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Kelsey McSheffery

Personal AssistantLondon, United Kingdom
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Kelsey McSheffery

Personal AssistantLondon, United Kingdom
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  • An insight into Framestore VR's 'Field Trip to Mars'
    An ordinary school bus trip transforms into an incredible space journey
  • Vote Top 50 Creative Leader
    RESH SIDHU TOP 50 CREATIVE LEADER Resh was recently awarded Top 50 Creative Leaders by @creativereview in partnership with Workfront. The Creative Leaders 50 is an annual scheme from Creative Review, to celebrate, educate and inspire those who are leading creative businesses, organisations and teams. They selected 50 people from across the UK creative industries who are driving change, not just within their organisation but in the world at large.  https://www.creativereview.co.uk/creativeleaders50/
  • Nectar - A Nation of Individuals
    Brand Campaign 2016 One of the clever things about Nectar is that it offers you personalised rewards. It learns how you shop, what you like, then gives you rewards based on your individual taste. So when tasked with creating their biggest ever brand campaign, we thought... who's more individual, eccentric, weird an wonderful than the british public? The campaign was a celebration of the individuals of Britain - and what a diverse bunch we are. We created a TVC, social content, online and pre-r
  • Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them VR
  • Framestore VR Studio Creative Vision
    FRAMESTORE VR STUDIO BRANDING  Resh has been the creative force behind the re-branding of Framestore's VR Studio. Developling a strong visual identity that would communicate a progressive and world-class studio pushing the boundaries across all digital touchpoints. This extensive overall included new identity, showreel, rebrand of the VR studio website, bespoke printed brouchures and visual presentations. 
  • TEN — Fashion Label — Campaign
    Creative direction and branding for TEN a London based luxury fashion brand.
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