live ads on the West End stage. After leaving Burnett’s, Jim variously ran his own consultancy; launched Eulogy, a magazine & a website about all aspects of the last great taboo, namely death; and acted as Marketing Director for the launch of an exclusive financial services company. Then in 2008 the bankers ruined everything and he went back to Mother to run the Post Office and pay the mortgage, before moving to Naked as ECD, where he brought back Alan Partridge & Vic’n’Bob for Foster’s Funny. He then departed for Arnold KLP, again as ECD, working on Britvic Pepsi, Jack Daniels and Volvo. It was during this period that, inspired by the Olympic Opening Ceremony, Jim also created, a social media driven thank you to Danny Boyle and his team which eventually became a book, in partnership with Artomatic and the graphics students at Farnham. Finally, in 2012, Jim arrived at VCCP as Creative Director on O2, Budget & Avis and is officially as happy as Larry. If not happier.
  • Jim TurnerCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Jimmy YangCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Jimmy Yang
    • Jimmy Yang

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1992
    Jimmy is a founding partner at Yang Rutherford. A Strategic & Creative Branding Consultancy with a reputation for launching and refreshing commercially successful luxury, premium and niche brands. With offices in London, Hong Kong and Dubai connecting businesses with their customers through insight, intelligent thinking and unexpected creativity. He is also a curator for Yarubar. A blog for inspiring finds from around the globe. He has been in the design business for over 30 years. Previously, creative director at Identica and associate director at Lewis Moberly.
  • Jiri Langpaul, Czech Republic
  • Jo MooreCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Joakim BorgstromECD, Singapore
  • Joan LindDirector of Account Management, United Kingdom
  • Joana NitschkeBrand & Communication Manager, Germany
  • Jodie ClarkeAssistant, Australia
    Jodie Clarke
    • Jodie Clarke

    • Assistant
    • Australia
    • Member since 2017
    Will Alexander is the Co-Founder and Executive Producer of award-winning post-production, design, animation and visual effects studio Heckler (Sydney / Singapore). Having worked in the industry for almost two decades, Will has produced thousands of TVC’s, music videos, art installations, live events, activations and experiential performance pieces. Will was also the Executive Producer of the AACTA Award Winning Animated Film 'A Cautionary Tail' starring Cate Blanchett. Will’s work has been recognised at D&AD, Cannes Lions, The One Show, London International, Kinsale, AdFest, AWARD Award, Spikes Asia & Promax internationally.
  • Joe ColemanFreelance Copywriter, United Kingdom
    Joe Coleman
    • Joe Coleman

    • Freelance Copywriter
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2014
    Joe is a Freelance Copywriter who lives and works in the North West of England. His background is in creating ad campaigns in a traditional Copywriter/Art Director creative team. But as a freelancer he spends just as much time writing brand copy for design agencies. His website won a D&AD graphite pencil in 2017 and he was on the D&AD Writing for Design jury in 2019.
  • Joe IvoryCreative Group Head, United Kingdom
  • Joe MooreHead of Creative, United Kingdom
    Joe Moore
    • Joe Moore

    • Head of Creative
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2002
    Joe is a Partner and Head of Creative at the specialist B2B creative agency Torpedo.
  • Joe RomanDirector, United Kingdom
  • Joel BohmCEO, United States
  • Joel ButtDeputy Head of Design, United Kingdom
    Joel Butt
    • Joel Butt

    • Deputy Head of Design
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2000
    Deputy Head of Design
  • John BlackburnExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • John BradshawTechnician, Animation& Illustration, United Kingdom
  • John ClaridgeFreelance Photographer, France
  • John DowlingCreative Director, United Kingdom
    John Dowling
    • John Dowling

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1998
    John has worked for some of the UK's most respected design companies, beginning his career in 1995 at the innovative London studio – Area, where he achieved a D&AD yellow pencil. In 1998 he joined the internationally acclaimed agency – Pentagram, working on accounts for clients such as Amanda Wakeley, King's College London, Pantone and Hewlett Packard. Following a brief spell at Sea Design, establishing the Beyon identity, John joined Frost Design in 2001 where he managed accounts for clients including Nike, Swiss Re, Serpentine Gallery and the first ever London Design Festival. In 2003 he established Dowling Design & Art Direction, moving his studio from London to Newark in Nottinghamshire the following year. In 2010, he joined Rob Duncan to form Dowling Duncan, a multi-disciplinary design studio with offices in the UK, San Francisco and New York. In 2013, Dowling Duncan merged with Mucho and in 2016 John left to form Studio Dowling. Widely published, John’s work has garnered awards from, amongst others, the Art Directors Club of New York, Design Week, Cream Awards, Tokyo Type Directors Club and D&AD. John has given talks and lectures at various university's and instutions such as the University of Lincoln, Northumbria University, Norwich University of the Arts, Middlesex University and the Typo Circle in London. He has also sat on a number of judging panels for, amongst others, D&AD’s professional awards (2000, 2006, 2015) and D&AD's New Blood award scheme (2007, 2012). Outside of the daily running of the studio, John is also a senior lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University and an associate lecturer at the University of Lincoln.
  • John FairleyCreative Director, United Kingdom
    John Fairley
    • John Fairley

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2017
    Over 25 years as a Designer, Art Director and Creative Director John has overseen integrated advertising campaigns across emerging channels, TV, print, digital and social, as well as leading rebranding and design for large-scale, corporate identity systems. — He has worked and consulted for clients such as: adidas, American Express, BBC, Castrol, Emirates, Estée Lauder, Nike, Paramount Pictures, Parker Pens, Penguin Random House, Sony, Unipart, Universal Pictures, Vodafone and the Warner Music Group. — ‘Make great creative work. Collaborate with the very best and be genuine and kind to people in the process’ has always been his mantra. — Working directly with his clients, John has developed strong relationships that have consistently delivered strategic and emotionally resonant creative work, as well as successfully achieving rewarding business outcomes.
  • John FosterArt Director, United States
  • John GrahamManaging Director, United Kingdom
    John Graham
    • John Graham

    • Managing Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2008
    ADCreative London is a multi-discipline London-based graphic design company with big creative agency backgrounds, global brand identities experience and a crucial mid-size agency advantage: We are nimble, flexible and collaborative. We are inventive. We offer fresh insight and incredible value. We are an extension of your team. Working internationally and in the UK as a design agency we deliver concept development and creative solutions for commercial problems, specialising in great design across brand guidelines and communications for the likes of Coca-Cola, Dixons Retail Group, Fullers Brewery, Kerry Foods, Warner Bros, and Hayman's Family Gin Distillers.
  • John HadfieldCEO, Singapore
  • John HazlewoodSenior Lecturer Graphic Arts, United Kingdom
  • John HegartyFounder, United Kingdom
  • John HudsonLecturer, United Kingdom
    John Hudson
    • John Hudson

    • Lecturer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2011
    A designer and educator based in the UK with a research focus on responsible approaches to design practice and education. I've taken an unconventional route into the creative industries after many a year working in the private sector, running my own bakery, renovating old buildings and travelling. The last decade has been spent working and studying as a UK based graphic designer. Currently I'm a Senior Lecturer in Advertising & Brand Management at Staffordshire University teaching both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students.
  • John Lancaster, United Kingdom
  • John LloydConsultant, United Kingdom
    John Lloyd
    • John Lloyd

    • Consultant
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1999
    John Lloyd is a graphic designer and founding partner of the international design consultancy, Lloyd Northover. He has worked in all fields of graphic design but has specialised in corporate identity and branding. He started his design career in 1960, as an apprentice lithographic artist in the printing industry. He began full-time study in 1964, first at South West Essex School of Art and, in 1965, at the London College of Printing. On graduating in 1968, he joined Allied International Designers, leaving in 1975 to found Lloyd Northover. John has been a teacher and examiner at the London College of Printing (now the London College of Communication), an examiner at Nottingham Trent University, and a D&AD jury member. His work first appeared in the D&AD annual in the late 1970s. He and his team at Lloyd Northover designed the D&AD annual in 1984. He was Chairman of the British Design Export Group from 1983-85. With fellow designer, Jim Northover, he has won many awards, including the Grand Prix in the International Design Effectiveness Awards, and the International Gold Award at the New York Art Directors Club. He has worked around the world and has spoken at conferences in Europe, North America and Asia. Today, John continues to practise as an independent designer, artist, writer and consultant.
  • John MayesEditor/Managing Director, United Kingdom
  • John McConnellPartner, United Kingdom
  • John McKelveyFounder & Chief Creative Officer, United States
    John McKelvey
    • John McKelvey

    • Founder & Chief Creative Officer
    • United States
    • Member since 2018
    John McKelvey is an Emmy award-winning writer, founder, and chief creative officer of Mirimar Creative Group—Los Angeles and New York. Mirimar creates cultural impact for brands at the intersection of advertising, entertainment, and technology. John was previously cofounder of JohnXHannes. Under his leadership, it was named AdAge’s U.S. Small Agency of the Year in 2018 and 2019, Fast Company’s Top 10 World’s Most Innovative Companies in 2019 and awarded #3 Worldwide Independent Agency at Cannes Lions
  • John McWilliamsChairman & Creative Partner, United Kingdom
  • John MessumCreative Partner, Netherlands
  • John O'KeeffeWPP Worldwide Creative Director, United Kingdom
    John O'Keeffe
    • John O'Keeffe

    • WPP Worldwide Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1996
    I joined WPP on September 1st as Worldwide Creative Director. My role will involve working with, hopefully, as many people as possible, across agencies, disciplines, and clients, to help raise creative standards. So it's a role I share with everyone in every WPP company. I began my career at Saatchi & Saatchi but, in 1990, moved to BBH, where I remained for eighteen years, the last eight of which as Executive Creative Director. I worked on many pitches, including Johnnie Walker and Barclays, both subsequent Cannes Gold Winners, and led the global Persil/OMO pitch team - BBHs biggest ever win. The agency garnered 14 Agency of the Year titles from various bodies in my time as ECD but, I hasten to add, as with all such things, it was a team effort. I believe I have now joined the world's biggest winning team and am very much looking forward to the challenge ahead.PS. Married to Jane. Two kids. Arsenal fan.
  • John Pallant, United Kingdom
    John Pallant
    • John Pallant

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1980
    I started my career at Boase Massimi Pollitt in London under Dave Trott and John Webster in 1978, then worked at Collet Dickenson Pearce for a number of CDs including Tony Brignull, Neil Godfrey, Bob Isherwood and Dave Brown, moved to Gold Greenlees Trott in its early years and then BMP again as a Group Head under Alan Tilby and Paul Leeves. I joined Saatchi London in 1988 under Paul Arden, became one of the CDs and then eventually Joint ECD of the London office. In 2003, I was appointed Regional Creative Director for EMEA, overseeing 50+ offices in 30+ countries. I have won awards in all major local and international festivals, including D&AD Black and Yellow Pencils, Cannes Gold LIons and Best of Show at the One Show, and have served on the juries of most, and been President of the Jury at some.
  • John ParkVP, Creative, United States
  • John SimmonsDirector, United Kingdom
  • John SorrellDirector, United Kingdom
  • John Thomson, United Kingdom
  • John WarwickCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • John WhiteSenior Lecturer Marketing, United Kingdom
  • Johnnie BurnDirector/ Sound Engineer/ Co-Founder, United Kingdom
    Johnnie Burn
    • Johnnie Burn

    • Director/ Sound Engineer/ Co-Founder
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2000
    Sound Designer @ Wavestudios WInner of two yellow and one Black Pencil, all for sound.
  • Jon BiggsExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Jon Biggs
    • Jon Biggs

    • Executive Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2014
    Executive Creative Director at MediaMonks. Jon has been creating, designing and occasionally even building digital things since the late 90s when he excelled at cramming frames into 12KB GIF banners. Jon joined MediaMonks in 2013 and leads the creative team in the London office, shaping global campaigns, products and platforms for clients like Google, Tommy Hilfiger and Vitra.
  • Jon CanningExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Jon ChapmanCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Jon DobinsonChief Executive, United Kingdom
  • Jon ElsomGroup Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Jon HarrisonCreative Partner, United Kingdom
  • Jon HoweDirector, Australia
  • Jon LilleyExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Jon Lilley
    • Jon Lilley

    • Executive Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1998
  • Jon UsherAssociate Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Jonathan ColesHead of Design, United Kingdom
  • Jonathan FordCreative Partner, United Kingdom
    Jonathan Ford
    • Jonathan Ford

    • Creative Partner
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2000
    Jonathan's vision is as clear today as it was when he co-founded Pearlfisher 25 years ago: to continually further creative standards through provocative thinking and by boldly challenging the status quo.  Always pushing himself and others to stretch further, Jonathan has led the creation of some of the world’s most loved challenger and iconic brands including Cadbury Dairy Milk, Waitrose, Target, Help Remedies and Jim Beam – while gaining Pearlfisher countless Design Effectiveness Awards and a much coveted Gold Cannes Lion along the way. Frequently representing Pearlfisher on the world stage, he keeps himself inspired and surrounded by new thinking, hosting the Challengers & Icons interview series to gain insights from the people driving the brands of the future. And with an eye on our collective future, Jonathan is helping spearhead Pearlfisher's sustainable design philosophy to create a new kind of longevity for brands and products by ‘lightweighting’ practices and materials. Jonathan helped bring this Pearlfisher approach to life in the form of the gold award-winning 'Pearlfisher Garden' at the 2018 Chelsea Flower Show which aimed to highlight the impact of plastic waste on the world's oceans.
  • Jonathan HarkerCourse Leader Graphic Design, United Kingdom
  • Jonathan KneeboneFounder, Australia
    Jonathan Kneebone
    • Jonathan Kneebone

