Ash Myburgh

Art Director

Level
Mid Level
Location
London, United Kingdom
Availability
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About me

I am an Aussie-born, award-winning art director and visual communicator, currently looking for a role in London. I am experienced in 360 TTL campaigns, have worked on numerous TVCs, OOH campaigns, B2B, B2C, experiential and brand activations, right down to the good ol' digital campaigns. I've even redesigned front-of-house retail uniforms. After humble beginnings as a graphic designer, interning and then working in a number of small graphic design agencies, I managed to fall ass-backwards into advertising and in just under 3 years, I've been lucky enough to work on notable brands such as IBM, American Express, KFC and Coca-Cola. I also managed to win a Clio, a Webby and an APAC Effie, become a finalist in the News Corps Cannes Young Lions 2016, had work shortlisted at Cannes in 2016 and was the Professional Overall Winner of the Young Glory Competition for 2017/18.

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Skills

  • Concept
  • Adobe Indesign
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Design
  • Art Direction
  • Activation
  • Digital
  • Advertising

Companies I’ve worked with

  • Ogilvy

    Ogilvy

    • Advertising
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    Amplify Industries

    Work history

    2019

    Art Director

    Ogilvy

    Feb 2016 - Jan 2019
    • Sydney, Australia
    • Full Time

    2016

    Graphic Designer

    Amplify Industries

    Feb 2015 - Feb 2016
    • Sydney, Australia
    • Full Time

    Education

    2013

    B of Design (Visual Communications) (1st Class Hons)

    University of Technology, Sydney

    Mar 2010 - Nov 2013
    • Sydney, Australia

    Awards

    2018

    Professional Overall World Champion

    Young Glory

    • 2017/2018

    2018

    Best Use of Machine Learning

    The Webby Awards

    • Campaign: Outthink Melanoma

    2018

    • Campaign: Outthink Melanoma

    2017

    Product Innovation - Bronze

    Clio Awards

    • Campaign: Outthink Melanoma

    2017