Graham Bednash

Graham Bednash

Consumer Marketing Director, Google UKLondon, United Kingdom
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Graham Bednash

Graham Bednash

Consumer Marketing Director, Google UKLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Graham is responsible for creative strategy and content for the Google Brand, Search, Pixel, Google Home and the Assistant. Graham has been at the forefront of creative and media innovation and was co-founder of Michaelides & Bednash, trailblazers of the cross-over between ideas, advertising, media and content. He’s worked on many of the UK’s most distinctive creative ideas for brands like Channel 4, First Direct, Unilever, Ronseal, Penguin Books and Google. He has led many of Google’s acclaimed creative projects across Social, Experience, TV and Content including "The Chain Magazine", "Curiosity Rooms" for Pixel and the interactive "Nightwalk in Marseille" and "Google Outside" for Google search and maps.
Projects
  • Pixel Magazine
    Pixel MagazineFor the launch of Pixel 2, we created a magazine and online content featuring Adwoa Aboah, Charlie Casely-Hayford, Naomi Shimada and seven other fashion insiders discussing an industry in flux, gender stereotypes and the power of ‘not being normal’ – all captured on a Google Pixel 2. A collaboration with Guardian Labs and Halpern.
  • Make the most of Summer, with a little help from Google
    Make the most of Summer, with a little help from GoogleThis campaign, across TV, print, OOH and Social was designed to show all the many ways Google search and maps help Brits make the most out of summer, despite the weather. Made with Google Creative Lab and 72 and Sunny.
  • Google Pixel Curiosity Rooms
    Google Pixel Curiosity RoomsA 6 week series of experiences, talks and events in a giant space in London’s Piccadilly Circus.
Projects credited in
  • Producer and Operation Lead | Google Curiosity Rooms
    Producer and Operation Lead | Google Curiosity RoomsSpread over 3 floors, The Curiosity Rooms were a space for discovery and exploration. The Piccadilly hub played host to a 5-week schedule of workshops, talks, podcasts, and musical events. Furthermore, the space brought together all things fashion, art, music and more. Talent across the 5 weeks included the likes of Jessie Ware, Fearne Cotton, John Boyega, Professor Green and activist Karl Lokko.
Work history
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    Consumer Marketing DirectorGoogle
    London, United KingdomFull Time