    • Founder
    • Australia
    • Member since 1998
    Jonathan Kneebone is a founder and creative director of The Glue Society - an independent art and directing collective, working internationally in the UK, Europe, the USA, Australia and New Zealand. The Glue Society’s groundbreaking work encompasses everything from the direction of experiential projects, online entertainment and commercials, to the creation of art exhibitions, public installations and site-specific sculpture. In response to its pioneering work balancing art and commerce, Creativity Magazine defined the creative group as ‘the experts at things which haven’t been done before’. And a number of their projects have been similarly singled out for praise by the likes of Time magazine, The New York Times & The Guardian. Among its array of advertising awards from every international festival, The Glue Society counts a multitude of D&AD Yellow Pencils for both concept and craft, as well as a Cannes Titanium, four Grands Prix, and numerous Gold Lions. Throughout its 21 year history, the collective has been recognised as one of the industry's most creative companies, and recently launched GLUES©IETY, a groundbreaking contemporary communication art magazine. The Glue Society's exhibitions include Miami Art Basel, Pulse New York, Art & About Sydney – as well as numerous shows across the USA, UK, Asia and South America. For experiential and installation project and commercial film direction, The Glue Society is represented by Biscuit in the UK & USA and Revolver/WillO'Rourke in Australia & Asia. The Glue Society and Jonathan in particular has been instrumental in creating positive change within the industry, originating and supporting the D&AD initiatives - Rare, Shift and Brief to Broadcast - promoting diversity and education. Jonathan is currently a member of the D&AD Global Advisory Board, as well as a regular industry speaker and opinion-piece writer.
  • Jonathan KnowlesPhotographer, United Kingdom
    Jonathan Knowles
    • Jonathan Knowles

    • Photographer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2001
    Jonathan Knowles is one of the leading photographers of his generation. Specialising in graphic still life, liquid and beauty, Jonathan’s unique photographic style has earned him award-winning advertising commissions worldwide. In the past twelve years, Jonathan has consistently featured in the ‘200 Best Advertising Photographers in the World’ books. He is one of the top 10 all time award winners in the Graphis Annuals. Notable commissions include campaigns for many globally recognised brands, such as Coca-Cola, Guinness, and Smirnoff. He is also the creator of the famous O2 bubbles. He shot the Black Sabbath 13 Album cover, as well as directing and filming the footage that is currently played on stage during performances. Instagram @jonnyknowles
  • Jonathan WalleyDIrector of Photography, United States
    Jonathan Walley
    • Jonathan Walley

    • DIrector of Photography
    • United States
    • Member since 2020
  • Jonny RandallDirector, United Kingdom
  • Jonny WestcarManaging Director, United Kingdom
  • Jordan ScottDirector, United States
  • Jordan WaidIdea Architect | Narrative Designer | Strategic Cr, United Kingdom
    Jordan Waid
    • Jordan Waid

    • Idea Architect | Narrative Designer | Strategic Cr
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2015
    Jordan Waid is an Academy Award winning filmmaker, innovation and design thinking thought leader  and Vice President of Brand Experience for FreemanXP – EMEA. Jordan’s passion lies in creating compelling stories and satisfying the need to invent everything – new scenarios, new concepts, new rules, and new ways of thinking. His unique background of architecture, digital media, and film allows him to constantly challenge experiential communication models with fresh ideas that engage at all levels for some of the biggest brands. An inspired thought leader and speaker, Jordan’s creative vision, insight, and conceptual thinking starts and ends with a user-centric approach that creative emotive moments to share. A SELECTION OF KEY HIGHLIGHTS • Trend Lab - founder of the innovation hub and design thinking lab for FreemanXP • United Nations - digital work solution collaboration for refugees called U-able • UEFA Champions League Final - Brand Experience Pavilions 2006-2011 for Ford • UEFA Champions League Final - Brand Experience Pavilions 2018 for both Pepsi and Lays • DHL Innovation Center (Bonn, Germany) • Samsung Innovation Museum (Suwan, South Korea) • Samsung Winter Olympic Pavilion in 2002 Salt Lake City, USA • Samsung Winter Olympic Pavilion in 2014 Sochii, Russia • Academy Award for Student Short Film “The Piece” • Pixies original website (4AD Records) • Launched Berlin Germany's first print magazine (TiP) to go online in 1995
  • José José GomesAssociate Creative Director, Spain
    José José Gomes
    • José José Gomes

    • Associate Creative Director
    • Spain
    • Member since 2017
  • Joseph ErnstCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Joseph Ernst
    • Joseph Ernst

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2001
    Multidisciplinary artist, filmmaker and creative director based in London. Founder of Sideline Collective.
  • Joseph FraineCopywriter, United Kingdom
  • Joshua Twivy, United Kingdom
  • Joyce YeeSenior Lecturer, United Kingdom
  • Judah ArmaniFounder & Designer, United Kingdom
    Judah Armani
    • Judah Armani

    • Founder & Designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
  • Jules ChalkleyChief Executive Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Jules Chalkley
    • Jules Chalkley

    • Chief Executive Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2012
    Jules has worked as a creative director within the advertising industry for 18 years and has built a unique and highly integrated creative skillset spanning advertising, PR, social media, experiential, and digital. Creating famous campaigns for Ikea, M&S, Land Rover and Virgin Atlantic; his work has won in excess of 140 awards globally, ranging from D&AD, Cannes, Campaign Big, Clio and One Show. Jules oversaw creative for the BBC’s coverage of the London 2012 Olympic Games which saw an audience of 200 million worldwide and earned him the jury prize at the Royal Television Society. Elements of his work were integrated into the opening ceremony. At Engine Group Jules was working closely with the UK Government to create highly integrated behaviour change campaigns. He was responsible for the ground breaking and effective ‘Missing Type’ campaign. Joining BMB as their first CCO he continued to create innovative campaigns for CALM and Campaign to End Loneliness. Jules is now Chief Executive Creative Director at Ogilvy London.
  • Julia CarterSenior Creative Manager, United Kingdom
  • Julia CoulsonHead of Creative Services, United Kingdom
  • Julia WoollamsBrand Consultant and graphic designer, United Kingdom
    Julia Woollams
    • Julia Woollams

    • Brand Consultant and graphic designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2003
    Julia is a graphic designer and branding consultant with nearly two decades of industry experience, having overseen projects both in the UK and overseas. After gaining a first-class BA Honours Graphic Design degree at Central Saint Martins she started her career as a designer for the education team at BBC Worldwide, before joining world-renowned branding agency Johnson Banks where she honed her talent. She formed 31% Wool with Angela Martin to creatively solve problems for clients in interesting and unusual ways, with a firm focus on rationale. The verbal side of a project is as important to her as the visual side – the crossover between design and strategy being paramount. Julia co-founded and writes for the Croydonist, a cultural blog about the South London borough of Croydon, and is the co-creator of new indie music festival Cro Cro Land. She is also contributing author of 'Graphic Design for Everyone' (published by DK, July 2019).  She has guest lectured on several design courses including Central Saint Martins, Derby University, and Croydon School of Art, and is currently a visiting lecturer at Kingston School of Art. She is a D&AD awarded member, and has judged both the student and professional awards. Making a positive social difference through design is a priority, therefore her key projects are in the cultural, education and not-for-profit sectors. Clients past and present include Anthony Nolan, Brighton Dome and Brighton Festival, Blackpool Pleasure Beach, British Library, Cro Cro Land Festival, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Historic Royal Palaces, King’s College London, Livability, Mozilla, Parc de la Villette (Paris), Save the Children, Science Museum, Sendai Observatory (Japan), St David’s, Think London, University of Cambridge; Unicef UK; V&A. In her spare time, when she’s not finding the next great place to write about for the Croydonist, Julia volunteers as a support worker for the charity Breast Cancer Now.
  • Julian Powell-TuckDirector, United Kingdom
  • Julie WrightHead of BA (Hons) Advertising: Creative, United Kingdom
  • Julien HuntSenior Creative, United Kingdom
  • Justin CernisCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Justin MoodieProduct Marketing, United Kingdom
    Justin Moodie
    • Justin Moodie

    • Product Marketing
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2018
  • Justin MooreExecutive Creative Director, United States
  • Kaori Ojeda, United Kingdom
  • Karen MorganDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Karina WilsherManaging Partner, United Kingdom
    Karina Wilsher
    • Karina Wilsher

    • Managing Partner
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2002
    Karina spent seven years as Partner and CEO of Anomaly's flagship office in New York - leading a period of record growth and evolution. At the start of 2017, she was appointed Global COO leading key clients and helping strengthen Anomaly's seven offices, continuing the company's evolution at the forefront of the industry. And in November 2018, Karina was appointed as Global CEO, succeeding Carl Johnson who became Chairman. Anomaly is a difficult to define, but exciting to work 'new-model' company - with offices in LA, New York, Toronto, London, Amsterdam, Berlin and Shanghai. Anomaly's blue chip roster includes Budweiser, Diageo, Google, Hershey's, Instagram, SONOS, UBER, YouTube and Unilever. Equally interesting is Anomaly's IP portfolio, which includes a culinary lifestyle brand with Eric Ripert; the creation of EOS, the no/1 lip balm in US, and most recently launching the award-winning medicinal cannabis brand dosist.
  • Karl DinklerCEO/Founder, United States
  • Karl Waters, Ireland
  • Karl Wolfgang EppleExecutive Creative Director, Germany
    Karl Wolfgang Epple
    • Karl Wolfgang Epple

    • Executive Creative Director
    • Germany
    • Member since 2018
    Karl Wolfgang Epple, executive creative director of the thjnk agency group, solely believes in ideas that have a cultural impact. In his career, he shared this vision with his favourite clients including Audi, IKEA, McDonald’s, Mercedes-Benz, Rewe and DER SPIEGEL. Karl’s work has been recognised with numerous industry awards including Cannes Lions, New York Festivals, LIA, Clio, ADC, Eurobest and The One Show. When he had the honour of joining the German ADC, he became their youngest member ever. He now shows great interest in supporting the next generation of creativity himself, teaching at several universities and judging at international award shows.
  • Kasia Kasprzak, United Kingdom
  • Kate BraceroAwards Manager, United Kingdom
  • Kate DawkinsFounder & Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Kate Dawkins
    • Kate Dawkins

    • Founder & Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2018
    Kate Dawkins is a BAFTA-winning founder and creative director of Kate Dawkins Studio, specialising in bespoke content for Live performances, shows, and brand events. With over 25 years of industry experience, Kate has worked for some of the largest global brands, including high profile projects for the giant 360˚ ‘Audience pixels’ for the London 2012 Olympic Ceremonies, Nike, Jaguar Land Rover, Elton John, MTV European Music Fast, and Furious Live, and the multi-award winning Passchendaele Centenary Event. These innovative projects have given her unrivaled experience in designing, directing and delivering distinct visual content for projection and LED Screens. With a degree and Masters in visual communication (CSM), Kate’s work is heavily rooted in the craft of design, applying logic to the problem and passion to the solution.
  • Kate FishendenDirector Of Brand Expression, United Kingdom
  • Kate Fitzgerald, United Kingdom
  • Kate StannersGlobal Chief Creative Officer, United Kingdom
    Kate Stanners
    • Kate Stanners

    • Global Chief Creative Officer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2006
    Kate is Chief Creative Officer at Saatchi & Saatchi London. Since joining in 2005, she and her Partners have enjoyed developing the Agency into one that has the depth & breadth of talent to create multi-platform ideas for both local and global clients. Creative highs have come in the form of awarded work for Carlsberg, Visa, Toyota, Guinness, Kerry foods, HSBC, EE and T-Mobile. Before arriving at Saatchi & Saatchi, Kate was Vice Chairman and Creative Director at St Luke’s, which she joined in 1995. Within two years at St Luke’s, the agency had amassed prolific new business wins including Clarks Shoes, Sky, IPC, COI, Boots and Eurostar, and an impressive body of work resulting in the agency being named Campaign’s agency of the year. Kate began her career at GGT under Dave Trott’s Creative Directorship where she created award-winning campaigns for Cadbury Flake, Cadbury Creme Eggs, Wispa, Holsten Pils, Access (Mastercard), Nurofen, Lurpak, and Seconda. Away from the creative world, Kate is married to David, has a 15 year old son Otto & dogs Rocky & Dino
  • Katherina Tudball, United Kingdom
    Katherina Tudball
    • Katherina Tudball

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2003
    Born in Kuala Lumpur and raised in London, Katherina is a multi-award winning designer with over 15 years experience. When studying at Central Saint Martins she began collaborating with fellow graphics student Julia Woollams. After graduation the pair were hired as a team at johnson banks, where Kath worked for over a decade. In 2016 she joined The Partners and now leads a team at the newly formed agency Superunion as Creative Director. With a passion for great ideas that deliver a positive impact, Kath has worked on numerous projects in the arts, culture, education and non-profit sectors. She has a keen interest in design education, as a regular visitor at CSM as well as external examiner for the Graphic Design and Illustration degree course at the Cass School, London Metropolitan University.  Kath has appeared as a speaker at various events, is a regular design awards judge and a D&AD Design Trustee.
  • Kathryn CoatesCourse Leader, United Kingdom
    Kathryn Coates
    • Kathryn Coates

    • Course Leader
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2018
    Principal Lecturer and Course Leader of the BA(Hons) Graphic design at Nottingham Trent University. Co-author of 'An introduction to Information Design' Laurence King Publishing 2013.
  • Kathryn McKelveyReader and Lecturer, United Kingdom
  • Kathy MillerDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Katie GreenyerCreative talent and network director, United Kingdom
  • Katie PurisBusiness Director, United States
  • Katie ShieldsBuisness Lead, United Kingdom
  • Katja GarroodCreative Director, Head of Product Design, United Kingdom
    Katja Garrood
    • Katja Garrood

    • Creative Director, Head of Product Design
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2017
    I am one of the founding Brandwatch team, joining in 2005. I spent the early years working on the first app designs and establishing the Brandwatch brand then as the company grew, building design teams to deliver on the commercial and product design goals. I am passionate about making design core to the business, using it to differentiate and build a culture conducive to innovation. I sit on two external boards, Brighton Innovation Board and Brighton Digital Festival Board. My aspiration is to create an environment within which the teams can find their wings and do their best work. Help balance the freedom and flexibility needed to foster creativity and deliver on strategic and business goals. I believe synergy is where the magic is. When we achieve effective collaboration across product, engineering, design and marketing, we make a difference, our products are better, our work is gratifying, and we grow.
  • Katja Maroni GiannellaGroup Business Director, United States
  • Katja ThielenFounder & Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Katja Thielen
    • Katja Thielen

