Spent almost a whole day trying to write this (140 character) bio, which made him realise why it is he usually sticks to doing the pictures.
Only ever wears black when she’s having a ruthlessly efficient, take-no-prisoners kind of day.
Who says the accountancy and advertising worlds should never collide?? Timesheets? Just Do It!
Always wondered how to combine organisation and creativity….. Now does it for a living.
Camera nerd. Producer of all things audio/visual. Loves a good spreadsheet.
I built this website. Is your mind blown? Nice top btw.
Not to be confused with Blaise Diagne, Senegalese politician and Mayor of Dakar.
Creative problem solver. Loves a good ad, a good party, and a good sole.
Money in money out that’s what it’s all about…
No I'm not Australian.
Some of these may be true: Coffee evangelist. Zombie aficionado. Writer. Failed dog-whisperer. Dubstep freak. Extreme troublemaker.
Responsible for senior management client relationships, a number of key accounts and a lot of new business pitches.
Power comes in many forms… in this case as an account manager, though his level of client service cannot be measured in watts.
Brain available for sale, rent or hire. Comes with wicked head of curls and Mancunian wit (if you can call it that).
The money was just resting in my account.
There was a part of him he refused to let the outside world see.*
*No such part, facet or trait exists. Des is an open and generally very loud book.
If a tree falls in a wood, is shipped to a mill, undergoes extensive treatment, becomes paper, lands on my desk... I love making people hear it.
Turning calories into notions since 1973.
Living for the moment I can successfully pull off a mic drop.
Service with a smile; Emma efficiently manages the challenges and needs of our clients, with a personal touch.
Coming from a creative background, Emma loves to play her part in bringing great creative ideas to the world.
Mayo for Sam, you heard it here first.
Has every intention of donating body to science… or the highest bidder!
Still doing the drawin' and computers after all these years.
Gar enjoys keeping fit, boxing, motorbikes & music. Husband, father to Hannah & Charlie.
A background in Wildlife Filmmaking ensures an ideal fit with the Production Dept. Likes humans too.
The luckiest toilet salesman you'll ever meet.
Found his feet in advertising, which is good… they’d been missing for a while…
Copywriter required for witty one liner about playing to your strengths.
Been there, done that, seen most of it. Best years lie ahead. Not a great loser.
Jackie heads up the creative team that develops world class retail EBA toolkits for Mars Europe, Wrigley Europe and Diageo Ireland.
Maker of pictures for work and fun.
Studied French and German. These days finds English more effective. Her life’s ambition is to prove actions don't speak louder than words.
Account Director – loves advertising, always has. It's all about understanding, a great idea and then what you do with it.
"Just press the 'any/magic' key and make it work!"… I get that a lot.
Ideas are the product of hard work and thoughtful concentration. “It’s just work,” says Andy Warhol, I agree.
In the beginning was the word. A few more of those and we may have something.
Dreams ads. Speaks Klingon.
Inspired by great ideas and open minds. Driven by possibilities we haven't even dreamt of yet. And organised to within an inch of her life.
Passionate about TTL ideas that work from the shelf out across European markets to convert shoppers into buyers. (She really loves shops).
A gamma ray burst didn't turn me into the Hulk as I had hoped, it just left me mild-mannered but with a superhero-like taste in hats.
Comes over-prepared for everything! Can usually be found at a gig, hiking up a mountain or on the hunt for a fish finger sandwich.
Every morning, I am the first face and voice that you see and hear at BBDO.
Likes a good headline and a funky bass line.
For whom the bell tolls…
Home sweet home
Tinkering with the box that others think out of.
Here's a story, of a man named
Brady Niall who loves contextualised advertising!
Unknowingly ignored Daniel “Harry Potter” Radcliffe when he asked me for a lighter. Have lived with the regret ever since.
When I was a child my favourite teddy bear was named after an advertising slogan. I think it was meant to be.
Starred in 3 episodes of Grange Hill in 1983. Played Richard Kettle, who hid a Donkey in the Gym. Now produces TV commercials for BBDO.
It's show time!
The Dunne deal.
My spirit-animal is an octopus.
After working in Toronto ad agencies, she moved across the pond to truly test her twisted sense of humour.
Mature woman seeks clients with small budgets and a desire to develop a meaningful relationship. Satisfaction guaranteed.
I’ll keep this brief
Once called a 'no trick pony' on a football pitch. It's always struck a chord.
Coffee fiend, advertising enthusiast and a gym queen.
Ensures clients get best services in town from the best agency in town. Loves a nice flow chart and peering at the contents of shoppers’ trolleys.
Witty banter line currently in production.
Suffice to say I wear lots of hats. Sometimes more than one at a time!
Blank walls make me nervous.
Vivienne works TTL, with an eye for good creative work and the client's best interests. Answers to: The tall one, viv, vivmeister, or Oi Lawlor!