In our Private View feature, we ask top creatives from around the world to pick their country's best new work. This month we find out what's hot in Scandinavia


Anders Lidzell tried a variety of careers, including sociology, journalism and stock analysis, before moving to advertising and working as a copywriter for 14 years. He is now executive creative director at Paradiset DDB. He has received awards nationally and internationally for work he has produced for brands including Volvo and Audi.

ERIK HEISHOLT - Leo Burnett Oslo

Heisholt started his career in advertising in 1993. After just a few months he made his first commercial and won a Bronze Lion in Cannes. He joined Leo Burnett Oslo in 1995 and in 2000 he became the youngest Executive Creative Director in Norway. He has won numerous international awards, both as a copywriter and creative director.

TIMO EVERI - Hasan & Partners

Timo Everi began his career as a copywriter for Dinosaurus Oy in 1985 before moving to Mainosforum Oy in 1987. He enjoyed a spell at Erma&Horelli before becoming a partner in start-up agency Hasan & Partners in 1991. He has received awards at Cannes, Cresta, Clio's, Epica New York, as well as over one hundred national awards.

And, linking to our sister title, Campaign, we have a regular Private View UK section, featuring the opinions of leading local creatives


Stanners decided to go into advertising after a placement at BBH. She first joined Ayer Barker and GGK before moving to GGT. Six years on, she joined Dorlands as a group head. In 1996 she joined St Luke's and started work on picking up new business. Kate has been involved in most of the agency's creative output over the past five years as creative director.

MALCOLM DUFFY - Miles Calcraft Briginshaw Duffy

After graduating in Law, Duffy worked at agencies including DMB&B, Colman RSCG, CDP and AMV BBDO. After leaving AMV in 1999, he joined forces with three colleagues to start up Miles Calcraft Briginshaw Duffy, an agency noted for its rapid success.


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