    • Founder & Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2000
    With over 20 years working in the London design industry, Katja co-founded Together Design in 2003, an agency built on craft and collaboration with an enviable culture to boot. She’s passionate about consumer brands and retail, and loves the challenge of developing emotional connections and crafting personality. Katja has vast experience across both B2B and B2C markets. Projects have included brand and packaging designs and licensing guides for Walgreens Boots Alliance, Diageo, NBC Universal, University of Cambridge, Caffè Nero, Fortnum & Mason and many stamp collections for the Royal Mail. In 2013 Together Design launched Perfectly Put Together, putting their skills, insights and curiosities on display in their own online shop, which has given Katja a valuable window into her retail clients’ world, and new insights about the challenges they face every day. Innovative ways of working continue to preoccupy Katja and as a result she has just co-founded a new licensing brand.
  • Katy OswaldLecturer, United Kingdom
  • Kawal SeyanHR Advisor, United Kingdom
  • Kayo Ouchi, Japan
  • Keith NevensProgramme Leader, United Kingdom
    Keith Nevens
    • Keith Nevens

    • Programme Leader
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2005
    I'm extremely passionate about educating the next generation of advertising creatives. I encourage these young guys to be fearless in approach. To strive to be the very best that they can be, be nice along the way, and as the late great Colin Millward put it "your job is to impress me".
  • Keith ThomasLead Designer, Dominican Republic
  • Kellie ChappleClient Services Director, United Kingdom
  • Kellie LaingSenior Graphic Designer, United Kingdom
  • Ken Luis TobePresident, Japan
    Ken Luis Tobe
    • Ken Luis Tobe

    • President
    • Japan
    • Member since 2003
    Ken Luis Tobe is the President of Nippon Food Manufacturer (Nisshoku). Prior to taking the leading role at Nisshoku, Ken studied communication design at Parson’s School of Design (Paris) and was the Chief Designer for French Vogue. Later, Ken moved to Tokyo and launched Vogue Nippon as an Associate Art Director. After the successful launch, Ken returned to Paris and served as the Corporate Image Director for Gucci Group French brands such as Yves Saint Laurent and Boucheron, reporting directly to the Creative Director, Tom Ford. When Ford was to depart from Gucci Group, Ken also decided to leave Gucci, and attained an MBA from INSEAD prior to join Nisshoku, his family business. Ken is born in Mexico City (Japanese national), and fluent in Japanese, English, Spanish and French.
  • Kenny NicholasCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Kenny Nicholas
    • Kenny Nicholas

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2005
    Started as a copywriter at Charles Barker, followed by Geers Gross, Lintas, SJIP, Crawfords and then Group Head at Grey, followed by Deputy Creative Director at B&B and also Creative Director Hakuhodo. Now Creative Director and owner of Khemistry. Worked on Pioneer Hi-Fi, Bushmills and Black Bush Whiskey, McVities Biscuits, Terry's Chocolates, Fiat, Kenco Coffee, Prestige Houseware, Kattomeat, Lyons Maid Ice Cream, Mercedes-Benz, Remy Martin, Campari, Midas, Honda, Hitachi, Sony, Mizuno, Shiseido, NEC, Boeing, KBR, Vital Europe, Casino Austria International, Superman Energy Drink, TNT Post and Vivus Club. Awards: D&AD, Campaign, Creative Circle, Clios, British Arrows
  • Kentaro NagaiDesigner / Art Director, Japan
  • Kevin BryantProducer, United States
  • Kevin ColquhounArt Director, United Kingdom
  • Kevin JohnsCopywriter, United Kingdom
  • Kevin LanCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Kevin Lan
    • Kevin Lan

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2003
  • Kevin MacMillanDirector, Australia
  • Kevin TehGraphic Designer, Australia
    Kevin Teh
    • Kevin Teh

    • Graphic Designer
    • Australia
    • Member since 2017
  • Kieran O'SullivanGraphic Designer, United Kingdom
  • Kim GehrigDirector/Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Kingsley GratrickFounding Partner, United Kingdom
  • Kjell RamsdalCreative Director/Partner, Norway
    Kjell Ramsdal
    • Kjell Ramsdal

    • Creative Director/Partner
    • Norway
    • Member since 2008
    Norwegian Art Director with a passion for branding, innovation, design, identities – and books!
  • Klara Vilshammer Christiansen, Denmark
    Klara Vilshammer Christiansen
    • Klara Vilshammer Christiansen

    • Denmark
    • Member since 2013
    Hi! I'm Klara, a curious creative born and raised in comfy Copenhagen. The short story is that I’m just a word nerd who learned Photoshop. I am also a hard worker, a skilled coffee drinker and a lover of all things a little off.
  • Komal HelyerVP of Marketing, United Kingdom
  • Kristal KnightSenior Art Director, New Zealand
    Kristal Knight
    • Kristal Knight

    • Senior Art Director
    • New Zealand
    • Member since 2011
    Creative Director at Saatchi&Saatchi
  • Kristel CornellCreative Director / Designer, United Kingdom
    Kristel Cornell
    • Kristel Cornell

    • Creative Director / Designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2015
    I'm a multidisciplinary creative director with over 15 years of experience. I believe good work is right for the audience, distinctive for the brand, and serves a clear need for the business. Great work does all this with a strong dose of surprise and delight. I'm hands-on and always willing to get stuck in. I pay particular attention to effective creative management: happy teams, doing their best work, knowing their colleagues and boss have their back. I keep my creative client relations honest, collaborative, and transparent. Firm believer in Wheaton's Law.
  • Kristen BellAssociate Creative Director, United States
    Kristen Bell
    • Kristen Bell

    • Associate Creative Director
    • United States
    • Member since 2019
    Kristen is a Brooklyn based Creative Director and co-inventor of See Sound.
  • Kristian ShepherdJunior Designer, United Kingdom
  • Kristina Brigitte LangheinCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Kristina Brigitte Langhein
    • Kristina Brigitte Langhein

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1997
  • Kristina EllisECD, United States
  • Kylie McLeanDesigner, United Kingdom
  • L.A. RonayneCreative Director, United Kingdom
    L.A. Ronayne
    • L.A. Ronayne

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2016
    Group creative director, Anomaly. Contributing editor, Riposte Magazine. Trustee, D&AD 2016-2019. Dubliner. Failed cocktail waitress. Experience in internet, editorial, TV and having a nice time. Digital Storytelling Masterclass tutor for D&AD Professional Development, D&AD New Blood Burger King jury president 2018. Campaign/Creative Equals Future Female Leader 2017. D&AD Direct Marketing judge 2017. D&AD New Blood AmazonFresh jury president 2017. D&AD New Blood TOMS jury president 2016. Cannes Lions See It Be It alumna 2016. D&AD Digital Advertising judge 2015. IPA Woman of Tomorrow winner 2014. Saint Martin's alumna 2008. Capricorn. UK 4.5. Based in Hackney and in raised eyebrows.
  • Lade ObembeCreative - Promos, United Kingdom
  • Larry BarkerWriter, United Kingdom
  • Lars MarsCreative Director / Sr Art Director / Founder, United States
  • Laura GallagherHead of Design, United Kingdom
  • Laura GregoryCEO, United Kingdom
    Laura Gregory
    • Laura Gregory

    • CEO
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1994
  • laura jordan bambachChief Creative Officer, United Kingdom
  • Laura SalisburyDirector - Laura Salisbury Graphic Design Ltd., United Kingdom
    Laura Salisbury
    • Laura Salisbury

    • Director - Laura Salisbury Graphic Design Ltd.
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2014
    With over fourteen years’ experience in developing brand identities and communication strategies, I also create bespoke print and publication work for a range of clients. Key sectors include architecture, the music industry, sport, the arts and healthcare. I previously worked as a design consultant for the London and International Architecture department of Atkins Global where I was tasked with renewing their brand identity and all related marketing collateral. I also created bid material for the Structural, Building Services and Interior Design departments within the company. Prior to setting up my own practice, I worked as a graphic designer with internationally renowned architectural practice Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (formerly Richard Rogers Partnership). My formative education and training are in fine art and photography.
  • Lauren KellerExecutive Producer, United States
  • Lauren RatcliffSenior Marketing Executive, United Kingdom
    Lauren Ratcliff
    • Lauren Ratcliff

    • Senior Marketing Executive
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2016
  • Laurence BlumeManaging Director, United Kingdom
    Laurence Blume
    • Laurence Blume

    • Managing Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1982
    Freelance Copywriter since 2000. Previously Copywriter and Creative Director and Board Director at Boase Massimi Pollit, Ammirati Puris Lintas and DMB&B, and Copywriter at TBWA, FCB and Hall Advertising. D&AD Member since 1981.
  • Laurence HaskellPhotographer, United Kingdom
  • Laurent Robin-Prevallee3D Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Leanne Swift, United Kingdom
  • Lee Barnes, United Kingdom
  • Lee ConnettHead of Designer, United Kingdom
  • Lee DeverillCreative Director / Partner, United Kingdom
  • Lee ThomasGlobal Head of Content, United Kingdom
  • Leo LinDesigner, Taiwan
  • Leonard FaberCreative Strategist, United States
  • Lesley FarrGraphic Designer, Design Supervisor, United Kingdom
  • Leyton HardwickCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Liam DonnellySenior Copywriter / Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Liam McHugh, United Kingdom
  • Lisa Barron, United Kingdom
  • Lisa Blythman-WoodCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Lisa Blythman-Wood
    • Lisa Blythman-Wood

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2012
    Award-winning creative leader, with over 20 years experience working across a large spectrum of disciplines from retail to FMCG, corporate to social, digital and ambient, UK and Worldwide. I believe that technology can enable greater human experiences, but we should never forget those experiences must deliver value to clients and their customers. I have gained the vision and ability to generate great ideas and develop these into virtual and real environments. Encouraging young people into my industry has always been a passion. We need to work with emerging talent in order to meet the future employment opportunities being created across this expanding sector, this year will be no different. I always feel highly energizing by ever expanding horizons for students and believe it is really important for me and my agency to show commit to bring new talent, raising awareness and representing the industry we work in.
  • Lisa DesforgesStrategy Director, United Kingdom
    Lisa Desforges
    • Lisa Desforges

    • Strategy Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2006
    A specialist in creative strategy, concept development, copywriting and name creation, Lisa currently heads up the strategy department at B&B studio. Over the past 20 years, she has worked as a creative consultant to a select group of design agencies in London and New York City, and directly for brands in the UK, USA and Japan. A natural multitasker, Lisa divides her time between developing focused brand positioning and creative strategy for new and growing brands, creating names for entrepreneurial start-ups, and crafting advertising, packaging and promotional copy for all kinds of businesses. She has written three books for brands on the subjects of typography, spirits marketing and Belgian beer, and her work has been recognised by the D&AD, DBA, Design Week, Fab, The Dieline, Pentawards, Mobius and Transform juries.
  • Lisa Marshall - Hill, United Kingdom
  • Lise BrianAssociate Director, United Kingdom
  • Livingstone Kyobe, United Kingdom
    Livingstone Kyobe
    • Livingstone Kyobe

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2009
    Disabled AF Exploratory Storyteller and Adventurer. Creating relationships, stories, and magic. A Continual WIP. I am an independent consultant, speaker, and writer on Disability, Creativity, and Equitability (characterised by equity or fairness; just and right; fair; reasonable: equitable treatment of all citizens). The igniter of hearts creatively, a South Asian disabled wheelchair user exploratory storyteller and adventurer, I love to create relationships, stories, and magic. Also, I am the award-winning Founder and Chief Purpose Officer of ThisAbility Limited, which is a disability-led equity business. We exist to ignite, invest in, and amplify disabled creativity across the world for a Just tomorrow. With over 30-years lived-experience of disability and over 10-years experience in the creative industries (and deeply invested in working towards disability justice and disability solidarity), I work tirelessly to destabilise the accepted narratives of creativity and disability, changing the culture to make equity the default via disabled creativity. And I am an active (non-optical) intersectional accomplice-in-progress and a continual work-in-progress too, relentlessly and unapologetically.
  • Liz GrobCourse Leader BA (Hons) Illustration, United Kingdom
  • Liz HaroldManaging Partner, United Kingdom
  • Lorens PerssonSound Designer/Engineer, South Africa
  • Lorezno FruzzaHead of Design, United Kingdom
    Lorezno Fruzza
    • Lorezno Fruzza

    • Head of Design
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
  • Louca EfthemiAssociate Director - Head of EMEA Pitch Design, United Kingdom
  • Louis Jensen, United Kingdom
    Louis Jensen
    • Louis Jensen

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2020
    Experienced creative director, producer, project manager, artist liaison, philanthropist, activist and editor-in-chief with extensive experience working with global organisations on worldwide projects and campaigns. A positive and diligent team leader who’s passionate about the business to champion ideas, delivering first-class results, and thrives off the challenges within a dynamic fast-paced working environment. Bringing with me...talent, adaptability, ambition, self-motivation, confidence, limitless imagination, entrepreneurial skills, and creative drive.
  • Louis SchiavoneProfessor, Dept Advertising & Public Relations, United Kingdom
  • Louise Jones, United Kingdom
  • Lucia Hendricks, United Kingdom
  • Lucilla LavenderDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Lucy FeehanMid-Weight Graphic Designer, United Kingdom
  • Lucy HolmesFounder & Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Lucy Holmes
    • Lucy Holmes

    • Founder & Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2002
    Lucy trained at the Rhode Island School of Design in the USA. There she came into contact with the excitement and disciplines of graphic design as a way of seeing things, as a way of life. She spent her formative years in the design business working at Pentagram, the world’s leading independent design company. She picked up good habits and good friends surrounded by people of the highest talent and achievement in design. In 2000 she co-founded Holmes Wood, which became a world leader in the design of direction and information schemes, focusing on visitor spaces as an expression of branding. International clients included major galleries, museums and other arts institutions, corporate groups, commercial and service organisations, mainly in the UK but also in Europe and the USA. As Creative Director she oversaw work that was seen as original and appropriate with special attention paid to detail, quality and craft. Lucy is a multiple award winner from professional bodies, including D&AD, DBA, ISTD and SEGD. She is a Fellow of the RSA, and Board Member of SEGD. She regularly speaks on design internationally and has been a visiting assessor at a number of design schools, most recently Bath Spa University. She established Holmes Studio in 2019.
  • Lucy Hughes, United Kingdom
    Lucy Hughes
    • Lucy Hughes

