Jack Brodie

Creative Hybrid

Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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About me

A Scottish creative known to dabble in both art direction and copy. As a soon to be graduate from Edinburgh Napier's MSc in Creative Advertising I'm craving to create some big ideas for this big bad world. Last year I won the DMA Breakthrough Award - but life isn't all advertising. On my days off I travel around sunny Scotland talking to school kids about the effects of skin cancer. This work landed me the Inspirational Adult Award at the Edinburgh Local Heroes. But that's all worthless, the real bread winner is my part time job at a bagel shop. So, if you don't have an appetite for my ads, I'm sure we can bond over a dose of dough. Partner in crime with Andreas Karmiotis https://jackandreas.co.uk

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  • Art Direction
  • Copywiting
  • Motion Graphics

People I’ve worked with

Companies I’ve worked with

  • Nike


    • Fashion and Textiles
  • Macmillan Cancer Support

    Macmillan Cancer Support

    • Charity
  • S

    Story UK

    • D&AD New Blood Festival 2020

      D&AD New Blood Festival 2020

      • Events

    Work history


    Advertising Creative


    May 2020
    • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
    • Freelance


    Junior Creative

    Story UK

    Feb 2020 - Mar 2020
    • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
    • Internship


    Communications Officer

    Macmillan Cancer Support

    Jun 2019 - Sep 2019
    • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
    • Internship



    MSc Creative Advertising

    Edinburgh Napier University

    Sep 2019
    • Edinburgh, United Kingdom


    BA (Hons) Communication, Advertising and Public Relations

    Edinburgh Napier University

    Sep 2017 - Jun 2019
    • Edinburgh, United Kingdom



    DMA Breakthrough Gold


    • Last year a campaign I worked on picked up the DMA Gold. During this process we had to create, craft and pitch a campaign for Direct Line Pet Insurance. You can see the campaign here: https://jackbrodie.co.uk/direct-line


    Edinburgh Local Hero Awards - Inspirational Young Adult

    Edinburgh Evening News

    • Working with a team to change Scottish school kids' perception of skin cancer, we travelled round the country giving talks in a bid to raise awareness of the disease among teenagers. In the end, we spoke to over a thousand kids and changed their views on skin care awareness and their ability to take control of skin cancer. This culminated in the work being credited in Holyrood Parliament and, somehow, some personal recognition at the Local Hero Awards.