Former Davidson Pearce art director Terry Badham passes away

Terry Badham, the former art director, has passed away aged 84.

Badham worked at Young & Rubicam and finished his career at Davidson Pearce.

While at Y&R, he was responsible for working on Cadbury’s Fruit and Nut and Sandeman’s Port, both of which were credited by D&AD in 1966 and 1967 respectively.

Badham suffered a heart attack after struggling with Alzheimer’s for some years. He leaves behind a wife, Priscilla, and two daughters.

His funeral will take place at Mortlake Crematorium at 11.20am on 29 August.

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