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2020
  • Luis Garcia-Villalba, Spain
  • Luis Muñoz Jean BaptisteDirector / Graphic Designer, Malta
    Luis Muñoz Jean Baptiste
    • Luis Muñoz Jean Baptiste

    • Director / Graphic Designer
    • Malta
    • Member since 2018
    Born in Panama, Luis has lived in various countries over the past 20 years including Spain, Andorra, the UK and Malta. He is a member of LogoLounge (a research and networking tool for graphic designers based in Kansas, US) and D&AD (a UK-based group of designers and art directors that work on celebrating creative communication and raising standards within the industry). He graduated from Universidad Latinoamericana de Ciencias y Tecnología (ULACIT) in Panama as a graphic designer and read post-graduate studies in Spain. Luis has worked on various international projects both in Malta and overseas. Currently, Luis is working on a project called Logos de Panamá (Panama Logos). Aimed at compiling and investigating logos that were designed and used in the 20th century in the Republic of Panama.
  • Luis Sierra Monteverde, United States
  • Luke BeauchampProducer, United Kingdom
  • Luke ChawnerDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Luke GiffordGraphic Designer, United Kingdom
  • Luke ManningFounder/Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Luke WickerCreative, United States
  • Lydia ThornleyDesigner, creative director, illustrator, United Kingdom
    Lydia Thornley
    • Lydia Thornley

    • Designer, creative director, illustrator
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2004
    I’m a designer, creative director and illustrator. I make brand identities work. I design for communications. I illustrate for events, marketing and workshops. I am a speaker on design practice and process. All of my work is driven by curiosity. I work solo and in collaboration, in east London, for local, national and international clients and on self-generated projects.
  • Lynda Relph-KnightDesign writer, curator and consultant, United Kingdom
  • Lyndsey Websterlecturer, United Kingdom
  • Lynn TrickettDesign Director, United Kingdom
  • Madeleine BennettDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Malcolm Garrett RDICreative, United Kingdom
  • Malcolm KennardDesign Consultant, United Kingdom
  • Malcolm PoyntonGlobal Chief Creative Officer, United Kingdom
    Malcolm Poynton
    • Malcolm Poynton

    • Global Chief Creative Officer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1997
    Malcolm joined Cheil Worldwide at the beginning of 2015 as the Network's Global Cheif Creative Officer. Having led teams responsible for award-winning firsts as diverse as Foot Locker's Sneakerpedia, Dove's Campaign for Real Beauty, British Airways' Johnny Foreigner campaign and Samsung's #BeFearless VR program, Malcolm is a recognised industry influencer and speaker. Recently named one of AdAge magazine's 'World's Top 10 Digital Minds' and named by TechCity Insider as one of the UK's leading Digital Innovators, Malcolm has twice served as Cannes Jury President. Under Malcolm creative leadership, Cheil Worldwide has emerged as one of the world's leading creative networks, helping Samsung win Marketer of the Year titles at Cannes Lions, EPICA and AdFest. Prior to joining Cheil, Malcolm was Chief Creative Officer at SapientNitro and a member the Sapient global leadership team. M&CSaatchi, Saatchi&Saatchi, Ogilvy and SapientNitro have all won Agency of the Year titles during his creative leadership.
  • Mandy ScottDigital Librarian, New Zealand
  • Manny Soomal, United Kingdom
  • Manuel Molinari, Germany
    Manuel Molinari
    • Manuel Molinari

    • Germany
    • Member since 2019
    Hello world! My name is Manuel. I’m a recent graduate from Hochschule RheinMain in Wiesbaden, Germany. Creativity is my passion. What gets me out of bed in the morning is the desire to create something new. (I usually have to set two alarm clocks to wake up, though.) They say “you can’t polish a turd”. Therefore, I’m trying my best to come up with clever ideas that make my projects unique and entertaining. Craving some fun? Check out my website.
  • Marc AtkinsonCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Marc GuillonCreative director, France
  • Marc HoylerAssistant Art Director, United Kingdom
  • Marc WardSerials Librarian, United Kingdom
  • Marcello M MinaleManaging Director, United Kingdom
  • Marco ConstantinouGraphic designer, United Kingdom
  • Marco GiustiVP Creative International, United Kingdom
  • Marcus DiamondSenior Lecturer in Graphic Design, United Kingdom
  • Marghanita Muris, United Kingdom
  • Mariana AndradeTutor - Advertising, United Kingdom
  • Marie RonnGroup Creative Director, United States
    Marie Ronn
    • Marie Ronn

    • Group Creative Director
    • United States
    • Member since 2020
  • Marie-Therese HumerSenior Art Director, Germany
    Marie-Therese Humer
    • Marie-Therese Humer

    • Senior Art Director
    • Germany
    • Member since 2018
    Marie-Therese Humer is what you call a true international. Born and raised in Vienna, she lived in busy Paris where she worked at KENZO and cozy Zurich, before she joined Jung von Matt in Hamburg. A couple of years later she moved to thjnk’s design hot shop loved as a Senior Art Director. Just as versatile as her CV is her work as an Art Director. Its mixture of advertising and design, conceptual and visual work has excited award juries from Cannes to New York, via Las Vegas back to London. As you might guess, traveling is an essential part of Marie-Therese’s life, just as much as quoting “The King of Queens” or “Friends”. Or both.
  • marina cattaneoPresident, Italy
  • Marion MorrisonSenior Lecturer BA (Hons) Graphic Design, United Kingdom
  • mark adamsChief Innovation Officer, United Kingdom
  • Mark BennettDirector, United Kingdom
  • Mark BerginCEO, Australia
  • Mark BonnerStrategic Brand Creativity, United Kingdom
    Mark Bonner
    • Mark Bonner

    • Strategic Brand Creativity
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2002
    Mark Bonner MA(RCA) Strategic Brand Creativity /B.randed Former Co-Creative Director GBH London and D&AD President 2015 Mark graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1993 and worked at The Partners, Carter Wong & Partners and SAS before co-founding multi-disciplinary graphics group GBH In 1999. Now 20 strong, GBH works internationally solving communications problems across the disciplines for clients such as Alajmo, America’s Cup, BMW, Eurostar, Flos, Louis Vuitton, Mikli Eyewear, North Sails, Puma, Royal Mail, Starck Network, SBE Entertainment, Virgin Galactic and Yotel. GBH has consistently ranked within the UK’s top ten most creative design groups by awards won (DW Hot 100 Survey) since its foundation in 1999, reaching No. 2 in 2007 and again in 2011. Mark began his relationship with D&AD via a Student Yellow Pencil in 1991 and has now won 43 D&AD Awards including four Yellow and nine D&AD Graphite Pencils as well as six Design Week Award wins including Best of Show in 2003 and a Silver Award at the New York Art Directors Club amongst many others. Mark is visiting lecturer at Kingston, LCC, UAG, UAB and New Bucks Universities, and is a regular judge in industry awards schemes including eight times at D&AD. A four-year stint on D&AD’s Board of Trustees culminated in Mark serving as the 52nd D&AD President in 2015.
  • Mark BrownConsultant and Cogmeister for Street Wisdom, United Kingdom
  • Mark Chatelier, United Kingdom
  • Mark DaltonMarketing Director, United Kingdom
  • Mark DentonBoss, United Kingdom
    Mark Denton
    • Mark Denton

    • Boss
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2001
    Mark is just getting the hang of advertising after 37 years playing around at it. He’s been a partner of a famous ad agency and the owner of a design company. He’s launched a magazine, re-launched Britain’s oldest advertising organisation and put on the UK’s first ever World Championship Mexican Wrestling event. Other jobs include Knitting Digest’s premier paste-up artist, visualiser, art director, creative director and everything in between. He’s currently directing, designing and bossing people about at COY! Communications. Denton has produced winning work for Nike, Wrangler, Heineken, Levis, Greenpeace and many, many, many more. He really has won an obscenely large amount of awards. Especially if you count bronzes and certificates (and he does count them – regularly). Current projects include an exhibition and documentary on youth culture, and a range of leisure wear. But is he still available to shoot commercials? I hear you ask… you bet!
  • Mark DickensArt Director, United Kingdom
    Mark Dickens
    • Mark Dickens

    • Art Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2004
    I started my career in advertising in Manchester. After a couple of years, I moved somewhere with even more rainfall - Hamburg, where I wrote my first ads, got my first experience of life in Cannes and learnt about the offside rule. I moved back to London to work at Leagas Delaney. Three years and 47 ads later, I moved to Partners BDDH where I was group head on Mercedes, the Guardian and TFL accounts. From 2001 to 2003 I spent a couple of years travelling and freelancing at agencies including Ogilvy, McCanns, DLKW and HHCL and partners. In 2003 I was made Head of Art at HHCL. I was responsible for all the agency’s print work, as well as working across a couple of high profile accounts. I also worked on several pitch wins, including Sky and Godiva. In 2006 I went to Wunderman, where I tried something out of my comfort zone, and got on a couple of Cannes shortlists for my troubles. I then spent 5 years at Iris London as Creative Director, learning about the new media landscape, and trying everything from brand creation to social media activation and helping improve the agencies Campaign School report score from 5 to 8. I also got used to managing creative teams, client relationships and arriving home late for dinner. For the last few years I have been working at M&C Saatchi, across the RBS brands Nat West and Royal Bank of Scotland and helping launch John Lewis Finance.
  • mark field, United Kingdom
  • Mark FurnellFounder & Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Mark GassGroup Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Mark GreenwoodPartner, United Kingdom
  • Mark HarwoodPhotographer, United Kingdom
  • Mark HoskerCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Mark Howard, United Kingdom
  • Mark HunterExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Mark Hunter
    • Mark Hunter

    • Executive Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2002
    Hello. My name is Mark and I'm the executive creative director at the Community, London. As a Canadian living in England with a South African wife, two kids who were born in the Netherlands and a dog, Howard, who is from Ireland, it's clear I'm very confused about nationality and the meaning of 'home'. The good news is, that's never stopped me from making great work wherever I've been. Work-wise, that's all that matters to me. PS, despite what it says above there, I've been a D+AD member since 2001 thankyouverymuch!
  • Mark HurstCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Mark Hurst
    • Mark Hurst

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1993
    Mark Hurst is a Designer, Writer, Art Director and Filmmaker who started life at the Chase before spending 20 years in advertising working in some of the best shops in London. His unconventional design background led to famous campaigns for Magnum, Levi’s and ‘There’s Latin Spirit in Everyone’ for Bacardi Breezer. He was responsible for Wickes 'It's got our name on it', Swiftcover's 'Get a life', 'We can be bothered' by Simplyhealth and Alpro's 'Enjoy Plant Power'. He made Iggy Pop the nation’s favourite insurance salesman, created Wickesy the dog, a 50ft Mel B playing Costabingo in the London landscape and a teeny tiny Verne Troyer as ‘The Boss’ inside casino. Today he’s running the Chase in London with the emphasis on brand fame; impacting popular culture. He likes populist work that makes people do something.
  • Mark LivniSenior Art Director, United Kingdom
    Mark Livni
    • Mark Livni

    • Senior Art Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
    Probably best known for my work on "The Great Cover-Up" - a campaign which read between the lines, sparked furious debate throughout South Africa, pick up an award and all by using only a pair of scissors and a glue stick. In a heavily saturated fast-food segment, my work for burger chain Steers, was able to cut through the clutter, show off just how big (or small) Steers XXXL chips are compared to the mighty King Kong. XXXL won numerous awards, not only for creative execution but more importantly for craft. Originally from South Africa, I've spent some 13 years perfecting my craft, working in big-name agencies (TBWA, FCB, and Ogilvy) in Johannesburg, London, and Tel Aviv.
  • Mark MulhernCEO, United States
  • Mark Nicholson, United Kingdom
  • Mark PadfieldCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Mark Padfield
    • Mark Padfield

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2001
    Mark is a BAFTA award-winning design and creative specialist with more than 25 years’ experience in advertising. He learned his trade in some of London’s biggest agencies, working across print, advertising, digital and film. Key clients have included Burger King, McDonald’s, Diageo, the Army, Subaru and MTV.
  • Mark RoalfeCo-Founder and Executive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Mark SchulzHead of Words, United Kingdom
    Mark Schulz
    • Mark Schulz

    • Head of Words
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2009
    Hello, I'm a writer and brand language consultant. I work for True & Good. We help companies all around the world use words to become more successful. If you'd like to find out how, ring 020 7160 6280. Mark
  • Mark TutsselExecutive Chairman and Chief Creative Officer, United States
  • Mark WatersCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Mark Winter, United Kingdom
  • Mark WoodSenior Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Mark Wood
    • Mark Wood

    • Senior Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2014
    A Senior Creative Director at Superunion, Mark has experience in creating and developing brands for a variety of clients including Apple, Argos, BBC, D&AD, Intu, and Land Securities.  A graduate of The University of Brighton, he is dedicated to creating ideas that are simple and of significance. Over the past 18 years, Mark has gained numerous awards and recognition including D&AD, Design Week and Cannes Lions awards. However his proudest moment was delivering his second child (not intentionally).
  • Marksteen AdamsonCreative Partner, United Kingdom
    Marksteen Adamson
    • Marksteen Adamson

