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Union House, 18 Inverleith Terrace, Edinburgh, EH3 5NS
17th November 1958
Lou Reed - Transformer, challenged by Led Zeppelin IV.
The Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien (blows your mind at 11 years old).
Breakfast radio show
Real Radio - I love the wind-ups. But the Football Phone-in in the evening is best.
Barrister at law, 1981-1983. Trainee account executive to group account director, Saatchi & Saatchi, 1984-1992. Client services director, Faulds Advertising, 1992-1996. Founder, The Union, 1996 to date.
Clare, Fergus, Rory, Juliette.
The Carlton Draught 'big ad' makes me laugh a lot... it's freakin huge... it'd better sell some beer.
Apple MacBook Pro, but my Canon Ixus is a close second.
Not wetting myself going down the Olympic Bobsleigh run in St Moritz.
I guess it has to be Campaign.
Most humbling experience
Making a mess of the first time I stood up in court.
Not Alan Sugar.
Scotland on Sunday.
Still Game (Glaswegian humour that reminds me of childhood).
Google Earth, plus the BBC Sport football and rugby discussion boards.
What car do you own
Volvo XC90 with some added bits (Three kids, a dog and three cats is my defence).
What principle defines your working life
Be consistent, be true to yourself, treat others as you would want to be treated yourself.
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