Trevallyn has been an Art Director and Creative Director for over 16 years having studied Graphic Design in South Africa. He moved to Ogilvy & Mather London in 2011 where, for over five years, he's created work for global brands like Dove, Expedia, Amnesty International and Philips.
He believes brands should be liked and add value to people’s lives. It usually starts with being human and telling compelling, unique stories.
Recent projects include 28 Too Many’s Flags campaign tackling the subject of FGM and several campaigns for Philips including The Breathless Choir, an Elvis Tribute Artist and a Spider-man window washer for severely ill children.
His work has been recognised by all the major awards shows including 3 wood pencils at D&AD in 2013 for the 'The Dove Ad Makeover' and 7 wood & graphite pencils for 28 Too Many in 2016.
His other interests fall far and wide, from a very manly love for anything with a combustion engine, to the simple pleasure of watching a campfire in the bush. Travel and adventure allows him to indulge in his other pleasure of photography, constantly trying to capture the story of the moment. Sometimes, even successfully.