    • Creative Partner
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1996
    MARKSTEEN ADAMSON Marksteen has gained an international reputation for being an inspiring creative strategist and problem solver, advising global companies, governments, countries and charities on brand strategy and brand behaviour. Marksteen was Global Creative Director of Interbrand and joint Director of its worldwide steering committee, building and overseeing the creative teams in London, Amsterdam and New York before making the move to set up ASHA in 2002. He is a visiting D&AD college lecturer and conference speaker, writes articles, and is frequently on television and radio. Marksteen’s award-winning work as Global Creative Director of Interbrand includes: ‘Welcome to Estonia’ (a unique brand identity project commissioned by the Estonian government to re-brand and re-position Estonia); the brand identity for PWC; the global brand refresh for Orange, and the multi-D&AD award-winning Niceday brand identity for WH Smith. He was also responsible for the rebrand of the RaboBank in the Netherlands, Guinness Mahon Private Bank, and helping set up, brand and name the global movement – WeAreWhatWeDo. The awards have continued for his agency and more recently ASHA was ranked in Design Week’s Top 100 as one of the most awarded agencies in the UK. As well as overseeing all creative work, brand strategy, innovation and driving the business direction and social objectives of Agency ASHA, Marksteen also has personal projects he works on in-between client and family commitments. Some of these include: Co-founder of The New Life Secondary School in Tanzania. Founder of The Big Cold Turkey Foundation. Co-founder and Trustee of The Cheltenham Design Foundation and Festival Creative Director. King’s – Community coffee house. ‘Behold The Man’ – Study of addiction and homelessness. ‘The Stations’ – Project tracing the emotional journey of refugees. ‘PEEL’ – A study of identity created by young people. ‘The Sober Parrot’ – Alcohol free venue in Cheltenham. Marksteen grew up on a mission station deep inside the savannah of Tanzania. Working across the world, he has lived in Denmark, Holland, the US and the UK. He speaks four languages, writes a fifth, is a keen cyclist and motorcyclist and an avid collector of many things. He believes that everyone has the ability to be creative and is committed to teaching young people how to express their imagination and ideas through creative thinking. He also writes music and plays numerous instruments. He lives with his wife Louise in Cheltenham and has four children, a cheeky Patterdale Terrier and two cats: Tom and Jerry.
  • Markus DaubenbuechelManaging Creative Director, Germany
    Markus Daubenbuechel
    • Markus Daubenbuechel

    • Managing Creative Director
    • Germany
    • Member since 2015
    Markus shot his first photos when he was three or four years old. Growing up in a family of artists and film people, he has been fascinated by design since an early age. After graduating from The Instituto Europeo di Design in Milan with a degree in Design & Photography, he went to work in the advertising industry. His career has spanned several agencies and countries, but he has spent most of his professional life in Germany. He is a highly awarded creative, who's work has been recognized with many major industry awards including D&AD, Cannes Lions, The One Show, Clio, LIA, New York Festivals and ADC. Markus is a member of the ADC Germany and the D&AD. As Managing Creative Director of Scholz & Friends Hamburg, he is responsible for the overall creative vision of the agency.
  • Marta AnzaniCorporate Manager, Italy
  • Martin AskewCreative Manager, United Kingdom
  • Martin BoaseFormer Chairman, United Kingdom
  • Martin Lambie-NairnExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Martin LawlessCreative Director / Founder, United Kingdom
  • Martin LoreDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Martin RootCompany Director, United Kingdom
  • Martin SchooleyCourse Leader, United Kingdom
  • Martin SmithChairman, United Kingdom
  • Martino Spavento, United Kingdom
  • Martyn WallworkCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Martyn Walsh, United Kingdom
    Martyn Walsh
    • Martyn Walsh

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1968
    Member since 1968 DDB 1967 -73 Art Director - 2 D&AD Silvers Design Director & Partner Intellect Games 1973-77 - Toy of The Year Award Saatchi & Saatchi Group Head 1977- 83 1 D&AD Silver Ogilvy & Mather Group Head 1984 - 87 1 1D&AD Silver Director Marketing Partnership 1987-90 Saatchi & Saatchi European Creative Director 1990 - 99 Campaign Poster of the Century - Labour isn't working Partridge & Walsh Consultancy 1999 - 2005 Pirelli Calendar Art Director & Designer 1984 - 1993 CREATIVE CONSULTANT since 2006
  • Mary LewisCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Mary Lewis
    • Mary Lewis

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1984
    Mary is the Creative Director and founding partner of Lewis Moberly. Her numerous awards include British Design & Art Direction Gold award, three Silver Awards, the President’s Award and the DBA Grand Prix. Mary holds a Pentaward Honorary Award for exceptional achievement. In 1995 she became the first woman President of British Design and Art Direction. Mary holds an Honorary Masters Degree from Surrey University, has chaired the BBC Graphic Design Awards and The Scottish Design Awards. She was the 2013 President of the Cannes Lions Design Jury and in 2014 guest speaker at Design Thinkers Conference in Toronto. She is an independent consultant to Marks and Spencer where she founded the Design Forum, and has been a member of the Royal Mail Stamps Advisory Committee. Mary is honoured by the Women’s Advertising Club of London as one of “75 Women of Achievement” and is a Prince Phillip Design Award nominee. Her award winning work is diverse. It includes brand design for Johnnie Walker, Moet and Chandon and Waitrose and identity design for La Grande Epicerie de Paris, Grand Hyatt, LVMH, St Pancras and Gatwick Airport. Mary has been a keynote speaker at Luxe Pack in Monaco, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the President Nelson Mandela Creative Conference in Johannesburg and the Fiat Conference ‘I Colori Della Vita’. She has been profiled in the Sunday Times and the Financial Times and is co author of Understanding Brands.
  • Masaki FukumoriPresident, United Kingdom
    Masaki Fukumori
    • Masaki Fukumori

    • President
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2012
    After working at Katachi, Masaki Fukumori established Three & Co. in 2004. He spent dark five months with no work owing to the unfounded confidence. He looks back, “Simply because there was this period of time, the design of my own came into sight a little”. After that, while troubling a lot of people and also supported by them, he makes every effort to create the design from now on. Based on the thought unbiased by viewpoints and media of graphic design, not only media advertisement, package, ephemera, but he widen the fields of design to also furniture and stationery and shows them to domestic and overseas. His work appeared on the cover of “Archive”, the magazine from Austria Salzburg, as a Japanese for the first time.
  • Matt BennettCCO, United Kingdom
    Matt Bennett
    • Matt Bennett

    • CCO
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2017
    CCO - ZAK agency, London.
  • Matt BuelsManaging Partner, United Kingdom
  • Matt CollisonDirector, United Kingdom
  • Matt Forrest, United Kingdom
  • Matt JudgeFreelance Brand and Design Creative, United Kingdom
  • Matt LeverChief Creative Officer, United Kingdom
  • Matt LurcockLead Designer, United Kingdom
  • Matt RobertsDigital Designer, United Kingdom
  • Matt TurrellExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Matt WalkerCreative Lead, United Kingdom
  • Matt WatsonCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Matt Watson
    • Matt Watson

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
    An award-winning Executive Creative Director that firmly believes in thought-provoking storytelling. An integrated thinker at heart that has honed my trade all over the world for some of the biggest brands. Lucky enough to work for and with some of the best agencies and talent out there.
  • Matthew AndersonArt Director, United Kingdom
  • Matthew BatesSenior designer, United Kingdom
    Matthew Bates
    • Matthew Bates

    • Senior designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2007
    We are LMC, an independent creative agency founded in 1985 and working across a broad range of disciplines, both in print and on screen. Our home is in Camden, North West London; our clients are sprinkled across the country and around the world. We pride ourselves on the strong relationships we build with our clients, some of which have relied upon LMC for the best part of 30 years. Our portfolio features projects for international businesses with multi-million pound budgets and work for small start-ups with limited resources. LMC aims to add value to every brief. Our guiding principle is that all communication in whatever medium should seek to change consumers’ attitudes or their behaviour. Our work is based on clear thinking and effective creative solutions combined with productive working relationships with our clients.
  • Matthew BuelsReceptionist, United Kingdom
  • Matthew GrahamCreative Head, United Kingdom
  • matthew huntDesign Director, United Kingdom
    matthew hunt
    • matthew hunt

    • Design Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2018
  • Matthew KayDirector, United Kingdom
    Matthew Kay
    • Matthew Kay

    • Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2009
  • Matthew LoweSenior Designer, United Kingdom
  • Matthew LyallDesign and Production Director, United Kingdom
    Matthew Lyall
    • Matthew Lyall

    • Design and Production Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2017
    Notherner. Londoner. Design & Production director at 1000heads. Facilitator and tutor at MA achievee. Mentor at UAL. Compulsive to-do list maker.
  • Matthew TollissGraphic Designer, United Kingdom
    Matthew Tolliss
    • Matthew Tolliss

    • Graphic Designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2000
  • Matthew WatsonExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Matthias HarbeckExecutive Creative Director, Germany
    Matthias Harbeck
    • Matthias Harbeck

    • Executive Creative Director
    • Germany
    • Member since 2010
  • Matthias StorathChief Creative Officer, Germany
    Matthias Storath
    • Matthias Storath

    • Chief Creative Officer
    • Germany
    • Member since 2009
    Matthias is a manager in the creative industry who believes in the power of communication. Currently, he is Chief Creative Officer at HEIMAT, Berlin and a partner at TBWA\ Group Germany. At HEIMAT, Berlin he has successfully led a strategy centered on holistic brand thinking. He has fostered an agency culture that brings people together across disciplines – from social media to technology to design. The result has been a standout digital product that earned HEIMAT, Berlin its first-ever number-one spot in German creative rankings. Matthias implementation of new approaches to producing digital campaign assets also led to HEIMAT, Berlin becoming the first advertising agency to be ranked among the top 5 most creative production companies in 2018. Prior to his roles at HEIMAT and TBWA\ Matthias successfully led Ogilvy & Mather, Frankfurt as Managing Director. Matthias’s work has ranged from international brands such as Boston Consulting, Asics, Audi, Coca-Cola, Hornbach, Ikea, IWC, McDonald’s and Pampers, to local organisations such as Free Democrats, Jewish Council, Das Handwerk.
  • Maxim YoungFilm editor | Owner, United Kingdom
    Maxim Young
    • Maxim Young

    • Film editor | Owner
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2014
    Maxim Young is a British film editor working in commercials, features and promo videos. His style can be described as energy-filled and fluid, combining an intense viewing experience with a key lightness of touch. His work has several areas of focus, one of which is his arts-based collaborations which have helped artists to realise their moving image projects. He also works closely with fashion photographers to produce their own films. Another is more commercial and sports-orientated and has seen him working with major brands such as Nike, Adidas & Beats, bringing his knowledge and expertise to a fast-moving visual world.
  • Maximiliano ChananCreative Partner, United Kingdom
    Maximiliano Chanan
    • Maximiliano Chanan

    • Creative Partner
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2011
    I've started my career in Brazil in the late 1990's as a Graphic Designer. After a while I moved into a more conceptual role as an art direction, and later as a writer. In 2007 I moved to The Netherlands which was the start of an international journey which brought me to places like Canada, USA, United Kingdom, Japan and China. After spending my whole career in agencies such as DDB Amsterdam, Sidlee, AKQA and McCann – I felt that the next natural step was to start something of my own. I joined forces with a couple of my best friends to start Knas Creative.
  • Megan Cullen, United Kingdom
  • Mia Brown, United Kingdom
  • Micah WalkerCCO/Co-Founder, United States
    Micah Walker
    • Micah Walker

    • CCO/Co-Founder
    • United States
    • Member since 2005
    Micah is the Co-Founder of creative studio Bear Meets Eagle on Fire. His 25 plus years in the industry across the US, UK, Europe, Asia and Australia includes time as one of the Creative Partners at Fallon London, as Creative Director at Wieden + Kennedy Portland and ECD roles for Mojo, the Monkeys and Leo Burnett. Micah's work in design and advertising has been recognised with over 200 international awards, including D&AD awards in both design and advertising.
  • Michael Beauchamp3D Design Director, United Kingdom
    Michael Beauchamp
    • Michael Beauchamp

    • 3D Design Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2016
    As 3D Design Director at Pearlfisher, Mike leads their award winning offering of product, industrial and experiential 3D digital design. Day-to-day, Mike is responsible for creating, developing and refining 3D products for Pearlfisher's clients that will enhance how their consumers perceive and interact with the various brand touch-points across the consumer journey.
  • Michael BradleyProgramme Leader MA Photography, United Kingdom
  • Michael CampbellCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • michael christodoulou, United States
  • Michael CoulterCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Michael Coulter
    • Michael Coulter

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1994
    The World's only ex-DandAD Copy judge & ex-DoLectures Creative Director, to coach Stanford University Professor BJ Fogg's Tiny Habits® Method of behaviour design method to creatives. (So far.)
  • Michael CourtholdDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Michael CravenOwner, United Kingdom
  • Michael EvamyWriter, United Kingdom
  • Michael GaldaManaging Partner, Germany
  • Michael GeogheganDirector, United Kingdom
  • Michael GoreCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Michael GreenLecturer in Digital Media, United Kingdom
    Michael Green
    • Michael Green

    • Lecturer in Digital Media
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2014
    Higher education and digital media professional with a Doctor of Philosophy focused in Digital Arts from University of Kent. Currently a Lecturer in Digital Media and Director of Studies for Design Undergraduate courses.
  • Michael JohnsonCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Michael Johnson
    • Michael Johnson

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1996
    Michael graduated from University with a 1st in Visual Art and Marketing, then proceeded to work around the world with eight different jobs in London, Sydney, Melbourne, Tokyo and New York. Aged 28, he decided to create his own company, Johnson Banks. Today, the consultancy is established as one of the pre-eminent European identity and branding companies, regularly competing for projects against companies ten times its size and twice its age, with clients as far afield as Beijing, Doha and San Francisco. The success of the company has been reflected in the numerous awards that Johnson has collected over the past two decades, including 8 D&AD Pencils (one of them a very rare black one). Dozens of his designs are held in the permanent collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, and both the Guardian and Independent newspapers have recently identified him as one of Britain’s foremost designers. Michael served on the D&AD executive board for four years before being appointed president in 2003, the year that his project to celebrate forty years of D&AD (Rewind) was commemorated with an exhibition at the V&A and a Phaidon book of the same name. His first book, Problem Solved (Phaidon Press) has just been revamped for a second edition and he is researching two further titles.
  • Michael McCormickChief Creative Officer, United States
  • Michael Pearson, United Kingdom
    Michael Pearson
    • Michael Pearson

    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2015
    After over a decade of pushing pixels, compiling code, script writing, filming, editing, animating, scoping, strategising and building brands (roughly in that order) at agencies large and small, decided it was time to do the right thing. It was time to MMMuiltiply. Creative Director @ MMMultiply.
  • Michael PeterLecturer Illustration, United Kingdom
  • Michael RobinsonGraphic Designer/Illustrator, United Kingdom
  • Michael SmithDesign Director, United Kingdom
  • Michael WolffDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Michelle LockwoodTechnician Instructor, United Kingdom
  • Michiel de VreedeCreative Director, Belgium
    Michiel de Vreede
    • Michiel de Vreede

    • Creative Director
    • Belgium
    • Member since 2020
  • Miho AishimaSenior Designer, United Kingdom
    Miho Aishima
    • Miho Aishima

