I started at BBH in 1999 and won awards for print work on Audi, Lynx, Levi's and Paddy Power. I also worked on Ginsters and Warburtons and had a Barnado's campaign banned. Did a couple of One2One TV ads and Lynx 'Wolfboy' too.
5 years later I went to Lowe as a Senior Art Director and worked on Stella Artois, making the surreal arthouse cinema ad 'Le Sacrifice'. I also worked on John Lewis and did their first Christmas ad 'Shadow' and the print campaign that went with that which won a few awards. As did other print campaigns for John Lewis, Rexona, Innocent and Twinings and I became a Creative Director of the Johnson&Johnson Baby account.
In 2009, I went to be Head of Art at Publicis London and worked on Renault, The Army, Ballantine's whisky, Beefeater gin, United Biscuits and many others.
Then after a couple of years there I started working as a freelance Creative Director/Senior Art Director and have worked mainly at Saatchi&Saatchi and 18 Feet & Rising (where I made the 'Carousel' and 'People' TV ads for Nationwide and 'Coast' with John Cooper Clarke for National Trust) but also...
Big Al's Creative Emporium
The Martin Agency