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Do you really want to delete project Dare 2b – AW12?
Do you really want to delete project CrossCountry Trains?
Do you really want to delete project Go Outdoors?
Do you really want to delete project Hartley’s Jelly?
I am one half of a creative team that have experience with a variety of agencies on brands such as Hartley’s, Aldi, CrossCountry Trains, Vimto, Russell Hobbs, Jacamo, webuyanycar.com, American Airlines, Go Outdoors and N-Power, won various awards and created integrated campaigns, including 3 recent TV adverts for Go Outdoors and Jacamo. For our work we have won awards and received nominations with the Roses, MPA and Fresh. We’ve also just been shortlisted for Cannes Young Lions for the second year in a row and been highly commended for the Cannes Lions Media Academy 2014 competition with the BBC. We have also worked internationally on briefs with McCann Helsinki and McCann Barcelona in the past year. Aside from our everyday work, we have developed our own brand called the Bank of Creativity. This is the place we keep all of our projects, work and collaborations. It allows us to show our personalities through our website and projects. Under this brand we run successful Twitter feeds @OneMinuteBriefs, @AgencyQuotes and our personal account @BOC_ATM. We also share other projects like our Scrapbook and Bumting. Between these accounts we have 16,000 followers and they are highly interactive. One Minute Briefs has come a long way, in a short space of time, as we have performed talks and workshops at various events such as The Art of New Business at LBi London, Freshtival, D&AD and Manchester Talent Day. Most recently we spoke at the BBC Promax UK event on the same card as Sir John Hegarty and legendary director Tony Kaye. Not only have we been given these incredible opportunities, but also as a result of them we’ve gained exposure across the world as well as being featured in The Drum, New York Times and Buzzfeed.