    • Senior Designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2011
    Miho is a senior designer at Superunion. She has over a decade of experience, having both worked independently and at notable agencies such as johnson banks, SAS and CDT Design, where she developed her skills in graphic design as well as in brand research. She is a D&AD judge, New Blood judge, Shift mentor and D&AD Academy coach. Miho also enjoys working with social impact initiatives and start-ups, and likes to help younger creatives. She runs the Branding Clinics at Impact Hub Kings Cross, as well as mentoring at the Accelerator Academy start-up programme. She is also the co-founder of Rye Here Rye Now, a monthly networking event for designers which brings creative practitioners together in a social setting. Miho is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and has given talks and workshops at notable educational institutions such as Imperial College, UAL London College of Communications and University of Hertfordshire.
  • Miji NohIndustrial Designer, Korea, Republic of
    Miji Noh
    • Miji Noh

    • Industrial Designer
    • Korea, Republic of
    • Member since 2018
    Miji Noh is an experienced, multidisciplinary designer born in Korea, lived in Malaysia, Kuwait, Switzerland and the UK. - After graduating Industrial Design / BFA from Hongik University, she nurtured her professional career by working for various creative industries, from a global mobile & smart device company Motorola, a creative design studio - Cloud & Co., to a branding and art directing Hyundai Card Design Lab, as well as teaching full-time at Industrial Design Department, Hongik University. Graduated ÉCAL / MA in Product Design, 2018 and joined Native Design Ltd., London as a Senior Industrial Designer. Currently based in Seoul, South Korea.
  • Mike BrookingCopywriter, United Kingdom
  • Mike CaversExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Mike CullisFounding Partner/Managing Director, United Kingdom
  • Mike DempseyDesign Director, United Kingdom
  • Mike MiddletonArt Director Communications Design, Hong Kong
    Mike Middleton
    • Mike Middleton

    • Art Director Communications Design
    • Hong Kong
    • Member since 2000
    Creative Director South East Asia and Korea, Universal Music Group Singapore
  • Mike MoloneyFounder & Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Mike Moloney
    • Mike Moloney

    • Founder & Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2016
    Mike Moloney is founder & creative director of Art&Graft, a multi-award winning motion design studio renowned for their insightful visual communication across narrative, campaign & branding projects. Mike began his career at Deepend before going on to direct music videos and commercials. In 2010 he founded Art&Graft and has enjoyed creative success in both the UK and US with campaigns for Cartoon Network, Virgin Atlantic Airways, BBC, The Washington Post, UKTV, The National Lottery and Harrods. Passionate about diversity in design education Mike is a visiting lecturer at UAL and Winchester School of Art as well as a regular speaker and judge at design awards and festivals in the UK and US.
  • Mike PinkneySenior Lecturer, United Kingdom
  • Mike ReedCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Mike SandsArt Director, United Arab Emirates
  • Mike SheldonGM Europe, Private Label Consumables, United Kingdom
  • Mike StephensonFreelance Senior Copywriter, United Kingdom
  • Mike Stuart, United Kingdom
  • Mike Villiers-StuartSenior Lecturer & Course Leader, United Kingdom
    Mike Villiers-Stuart
    • Mike Villiers-Stuart

    • Senior Lecturer & Course Leader
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2020
    I am a Senior Lecturer in MA/MSc Future Media and BA Digital Marketing in the Birmingham Institute of Creative Arts where I work with talented colleagues in teaching bright, hard-working students of advertising and marketing communications. This follows a wonderful 30 years in broadcasting where I worked with gifted and fun teams of professional creatives at the BBC, ITV, Al Jazeera and many more international TV, media and advertising agencies around the world to deliver on brief, get results and win awards. I've stood on the shoulders of giants and I'm sharing the view from there with all my associates in teaching and learning at Birmingham City University.
  • Miles MarshallDesign Director, United Kingdom
  • Millie Forrest, United Kingdom
  • Minaz NanjiDesign Coordinator, France
  • Miranda BolterDesign Director, United Kingdom
    Miranda Bolter
    • Miranda Bolter

    • Design Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2014
    After a ten year career in marketing, Miranda fulfilled a long-held dream and returned to art school to focus on her passion for design. This change in direction brought her to The Partners, where she has been since 2007, using her previous experience to deliver a strong blend of creativity and strategic thinking. She now leads a creative team working with a wide range of brands, from global giants to small not-for-profits and growing start-ups. Miranda’s work has been widely recognised by D&AD, Design Week, New York Festivals, Clio, and Cannes Lions, and has been published in John Sorrell’s Creative Island, an anthology of British creativity. Miranda is a passionate voice of diversity in the design industry and a regular contributor and commentator in the creative media.
  • Miranda WestFounder & Publisher, United Kingdom
    Miranda West
    • Miranda West

    • Founder & Publisher
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
    Founder and Publisher at The Do Book Company
  • Mitch BrockArt Director, United Kingdom
  • Mohamed LouanjliArt Director, Australia
  • Moira RiddellHead of Client Services, United Kingdom
  • Monica PirovanoDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Monty VerdiExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Monty Verdi
    • Monty Verdi

    • Executive Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2017
    Monty Verdi is Executive Creative Director of VCCP Kin, the agency’s content division. Day to day Verdi oversees the creative output of Kin, working with clients such as O2, Shell, easyJet, Kia, Nationwide, Domino’s, Cadbury and Unilever Monty’s career as an art director and Creative Director spans over 20 years with awards for creativity across every channel, from design, film and print to mobile digital and content. After leaving Central St Martin’s with a Degree in Graphic Design, Monty began his career at Mitchell Patterson Grime Mitchell, creating the first ever TV commercial to feature two men making love on British TV, for the charity RubberStuffers Condoms. In 2004 he joined Leo Burnett London where he created campaigns for Kellogg’s, Shelter, Department for Transport, Miller Genuine Draft, BlackBerry and McDonald’s, winning numerous awards for the McDonald’s Piccadilly Circus Digital Poster including Creative Circle Best Poster. He was promoted to Head of Art in 2008. In 2010 he followed Leo Burnett’s Executive Creative Director Jonathan Burley to CHI & Partners where as Creative Partner he ran a host of the agency’s brands, creating award winning work for the likes of TalkTalk, The Times, Argos, Samsung, and most notably Lexus Europe & Lexus International. The Lexus ‘Hoverboard’ campaign won over ninety awards including Gold, Silver and Bronze Cannes Lions as well as at Campaign Big, Creative Circle, The One Show, Eurobest and Epica. The haul included a Gold Cyber Lion, a Grand Prix for Branded Content and wins in categories as diverse as Product Design, PR, Content and Innovation. In 2017 he became Executive Creative Director of Omnicom Media Group’s content agency Drum, responsible for delivering campaigns for all the agency’s client partners. This included a campaign for Age UK which achieved their highest ever increase in donations and volunteers, producing the most successful social posts ever for McDonald’s and ground-breaking product integration for Porsche in James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke.
  • Moonyoung LeeExecutive Producer, Korea, Republic of
  • Morihiro HaranoCreative Director / Founder / Ceo, Japan
    Morihiro Harano
    • Morihiro Harano

    • Creative Director / Founder / Ceo
    • Japan
    • Member since 2009
    Morihiro Harano Creative Director / Founder Mori Inc. is a multi-talented creative director with stellar achievements not only in advertising but also in new business development, strategy, product design and media initiatives. Joining Dentsu in 1994, Harano was committed to helping the agency’s digital subsidiaries with their digital initiatives. After leaving Dentsu, Harano helped a media startup to conclude a successful IPO, following which, he returned to Dentsu to launch Drill, a non-traditional creative agency. In 2011, he co-founded PARTY and led it to win the Independent Agency of the Year at Spikes Asia 2012. Soon after, in 2012, he founded Mori Inc., which is selected as ‘The World's Leading Independent Agencies 2014’ by Campaign UK. His works include, among others, ‘OK Go: I Won't Let You Down’, ‘NTTDocomo: Xylophone’, ‘Honda. Great Journey.’, ‘Pola Dots’ and ‘Menicon: Magic’. Harano is a consistent award winner at home and abroad and has received to date a multitude of awards such as TED: Ads Worth Spreading, MTV Video Music Awards, D&AD Yellow Pencil, Cannes Gold Lions, One Show Gold Pencils and the Grands Prix at Spikes Asia and AdFest. He has also served as a judge and a jury president for numerous awards including D&AD (2013: the foreman for Mobile), Cannes Lions (2013: Innovation / 2012: T&I / 2009: Design) and Spikes Asia (2012: the jury president for Digital/Mobile).
  • Mukesh ParmarSenior Designer, United Kingdom
  • Myles PinfoldMD, United Kingdom
  • Myrna MacLeodLecturer in Graphic Design, United Kingdom
  • Nacho RojoCreative director, Spain
  • Nasir KhanFounder - Creative Producer, India
  • Nat BullardCreative Designer, United Kingdom
    Nat Bullard
    • Nat Bullard

    • Creative Designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2020
    I am an award winning creative graphic designer with fourteen years experience. I am concept-led and looking to develop. Skills – creating brand identities – developing visual identities – rejuvenating established brands – creating brand guidelines – illustration – idea creation – developing big ideas across platforms – interpreting strategy – working with clients – with print-processes – with front-end design – creating signage guidelines – building creative routes and presentations to win work – collaborating with others Honours & Awards Transform Awards 2015 – Highly Commended Transform Awards 2015 – Silver Selected for the 11th International Francisco Mantecón Poster Exhibition Design Week Benchmarks 2008 shortlist Red Dot Winner 2008 Design Week Benchmarks 2007 shortlist Student D&AD Illustration 2005 – 2nd Prize Student D&AD Most Outstanding Advertising 2005 – 1st Prize The Mary Elizabeth Burrow Award 2005
  • Natalie AlexanderDirector, United Kingdom
    Natalie Alexander
    • Natalie Alexander

    • Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2011
    A total ball of energy and enthusiasm, Natalie has a great passion for the world of design and branding. With 20 plus years in the business both on the client and agency side, she is renowned for driving wonderful creative ideas that are beautifully crafted, always overseen by her watchful and (sometimes annoyingly) exceptional eye for detail. Co-founding Butterfly Cannon in 2010 she has driven its luxury and craft brands client focus and multiple design award wins. Her new mission is to drive the sustainability agenda through all that the agency creates for its prestigious clients.
  • Natalie ChungCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Natalie Chung
    • Natalie Chung

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2004
    Natalie nurtures an energetic and collaborative studio environment where imagination and bold ideas are encouraged to grow. Her role as Creative Director has seen her foster unique talent, choosing individuals with contrasting aesthetics and skills in order to build an exceptional and experienced design team who can turn their hands to any brief. With fifteen years at Pearlfisher, Natalie has learnt from those around her and leads by example, always demonstrating the fresh and original thinking that makes Pearlfisher design powerfully single-minded. Instinctive and intuitive, Natalie’s direct and hands-on approach to every project allows creative boundaries to be pushed, shaping the direction of design and ensuring that every concept communicates the truth of the brand in a way that is highly desirable.
  • Natasha SoCreative Designer and Animator, United Kingdom
  • Natasher BeecherAssociate Creative Director/CD, United Kingdom
    Natasher Beecher
    • Natasher Beecher

    • Associate Creative Director/CD
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2017
    Tash has been in the creative comms industry as a writer, editor, radio presenter and marketeer for 15 years. She has created award-winning work for brands and has spent time crafting concepts and multi-channel campaigns at some of the best healthcare advertising agencies in the world such as DDB Remedy, Langland and Ogilvy Health. She champions inclusive advertising in all forms, and has judged global awards such as D&AD Writing for Advertising and the Outvertising awards. Currently she is the Associate Creative Director, Copy at Pollen Health, and Creative Copy Director at Pocc. You may see her twitching with birding group Flock Together, binoculars in hands... or riding bikes with her dog Brodie on her back, which many say is the best thing they have ever seen.
  • Neal LankesterCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Neal Lankester
    • Neal Lankester

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
  • Neel PanchalCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Neel Panchal
    • Neel Panchal

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2015
    "Graphic Designer and Creative Director for better for worse, for richer for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till death do us part." Currently working in the music industry as a Graphic Designer and Design Director for over 7 years now; building an in-house agency within BMG from the ground up (The Studio): My door is always open for a chat about all things creative (or to hear your band's mixtape!).
  • Neha BajajDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Neil AyresGlobal Head of Online, United Kingdom
  • Neil EvansCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Neil Evans
    • Neil Evans

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
    Creative Director at Neil Evans / Creative We’re a full service creative production agency We’re #makers #creators #innovators London / Los Angeles / Vancouver London / + 44 2033222102 Los Angeles / + 1 323 402 6080 Vancouver / + 1 778 654 6620
  • Neil GodberHead of Planning, United Kingdom
  • Neil LancasterCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Neil ThompsonManaging Director, United Kingdom
  • Neil TinsonMarketing Manager, United Kingdom
  • Neil WalkerManaging Creative Partner, United Kingdom
  • Nell JordanExecutive Producer, United Kingdom
  • Neville BrodyArt Director, United Kingdom
    Neville Brody
    • Neville Brody

    • Art Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2013
    Neville Brody is an internationally renowned designer, typographer, art director and brand strategist. As founder of the Research Studios network and partner in each of our operations, his insight, methodology and appetite for excellence inform every aspect of our work. Today, in addition to lecturing and contributing to a variety of cultural and educational initiatives, Brody works both independently and alongside our designers on commercial and private projects – guiding Research Studios, our clients’ and inspiring the wider design community.
  • Niall Burr, United Kingdom
  • Nicholas Aldrich, United Kingdom
  • Nicholas HansonCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Nicholas IrvinSenior Graphic Designer, United Kingdom
  • Nicholas PauleyManaging/Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Nicholas PollittCreative Director /Founder, United Kingdom
  • Nick AngellManaging Director/Sound Engineer, United Kingdom
    Nick Angell
    • Nick Angell

