As Founder of Brand Inspiration, Glenn Tutssel FRSA worked with clients such as William Grant, Bacardi, Bass, Boots, Diageo, The Royal Mail, SAB Miller, Fidelity, Credit Suisse, Guinness, and Allianz.
Glenn graduated from the London College of Printing with a First Class Honours Degree in Graphic Communications. He joined Lock Pettersen, specialising in Annual Reports and Corporate Communications for clients such as Union Carbide, Rank Xerox, Shell, Esso, and BP.
He then joined the packaging and corporate identity company Michael Peters as Creative Director, creating identities such as Guinness PLC, Alliance and Leicester, ATS and the V&A.
Glenn then went on to co-found Tutssels@thebrandunion, with it's then sister company Lambie Nairn, creating the unique offer of branding both on and off screen for companies such as Powergen, S4C and the BBC. He and his business partner, having created an international reputation with the growth and success of the Brand Union, sold the business to WPP.
Glenn then founded Brand Inspiration, an independent, British, creative consultancy, focused on building your reputation. A great reputation is reward for uncompromising excellence - the foundation on which every successful business is built. At Brand Inspiration you work with people who actually do the work, not layers of people, you pay for, but do not.
Drawing and craftsmanship are the basis of our creative approach, embracing technology, once the idea is found. Master craftsmen are not born, but made.
Glenn served on the Executive Committee of D&AD for four years and now sits on the Royal Mail Stamp Advisory Committee, in a design advisory capacity. He was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He won numerous awards for his work including four D&AD Yellow pencils.
Glenn was a regular commentator on the Design Industry and is frequently called upon to preside over international design competitions.
Glenn was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, A Freeman of the City of London and a Liveryman of The Worshipful Company of Distillers.