Tim Lindsay

campaignlive.co.uk, Monday, 22 April 2013 03:00PM

Tim Lindsay, chief executive, D&AD

Lindsay talks about the difficulty of winning Pencils, his relationship with D&AD and a fight with a former chairman of D&AD, Anthony Simonds-Gooding, 20 years ago. He also talks about his worry in maintaining the reputation of D&AD as the toughest and best advertising and design awards show.

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