    • Managing Director/Sound Engineer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1994
    Nick is a member of D&AD and the company is a member of the Advertising Producers Association. He has sat on many advertising awards juries, chaired a Radio Craft Awards for the Radio Advertising Bureau and the Music and Sound Awards 2015, and was also a jury member for Bafta for Best Sound in a Feature Film for consecutive years from 1997. He continues to engineer and is still enormously enthusiastic with the diversity of scripts he works on. He helps the Radio Advertising Bureau with creative and production seminars and was proud to be the recipient of a Fellowship Award of the Radio Advertising Bureau in 2004 and a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006. The company was also delighted to have been voted Commercial Facility of the Year by the UK Screen Conch Awards 2009. Nick prides himself on his capacity to get the best possible voice performance from an actor. Testament to this was his recent involvement in the English post-production of an Argentinian feature animation film entitled ‘The Unbeatables’, for which he was the UK Cast Studio Director, as well as managing the recording and dubbing process through the studio and taking an active role in the casting. The film had its first Gala screening in October 2013 at the London Film Festival and received huge praise. It was released nationwide in the summer 2015.
  • Nick BellSenior Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Nick Butcher, United Kingdom
  • Nick CarsonContent strategist and copywriter, United Kingdom
    Nick Carson
    • Nick Carson

    • Content strategist and copywriter
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2018
    Nick helps design agencies of all shapes and sizes tell compelling stories, developing content strategies that communicate their distinctive value to prospective clients. While editor of international design magazine Computer Arts, he launched the Brand Impact Awards – an annual prize scheme that celebrates the best branding from around the world. He remains chair of judges. His editorial skills also translate beautifully into long-form copywriting for brands. He recently collaborated with Virgin and Thames & Hudson to write Virgin By Design, an award-winning book exploring the brand's fascinating 50-year evolution. In 2020, he was selected as one of Creativepool's Top 100 Influencers in the creative industry.
  • Nick ClarkCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Nick CooperECD, United Kingdom
  • Nick Cross, United Kingdom
  • Nick DownesManaging Director, United Kingdom
  • Nick EagletonThe Playful Saboteur, United Kingdom
    Nick Eagleton
    • Nick Eagleton

    • The Playful Saboteur
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2004
    Co-founder of new brand studio Saboteur. Formerly Creative Partner at award-winning global brand agencies Superunion and The Partners. Designer, communicator, mentor and champion of creativity. Since 2015 leader of D&AD's creative thinking Masterclass. Somehow this all started with a degree in sculpture.
  • Nick FinneyCreative Director / Partner, United Kingdom
    Nick Finney
    • Nick Finney

    • Creative Director / Partner
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1995
    Nick is founder and creative partner at the creative consultancy NB. He has over 20 years experience in the design industry. His first job was with designer Howard Brown and from there he joined Pentagram. He has designed identity programmes, communications and marketing materials for clients like Almeida Theatre, Land Securities, John Lewis, TATE, Knoll and Channel 4. NB have received numerous design awards. Nick has given talks at universities and design events and his work has been published widely both in the UK and internationally.
  • Nick GohCEO, United Kingdom
  • Nick HammondFounder, United Kingdom
    Nick Hammond
    • Nick Hammond

    • Founder
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2018
    Hi there, thank you for taking the time to visit my profile. I am an experienced Communications Expert with a track record of delivering innovative solutions for brand owners that drive business performance. I founded The Creative Filter to help companies innovate, supporting this aim with a range of effective training and creative solutions. My UK Client list includes : The Financial Times, Haymarket Media Group, Future Publishing, IPC Magazines, the PPA, Macmillan Publishing and Dennis Publishing. International Clients include : Star TV (Mumbai) and MediaCorp (Singapore). Specialties: Digital Marketing | Creative Thinking / Innovation | Content Strategy I Strategic Planning | Training | Content Partnerships | Public Speaking
  • Nick LovegroveActing Programme Leader | BA (Hons) Graphic Design, United Kingdom
  • Nick RowlandDeputy Executive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Nick Vaus, United Kingdom
  • Nicola EagerSenior Account Manager, United Kingdom
  • Nicole TanSenior Graphic Designer, United Kingdom
  • Nigel DawsonDesigner/Typographer, United Kingdom
  • Nigel Edginton-AmorCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Nigel Edginton-Amor
    • Nigel Edginton-Amor

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2006
    Knowledge, experience and wisdom of a pro. Energy, enthusiasm and ambition of a graduate. That’s how a colleague summed me up. And I’ll buy that. All I’d add is that I’m addicted to problem solving and take enormous pleasure from advertising, promoting and selling things. And because I’ve never forgotten the people who’ve helped me in my career, I've managed placement teams, run college workshops and done voluntary work for the D&AD. I’m lucky to have worked at some great agencies and always during their heyday: perfect timing. From financial services, political parties, retail and charities, to cars, trains, holidays and more; I’ve been around the block in terms of sectors. Above the line, below the line and integrated, my career has spanned them all. So I've got experience working on everything from shelf wobblers to CRM, digital, content, film, and social. 'Solid all-rounder' is how a recruiter might pitch me. With so many new places and ways to bring creative ideas to life, this business is crazier, more exciting and more valuable to clients and the world than ever. How cool is that?
  • Nigel GrayCreative Partner, United Kingdom
  • Nik HindsonEditor, United Kingdom
    Nik Hindson
    • Nik Hindson

    • Editor
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2001
    The Assembly Rooms was established in 2004 by Nik Hindson and Sam Rice-Edwards and has since grown into one of London's leading film editing companies. With a roster of nine talented and award winning editors, we are equally comfortable editing commercials, promos, short films, features or documentaries. Our town house in the middle of Soho is a creative haven for directors, producers and agencies alike. Despite our expansion to eight suites and an art gallery, we have retained our boutique feel and continue to offer our clients the talent, experience and attention to detail we feel necessary to create the best work. A principle of sustainability runs through the company, starting with how we train and promote from within and continuing to how we source our water and electricity. (There are even plans to keep bees on the roof and produce Assembly Rooms honey.) We have representation across the USA, but are also happy to offer our editors on set or in suites anywhere in the world.
  • Nikita SadikovCreator, Russian Federation
  • Niko SipiläHead of Design, Finland
    Niko Sipilä
    • Niko Sipilä

    • Head of Design
    • Finland
    • Member since 2020
    As one of the pioneers of digital design in Finland Niko has been working commercially in the industry since 1996 when he co-founded his first agency. Before the rise of the internet he has a long background in the international computer art subculture - the demoscene. In 2008 Niko co-founded Great Apes which is currently one of the most internationally awarded digital agencies in Finland. Since 2016 Great Apes has been a part of HiQ International Plc. During the past 20 years he has worked with most categories of digital design from online advertising to complex web services & apps all the way to interactive installations & game interfaces.
  • Nina CvetinovicEMEA Brand and Client Advocacy Manager, United Kingdom
  • Nina Holmgren, Denmark
  • Nina JenkinsBrand Design Consultant & Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Nuri Park, United States
  • Oksana Sablina, United Kingdom
  • Oliver BoultonGlobal Design Manager, United Kingdom
  • Oliver Cole, United Kingdom
  • Oliver CookeUK Communications Director, United Kingdom
  • Oliver DickersonAccount Exec, United Kingdom
  • Oliver LindsayCreative Designer, United Kingdom
  • Oriel Davis-LyonsCreative Director, United States
    Oriel Davis-Lyons
    • Oriel Davis-Lyons

    • Creative Director
    • United States
    • Member since 2011
    Oriel's work has won over 100 awards across every major international show, including a D&AD Black Pencil, and has been covered by news organisations around the world. After starting his career with Special Group and Colenso BBDO in Auckland, New Zealand, he moved to New York where he is now a Creative Director at Droga5.
  • Oscar Meixner, Germany
    Oscar Meixner
    • Oscar Meixner

    • Germany
    • Member since 2014
    Oscar Meixner is Managing Partner of HASTINGS AUDIO NETWORK, one of the leading audio post production companies in Germany and Switzerland. Born in Hamburg, Germany, Oscar started his career as a composer and music producer during school time, producing and writing tracks for major German TV stations, but soon found his passion in the ad business. By now, Oscar has been responsible for tens of thousands of spots as an engineer, audio producer or sound designer. He is highly decorated, having collected more than 50 ADC medals in gold, silver and bronze, 12 Cannes Lions and numerous other renowned awards, including Clio, Eurobest, LIA, New York Festivals, red dot award: sound design - best of the best. His credo is not only to create the best of sound but also to advise clients on leaving main stream and taking on new and exciting audio ventures instead. Oscar is a member of the ADC, Germany/Europe and the D&AD, UK. jury-member, CANNES LIONS - radio 2016 jury-member, CANNES LIONS - radio 2012 jury-member, D&AD - radio 2014 jury-member, RADIO ADVERTISING AWARD - Germany 2020 jury-member, RADIO ADVERTISING AWARD - Germany 2019 jury-member, RADIO ADVERTISING AWARD - Germany 2018 jury-member, RADIO ADVERTISING AWARD - Germany 2017 jury-member, RADIO ADVERTISING AWARD - Germany 2016 jury-member, RADIO ADVERTISING AWARD - Germany 2015 jury-member, GERMAN PODCAST AWARD 2020 jury-president, ADC Germany - radio 2020 jury-member, ADC Germany - radio 2019 jury-member, ADC Germany - radio 2018 jury-member, ADC Germany - radio 2017 jury-member, ADC Germany - radio 2016 jury-member, ADC Germany - radio 2015 jury-member, ADC Germany - radio 2014 jury-member, ADC Germany - radio 2013 jury-member, ADC Germany - radio 2012 jury-member, ADC Germany - music & sounddesign 2011 jury-member, ADC Germany - music & sounddesign 2010 jury-member, ADC Germany - music & sounddesign 2009 jury-member, ADC Germany - film & tv 2008 jury-member, VOLKER, Artikel 1, Verein für Menschenrechte - radio 2017 jury-member, Radio Marketing Service Germany - RAMSES 2014 jury-member, Radio Marketing Service Germany - RAMSES 2013 jury-member, Radio Marketing Service Germany - RAMSES 2012 jury-member, Radio Marketing Service Germany - RAMSES 2011 jury-member, Radio Marketing Service Germany - RAMSES 2010
  • Oscar RobertsonUX Designer, United Kingdom
  • Palak KapadiaJr. Copywriter, India
    Palak Kapadia
    • Palak Kapadia

    • Jr. Copywriter
    • India
    • Member since 2020
    Writer who moonlights as a sleep-deprived writer. Palak is constantly fascinated by how words can create worlds. 
Her love affair with words drove her to learn 6 languages, tell stories and create content for over 50 brands and even move to France to teach English.  Her work has been internationally awarded by Cannes, D&AD Impact, The One Show, Art Director’s Club, The Drum, Ad Stars, Graphis, and more. It has also been published in 4 books by Penguin and Harper Collins.
 Palak has worked with the talented folks at Wieden+Kennedy, Droga5, VMLY&R, Ogilvy, Terribly Tiny Tales and MullenLowe Lintas. 
 You'll otherwise find her traveling, buying second-hand books and eavesdropping on strangers' conversations in search of a story.
  • Pamela BowmanCourse leader BA Graphic Design, United Kingdom
    Pamela Bowman
    • Pamela Bowman

    • Course leader BA Graphic Design
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2013
    Principal lecturer Subject Group Leader – Visual Communication I graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University in 1995, having studied graphic arts and design alongside Patrick Walker and Alun Cocks who subsequently set up Dust in Sheffield in 2000. I have been teaching since 1997 on degree courses at six different universities and have seen more than 1,000 students graduate. Many of these make regular return visits to talk to current students. To have the opportunity to work in education, shape a course and remain a practising typographer is the perfect balance. I have reviewed conferences for the Eye magazine blog and am currently working on a research project with Matt Edgar about the future of reading and the design writing of Ken Garland. I am also typographer at
  • Pang Jin YeohLecturer, Singapore
  • Patrice de VilliersCreative & Photographer, United Kingdom
    Patrice de Villiers
    • Patrice de Villiers

    • Creative & Photographer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2017
    Photographer of beautiful uglies for the black pencil winning Inglorious Fruits&Vegetables campaign & involved in the advertising, design and editorial industries for many years shooting predominantly still life and food. Combined passions for food, music and photography in a personal project, LoveMusicLoveFood in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust produced with monies raised through advertising revenues & created with the help of talented individuals such as Jonathan Barnbrook, Jason Kedgley @ Tomato and many others to raise funds and awareness for the charity. Selected to be part of Lurzers Archive Best 200 Ad Photographers worldwide 2016/17 and proud to be part of D&AD's judging panel. Favourite past D&AD pencil winner is the book ‘Faces of Evil’ by Hans Weishaup! An extraordinary idea brilliantly executed…the epitome of what D&AD is all about.
  • Patrick CollisterHead of Design, United Kingdom
  • Patrick DuffyCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Patrick Duffy
    • Patrick Duffy

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2020
  • Patrick GuerreraFounder & CEO, Australia
    Patrick Guerrera
    • Patrick Guerrera

    • Founder & CEO
    • Australia
    • Member since 2020
    Patrick's key focus as the CEO of Re is to build creative cultures that enable highly diverse teams to design and make audacious brands and experiences. Brands that inspire provocation and cultural impact – brands that ultimately deliver sustainable long term growth for their underlying businesses. Since founding the business in 2009, Patrick has led the global vision and growth of the Re Group for the M&C Saatchi Network including two studios in Sydney (Re Sydney and Yes Agency), Re London (EMEA) and the soon to be launched Re Greater China and Re New York City. As a design business Re's assignments stretch from non-for-profits and start-ups, to large-scale national and global brands. At its heart, Re believes branding starts with an intrinsic truth. Once you understand what’s true of a business, you can express that through how a brand looks, how it behaves, the broader conversations it gets involved in and the experiences that ultimately make it live and breath. Re is a multi award-winning design business with recent wins including both wood and graphite pencils at the 2017 and 2018 D&AD Awards. Patrick has over 20 years experience in brand consulting and brand and experience design. His experience covers a board range of categories: country/place branding, telecommunications, financial services, sporting events and codes, FMCG, community services and social justice, property development, retail, the arts and a broad range of not-for-profits.
  • Paul AldermanCreative, United Kingdom
    Paul Alderman
    • Paul Alderman

