Directed by Blinkink's Noah Harris, this film for the Department of Energy and Climate Change encourages consumers to switch energy suppliers and save money. Shot over two days in London with post production through Glassworks for the Kindred agency.
One of a campaign of three films for Weight Watchers UK, designed to show they've got a plan for all of us; even the busy ones. Directed by Clay Weiner for Biscuit UK, we shot these in Palma, Spain, with DP Dan Bronks.
It's not often you get sent projects like these. Brave clients and brilliantly conceived scripts from Jezz Tribe and Prabs Wignarajah AMV. Put them together with Biscuit UK's Jeff Low and look what you get. Great advertising!! Shot as part of a campaign (more to follow I promise), in Bucharest, the films are presented by Tena's spokesman, Stirling Gravitas.
This fun film was shot in Cape Town alongside another campaign I was producing at the time. Produced for Fallon, London, post production was through Electric Theatre.
Directed by Adam Bonke, this film was shot over one very long day with DP Ben Todd. People donating to the British Red Cross feel most of their money is diverted abroad, and this film was designed to overcome that prejudice, something I believe it does with tact and grace.
Another charming film created by Andersen M Studio. This time they took the bold step of integrating live action with their paper world. Created for 18 Feet and Rising in London, the post production was by Time Based Arts.
First time I'd shot in Slovenia with Studio Arkadena, this commercial for Kopparberg cider was directed by Lars Tovik for 18 Feet and Rising in the UK. Post Production was at Absolute in London
Shot in Tokyo and Hong Kong, this award winner from Michel Gondry tells the story of a young man who has had enough of his boss and uses his Polaroid to leave her a visual resignation. This was the second time, I'd been lucky enough to work with BBH creatives Nick Worthington and John Gorse, the first being when we made "Drugstore".
Directed by Richard Beesning, this haunting short film aimed at teenagers poses the question, are you ready for pregnancy?
Shot entirely on 5d by DP Simon Richards, with trampolinist Jenna Brook. Post Production through The Farm.
Directed by Madmen's Emmy Award winning titles designer, Steve Fuller, this film brings to life the badges of all the teams taking part in the 2012 Euro's.
Directed by Andersen M Studio alongside illustrator Bill Bragg.
Produced for French animation collective, No Brain, for Red Bee Media. Winner of two silver Promax Awards.
A lovely commercial I made while at Outsider for the brilliant David Lodge. The creatives at TBWA were Stuart Harkness and Kerry Gooden, and the star spangled banner recording was my dear friend, Roger Pomphrey.