I have been a member of D&AD since winning my first silver award in 1984.
Over the years I have added D&AD pencils with work for The National Maritime Museum, The Solid Fuel Advisory service.
Other accolades have included gold and silver Lions, Epica grand prix, Campaign magazine Gold and silver awards, ILA and The One show.
The NSPCC campaign was created at Saatchi with my long time creative partner, John Bacon.
I won the pitch for the Solid Fuel Advisory service during my time as joint Creative Director of Saatch & Saatchi. The 'Furry friends' commercial was shot by director Tony Kaye and is still considered one of the nations all time favourite commercials. My creative group all got work from this campaign accepted by D&AD, winning the award for best mixed media campaign.
The National Maritime Museum campaign was created with my long time creative partner John Bacon.
The campaign won best mixed media campaign and ran on tube panels and cross track posters.
A campaign also ran in the listings magazine Time Out. The ads were disguised to be perceived as real ads in the respective sections they were placed in - for example we ran a recruitment ad for a sixteenth sailor in the jobs section.
This ad for the Environment agency ran in a free give away listings magazine. It was nominated for a D&AD silver award, but later withdrawn due to confusion over sponsorship of the advertisement.