    • Creative
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2018
    I've worked under Andrew Niccol, Alfredo Marcantonio, Russell Ramsey, Jay Pond-Jones, Tim Ashton and Andrew Cracknell (twice). Also freelanced all over London and created award-winning work across all channels.
  • Paul AnthonyDesigner, United Kingdom
  • Paul BrazierExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Paul Brazier
    • Paul Brazier

    • Executive Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2000
    Paul Brazier AMV BBDO Chairman & CCO Paul is passionate about creating game-changing work and encouraging diversity within creativity. He is driven and fascinated by creative ideas that can make a difference. Ideas that have the power to reach and affect people, add value to companies and help solve business problems. This passion extends to helping young creatives find their career path and encouraging them towards their chosen career. In his 33 years in advertising, Paul has seen a lot of changes in the industry. During his 26 years at AMV BBDO he has seen them grow from a small print-biased agency to the UK’s biggest billing agency and part of BBDO, the world’s most creatively awarded network. Paul cites standing as President of D&AD in 2010 and being named Chairman of AMV BBDO in 2013, as the highlights of his career.
  • Paul CardwellThe Laughing Saboteur, United Kingdom
  • Paul CartledgeDirector, United Kingdom
  • Paul CrumpCo Founder/Creative Director, United Kingdom
    Paul Crump
    • Paul Crump

    • Co Founder/Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
  • Paul EdisonExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Paul FieldingManaging Director, United Kingdom
  • Paul FilbyFreelance Digital Creative, United Kingdom
  • Paul FraserCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Paul GarrettCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Paul GrubbChief Creative Officer, Thailand
  • Paul HogarthCreative director, United Kingdom
  • Paul JenkinsCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Paul KilvingtonFounder/Designer, United Kingdom
    Paul Kilvington
    • Paul Kilvington

    • Founder/Designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1996
    For me, good design has always been about effective visual communication, simply executed with insight, intelligence and innovation. Strong brands are founded on this approach and built on creativity, coherence and consistency. Applied through print, digital, interior or environmental, for sectors including, automotive, financial, legal and education, this single-minded philosophy has provided the backbone of every commission over the past 30 years.
  • Paul MartinCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Paul MoranCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Paul PetherickCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Paul ShearerCreative Partner, United Arab Emirates
    Paul Shearer
    • Paul Shearer

    • Creative Partner
    • United Arab Emirates
    • Member since 1997
    I have over 25 years experience in advertising. I was brought up on a diet of Bartle Bogle Hegarty and Wieden + Kennedy. Learning that being a creative involves responsibility and leadership. I am passionate believer in the digital world and pride myself on knowing what’s new and what’s ahead. This has come from working for Nike for almost my entire career. Leading the charge for them on many of their most famous Football World Cup integrated campaigns. I was a founder Partner of the Agency Nitro, an agency that embraced the new age of fully integrated advertising. I am also a passionate director and never take my work for granted. At present I am responsible for 15 Ogilvy Offices and promote learning above anything else. I have been lucky enough to have been part of work that has won 15 Yellow Pencils, 6 Graphite and a bunch of in Book awards at D&AD. But I am most proud of the work that wins awards and customers hearts.
  • Paul SimpsonElite Technical Director (Creative), United Kingdom
  • Paul StoeterCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Paul SurridgeArt Director, United Kingdom
    Paul Surridge
    • Paul Surridge

    • Art Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2015
  • Paul ThomasDirector, United States
    Paul Thomas
    • Paul Thomas

    • Director
    • United States
    • Member since 2020
    Founded in 2012, Bwtîc is a small design studio working closely with a short list of clients, and a growing number of collaborators, to deliver tailored communication expertise. Clients include National Theatre Wales, Hiut Denim Company, The Do Lectures and the BBC. Founder and Director Paul Thomas is also Associate Tutor of BA (Hons) Graphic Communication at Cardiff Metropolitan University.
  • Paul TurnerExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Paul TwivyCEO, United Kingdom
  • Paul WhiteCreative Director & Copywriter, New Zealand
    Paul White
    • Paul White

    • Creative Director & Copywriter
    • New Zealand
    • Member since 1983
    I’ve been creative director of four advertising agencies (Cogent in UK; Walkers; HKM/BBDO; Short Brown White in NZ) and founding partner of two (Walkers and Short Brown White). I also ran NZ’s first university Ad Creativity course at Auckland University of Technology for 18 years. That's where I learned heaps - from the students who have gone on to be luminaries n the business all over the world. Awards: D&AD, Cannes, AWARD, AXIS, Campaign Press, London International Awards, UK Creative Circle, NZ effies, Mobius, Clio, Communication Arts, Roses. Milton Keynes, Electrolux, Jewson, Epson Computers, Wolsey menswear, Aga, Xpelair, Corbans Wines, the Breast Cancer Foundation, Royal New Zealand Navy, Dunlop, ANZ Bank, AMP, Lion Nathan, Dominion Breweries, De Longhi, Pepsi, Mazda Cars, Rolls-Royce, Gillette, SmithKline Beecham, Smeg, Wella, Coppertone, Camera House, Avis, Sharp, Renault and the New Zealand Herald are among the many clients with whom I have worked successfully to date.
  • Pelle Craen, Belgium
  • Pete RossiDesign director, United Kingdom
    Pete Rossi
    • Pete Rossi

    • Design director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2013
    Pete Rossi was born just outside Glasgow, Scotland in 1981 to an Italian father and Scottish mother. He went on to graduate with a 1st from the Glasgow School of Art in 2006. He has 14 years experience and 42 international awards to date and has since worked in freelance and full-time capacities for several renowned studios/agencies in the UK and Europe including Marque Creative, Coast Design, Studio Astrid Stavro (Atlas), Design Studio, CCRZ, Jack Morton Worldwide, Anomaly, Fitch, Ogilvy and more. In 2011 he was one of the 50 winners to receive the prestigious Art Directors Club of New York Young Gun award. His work has also been awarded/featured by ADC, Creative Review (The Annual), Communication Arts, Design Week, D&AD, Cannes Lions, Graphis and Red Dot. Pete is actively involved within the design community, having been a guest lecturer at Parsons New School of Design in New York and most recently Brunel University and at his old stomping ground, the Glasgow School of Art. He also appeared as a guest speaker at a one off pop-up event for Sailor Jerry. Pete holds an awarded membership with D&AD, Graphis and The One Club for Creativity (formerly ADC). He has featured as a jury member for design competitions such as the Young Guns in New York and The One Club for Creativity (Denver and San Diego chapters). In 2013, he co-founded design studio RM&CO with Swiss partner Alfio Mazzei, working in fields from Art direction, Branding, Brand guidelines, Book design, Digital media, Typography, Identity, Print and self initiated projects. He divides his time between servicing his own clients and freelance consulting. Selected career clients: AirHelp, Adidas, Art Directors Club of New York, BMW, Bwatt Magazine, British Council, Deutsche Bank, European Commission (EU), Football For Peace, George Wyllie MBE, Google, Lugano Arte e Cultura, Lynk&Co, Nosakhari, The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), Monotype, MTR (The Mass Transit Railway), Ministry of Sound, Orlebar Brown, HM Government, Hyundai, InfraCapital, Kola Aluko Foundation, Swiss Ram Watches, IM Global, Toyota, Tulchan LLP, Thames & Hudson, Unilever, Universal Music Group and Virgin.
  • Peter DarrellFilm Director, United Kingdom
  • Peter DavisExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Peter GrundyPartner, United Kingdom
  • Peter LeaskCourse Team Leader, United Kingdom
  • Peter MitchellManaging Director, United Kingdom
  • Peter SilkCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Peter SmithCourse Leader MA Design for Communication, United Kingdom
  • Peter Souter, United Kingdom
  • Peter Stephenson-WrightChief Executive Officer, United Kingdom
  • Peter ThompsonGraphic Designer, United Kingdom
  • Phil CleaverCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Phil EatonCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Phil EvansCopywriter, United Kingdom
    Phil Evans
    • Phil Evans

    • Copywriter
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2011
    As Creative Director of Leith, I'm responsible for steering the agency’s creative output on clients like the Scottish Government, Royal Bank of Scotland, The Famous Grouse and the infamous IRN-BRU. A copywriter, and former agency owner, I'm chuffed to have been both a winner, and a judge, at D&AD.
  • Phil HolbrookArt Director, United Kingdom
  • Phil JonesCourse Leader MA / BA(Hons) Graphic Design, United Kingdom
  • Phil SkeggExecutive Creative Director, United Kingdom
  • Philip CarterDirector, United Kingdom
  • philip IrelandChief Creative Officer, United Kingdom
    philip Ireland
    • philip Ireland

    • Chief Creative Officer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2019
    Philip was the founding partner, chairman and chief creative officer of startup Ireland/Davenport. Described by the financial mail as 'a startup on steroids the likes of which South African advertising has never seen...' (After successfully being acquired by WPP, he exited Ireland Davenport ) Founder and Chairman Ireland/Davenport, Exec Creative Director Ireland/Davenport. Ranked in the top ten advertising creatives in the world by the Gunn Report. South Africa’s first Award for Digital Creative at the One Show Digital New York in 1999. South Africa’s First peoples choice Webby award for Best Social Media Campaign 2016 Work featured at TED Oxford sessions Voted Most Admired Agency Leader by Financial Mail.
  • Philip MarshallDesign Director, United Kingdom
  • Philip NottinghamBrand Strategist, United States
  • Philip ReyneriVP Creative & Partnerships, United States
  • Philippa ReedCreative Director, United Kingdom
  • Pierre VermeirCreative Director, Thailand
  • Pit KhoCreative Managing Director, Germany
  • Polina HohonovaDesigner, United Kingdom
    Polina Hohonova
    • Polina Hohonova

    • Designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2013
  • Professor Aftab GhardaAcademic Coordinator, United Kingdom
  • Pu ChenArt Director, Taiwan
  • Rachel BuntrockCreative director, United Kingdom
  • Rachel HoldingCopywriter, United Kingdom
  • Rachel Lonergan, United Kingdom
  • Rachel WoodManaging Director, United Kingdom
  • Rae BedfordCreative, United Kingdom
  • Rafael BerettaAssociate Creative Director, United States
  • Rafael TreviñoPresident, Mexico
    Rafael Treviño
    • Rafael Treviño

    • President
    • Mexico
    • Member since 2020
  • Rajeev BasuCreative director, United Kingdom
  • Ralf HeuelChief Creative Officer/Partner, Germany
    Ralf Heuel
    • Ralf Heuel

    • Chief Creative Officer/Partner
    • Germany
    • Member since 2005
    Ralf Heuel is CCO and a Partner at Grabarz & Partner in Hamburg – the agency he cofounded as a Junior Copywriter in 1993. As Creative Director and, since 2002, as CCO, the 48-year-old has made the agency one of the most creative locations in the country, in the process repeatedly propelling Grabarz & Partner into the top ten of the most creative German agencies. Under his creative leadership, Grabarz & Partner became the first independent agency ever to acquire a large portion of the German Volkswagen account in 2001. In addition, Heuel has now been developing the advertising for IKEA Germany for more than 20 years. In 2011, he was among the top five Executive Creative Officers with the most awards worldwide according to the Big Won Report. In 2015, he was distinguished by the Lead Academy as Creative Leader of the Year, a title for which he had also been nominated in 2012.
  • Ram SinamFounder, India
    Ram Sinam
    • Ram Sinam

    • Founder
    • India
    • Member since 2016
    Ram is a graduate in Visual Communication from the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, India. He counts  SOAK, Mumbai in an Estuary (book and exhibition design) at the National Gallery of Modern Arts, Mumbai as one of his most memorable projects with Trapeze. He is the creative director for ColourNext Installations, the annual colour forecasting event for Asian Paints and also heads Lab Nilaya, the design lab for the wallpaper division of Asian Paints. Ram has worked as a Design Consultant for various prestigious projects, including the Khalsa Heritage Complex in Anandpur Sahib by Design Habit. His interests lie in blurring the boundaries of various visual mediums, materials and practices that fuel the multidisciplinary approach of his design solutions. For the last two years, a large portion of his time is dedicated to envisioning a range of furniture and products for contemporary sustainable living for his design store, He was a member of the jury for the Kyoorius Design Awards in 2014. Ram has also been awarded the CAG “Designer of the Year ” in 1998 (Communication Arts Guild, Mumbai).
  • Rami TraboulsiFounder / Creative Director, Lebanon
  • Rand AlmaeeniCofounder & CEO, United Arab Emirates
  • Ray KyteDesign Director, United Kingdom
  • rebecca barbaro sant, Malta
  • Rebecca BlincoGroup Account Director, Australia
  • Rebecca FosterGraphic Designer, United Kingdom
    Rebecca Foster
    • Rebecca Foster

    • Graphic Designer
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 1998
  • Rebecca McClellandHead of Art Production, United Kingdom
    Rebecca McClelland
    • Rebecca McClelland

    • Head of Art Production
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2017
    Rebecca McClelland is a Director of Photography, Art Buyer and Producer. She began her career over sixteen years ago commissioning covers, editorial features, special photographic issues and brand visual content for the Sunday Times magazine. As a passionate visual storyteller, she has most recently produced OOH campaigns for BBH and Airbnb as part of their award winning creative team. She has enjoyed creative roles at Wallpaper*, Art World magazine, NewStatesman, Avaunt & PORT magazine where she & the team won a D&AD award for Magazine & Newspaper Design Front Covers for her commission of artist Pieter Hugo. She is contributing Photography Director for the newly relaunched Times LUXX quarterly magazine. Additionally, Rebecca is the long standing Creative Director & Curator of the Ian Parry Scholarship, an international award for visual journalism. She is an associate lecturer on photographic professional practise at University for the Creative Arts, Coventry University & the University of South Wales, Newport. She is a D&AD Next Photographer Judge, nominator for the World Press Photo Joop Swart Masterclass and the Prix Pictet Award. Rebecca has recently gained a Masters in Photographic Arts from Westminster University for her paper on participation within documentary practise.
  • Rebecca TromansProduction editor, United Kingdom
  • Rebekah Davison, United Kingdom
  • Regine WilberCreative Director, United Kingdom
    Regine Wilber
    • Regine Wilber

    • Creative Director
    • United Kingdom
    • Member since 2000
  • Remco GrahamCreative Consultant, United Kingdom
  • René Schultz, Denmark
  • Ricardo JonesFilm Director, Brazil