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Why we're loving: Lucy Robinson, head of comedy, Brothers and Sisters

Why we're loving: Lucy Robinson, head of comedy, Brothers and Sisters

Robinson, the producer of The 11 O'Clock Show and Pramface, has joined Brothers and Sisters in the new part-time role of head of comedy.

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Why we're loving: Mike Alhadeff, junior planner, Grey London

Tell us about the project. The project is initiated by The International Exchange. TIE s aim is to match communication professionals with social projects around the globe. My project was based in Recife for one month. What did you do in your month...

 
 
Why we're loving: Lizzie Mabbott, TV producer, WCRS

Why we're loving: Lizzie Mabbott, TV producer, WCRS

Tell us about your book. Chinatown Kitchen is about how to use ingredients you would find in Chinatown and an Asian supermarket. Often, these supermarkets are quite confusing and intimidating: rows and rows of ingredients, without much to guide yo...

 
 
Why we're loving: Hugh Robertson, chief executive and founder, RPM

Why we're loving: Hugh Robertson, chief executive and founder, RPM

How did you get physically fit enough? Following three operations (for a back injury) and countless procedures, I started a comprehensive treatment and training programme in June 2013, with the aim of participating in the expedition in April 2015. M...

 
 
Why we're loving: Nathalie Miebach, artist

Why we're loving: Nathalie Miebach, artist

Tell us about your art. I translate scientific data related to ecology, meteorology and oceanography into woven sculptures, installations and musical scores. My main method of translation is basket-weaving, as it provides me with a simple, effecti...

 
 
Why we're loving: Jonas Roth and Rasmus Smith Bech, creatives, Grey London

Why we're loving: Jonas Roth and Rasmus Smith Bech, creatives, Grey London

Tell us about the project. We first started working on the project nearly two years ago. Our aim was to challenge Volvo s brand perception, moving away from the "sensible family car" image. Volvo is famous for raising safety standards for all vehicl...

 
 
Why we're loving: Andy Ansah, founder, Sports on Screen

Why we're loving: Andy Ansah, founder, Sports on Screen

How do you approach these types of projects? I tend to plan the movements two or three weeks in advance of the shoot. I create a mood film of what I want by using existing footage of matches. I start by looking at the script this helps you work ou...

 
 
Why we're loving: Stuart Williams, Ross Neil, Katherine Morris and Dino Burbidge, WCRS

Why we're loving: Stuart Williams, Ross Neil, Katherine Morris and Dino Burbidge, WCRS

Tell us about the project. We launched a digital outdoor campaign for Women s Aid to tackle domestic violence. Digital screens went live across London s Canary Wharf and Westfield and Birmingham s Bullring, showing a woman with a battered and bruise...

 
 
Why we're loving: Charlotte Adorjan and Michael Jones, creatives, AMV BBDO

Why we're loving: Charlotte Adorjan and Michael Jones, creatives, AMV BBDO

How did you come up with the idea? Cancer Research UK wanted to highlight the importance of early diagnosis in the fight against cancer. One of the best ways to beat it is to spot it early. But, as a nation, we don t pay enough attention to our heal...

 
 
Why we're loving: Dean Gaffney, actor

Why we're loving: Dean Gaffney, actor

Tell us about the project. It is an extension of Marmite s TV campaign. They wanted to shine a light on other areas of neglect and they had the brilliant idea of saving celebrities next. Together, we have created a really funny online film and the r...

 
 
Why we're loving: Shivonne Graham, fundraising and marketing director, Women for Women International

Why we're loving: Shivonne Graham, fundraising and marketing director, Women for Women International

Tell us about the project. Our challenge is to recruit sponsors, who make a monthly donation of 22 to support a woman through our year-long training programme in countries affected by war and conflict. Each sponsor is connected with an individual a...

 
 
Matt Roach and David Lawrie, copywriter and art director, M&C Saatchi

Matt Roach and David Lawrie, copywriter and art director, M&C Saatchi

Tell us about the campaign. Ebola is, quite literally, bloody shit. The epidemic has taken more than 6,900 lives and what s making matters worse is that health workers are being stigmatised in West African communities. "Africa united" aims to raise ...

 
 
Why we're loving: James Massiah, poet

Why we're loving: James Massiah, poet

Tell us about the project. TH_NK approached me and the RPCO about a project that would blend poetry and music. I have never worked with an orchestra, and I realised this was an opportunity that couldn t be passed up. How long did you get to rehear...

 
 
Why we're loving: Bernard Butler and Raife Burchell

Why we're loving: Bernard Butler and Raife Burchell

This week we're loving Bernard Butler and Raife Burchell, the music supervisor and composer representative at Dirty Soup.

 
 
Andrew Cooper, founder, Juiceman

Andrew Cooper, founder, Juiceman

Tell us about Juiceman. Six years ago, I moved to Cheshire and bought an old fruit farm. I wanted to look at living more sustainably. I bought a Norwalk juicer and worked on recipes for juice cleansing. My friends and family started asking me to mak...

 
 
Why we're loving: Kim Gehrig, director, Somesuch & Co

Why we're loving: Kim Gehrig, director, Somesuch & Co

What was your brief and how did you interpret it? In my first meeting, I was asked to make something disruptive and behaviour-changing for women. Probably the best brief I have ever been given. How do you inspire women to engage in sport? The guys h...

 
 
Why we're loving: Lenka Tanner, head coach, AquaStars

Why we're loving: Lenka Tanner, head coach, AquaStars

Tell us about the project. I received an e-mail out of the blue from the agency, which was looking for freedivers or synchronised swimmers. I thought it sounded like an exciting opportunity. The whole experience has been such a whirlwind and, althou...

 
 
Why we're loving: Natalie Price, creative production assistant, TMW

Why we're loving: Natalie Price, creative production assistant, TMW

Tell us about your idea. Currently, there are 850,000 people in the UK suffering from dementia, and this number is set to soar over the next 20 years. There are many side effects associated with dementia, two of which are memory loss and wandering ...

 
 
Giles Cheetham and James Sindle, Flame and CG artist, Electric Theatre Collective

Giles Cheetham and James Sindle, Flame and CG artist, Electric Theatre Collective

Tell us about the project. "Left behinds" tells the story of a group of unwanted items at a jumble sale singing their little hearts out to Foreigner s 80s power ballad I Want To Know What Love Is . How did you choose the left behinds ? The dire...

 
 
Why we're loving: Olenka Lawrenson, head of new business and marketing, WCRS

Why we're loving: Olenka Lawrenson, head of new business and marketing, WCRS

Tell us about the project. The Wrap Up Project helps raise awareness for homeless people through the sale of "infectious" wrapping paper. Designed to look like snowflakes, it recreates viruses that pose health risks to people sleeping rough this win...

 
 
Why we're loving: Remco Graham and Richard Holmes, creative directors, Mcgarrybowen

Why we're loving: Remco Graham and Richard Holmes, creative directors, Mcgarrybowen

Tell us about the project. We re helping school kids grow their very first moustache out of grass. The project is called "Grovember" and is something we re doing with our Miracle-Gro client in support of the charity. Schools have often got involved...

 
 
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SINE QUA NON

 
 
 
Dave Trott

THINKING LIKE A PARROT

 
 
 
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King of Ping: A Pizza the Action

 
 
 
Lorelei Mathias

New Lines for London Underground

 
 
 
Lorelei Mathias

OLI AND JOSIE WIN AT CANNES

 
 
 
Dave Trott

JUMPING TO CONCLUSIONS

 
 
 

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