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Who Shot The Pregnant Man? A conversation between Alan Brooking and Patrick Burgoyne

To coincide with the launch of his new book 'Who Shot The Pregnant Man', Alan Brooking sat down with Patrick Burgoyne on 13 November to discuss the creative revolution spearheaded by the legendary Collett Dickenson Pearce. From the early 60s as one of its first art directors, to his switch to photography, his story takes in the roller coaster years of the 1970s and 80s.

He’ll also shared the inside stories on some of adland’s most famous images, including BBH’s 'Black Sheep' for Levi's, CDP's Benson & Hedges 'Pyramids' and 'The Pregnant Man', for Saatchi’s.

Watch the talk after the jump. 

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