Georgina Brazier

Head of video

Georgina heads editorial and commercial video content at Campaign. Before that, she was a video producer and web producer for the Brand Republic Group. Contact her at or  020 8267 8036.

Campaign documentary: The future of the high street

Today's high street has long been struggling to keep up with the changing demands of consumers, with many brands forced to close their doors or restructure their businesses.

Can adland match the strapline to the brand?

At Campaign's 50th Dean Street shoot, we challenged adland's great and good to guess the brand when faced with advertising straplines through the ages.

Final answer? Adland takes on our 50th quiz

Think you know your advertising? Let's see

Inside Geometry's 360 immersive retail space

WPP agency Geometry UK has launched a brand new 3D, 360-degree immersive retail space, enabling visitors to experience what it is like to shop all over the world.

Adland sing their favourite jingles

During the Dean Street shoot for Campaign's 50th anniversary, we asked adland to sing their favourite jingles...

Acid-attack victims group crafts short film to call for change

ASTI aims to highlight the increase in acid attacks in Europe.

How Campo Viejo is bringing Spanish culture to the UK

The Pernod Ricard-owned brand has launched 'Casa Campo Viejo', a dining experience embracing the Spanish culture of sharing through food and wine.

Bwin aims to break conventions in gaming advertising with cinematic approach

Unlike others in the category, the gaming brand's most recent work has taken a cinematic approach, while also focusing on the 'the feeling' of winning a bet.

How Greenpeace touched hearts and inspired action with an animated orangutan

The organisation's petition to end the use of dirty palm oil in consumer products has received over 60,000 signatures since the campaign was released earlier this month.

Industry-funded school challenges adland's diversity problem

Digital guru Ally Owen has founded Brixton Finishing School, a free, 12-week course in digital, advertising and marketing skills for young people from BAME/unrepresented backgrounds.

Nik Roope: Poke co-founder now runs Plumen

My side hustle: why Poke's Nik Roope launched an energy efficient light bulb brand

Starting with one prototype back in 2007 and launching the first production model three years later, Poke's co-founder Nik Roope now runs Plumen, a growing designer efficient light bulb company.

Campaign Big Awards winners talk best campaigns

From Grey and The British Heart Foundation's "Hard & Fast" to VCCP with '', we spoke to creatives about their previous Campaign Big Award-winning campaigns.

Pride in London campaign 'captures the trans experience in a way that isn't an after thought'

Pride in London's Somewhere Over the Rainbow campaign takes a different direction this year by asking the question 'What is Pride and what does it mean?'

What winning at Campaign Big Awards meant to me: VCCP's Darren Bailes

Darren Bailes, ECD at VCCP, talks about how winning a Big award for's first meerkat campaign helped put him and the agency on the map.

What winning at Campaign Big Awards meant to us: Alex Grieve & Adrian Rossi, AMV BBDO

AMV BBDO's executive creative directors, Adrian Rossi and Alex Grieve, talk about winning a Campaign Big for a Toyota campaign back in the 1990s.

Pick of the week: Ecover's 'Rubbish cafe' was a meaningful experience

Ecover's "Rubbish café" activation, where consumers could pay for a meal with a piece of recyclable plastic, was more than your typical brand experience.

Ecover uses 'Rubbish Cafe' to educate consumers on clean living

Ecover, the eco-friendly cleaning brand, created a pop-up café to educate consumers about their use of single-waste plastic.

How Channel 4 played on robot paranoia to successfully promote 'Humans'

Channels 4's "Human Test" campaign has left viewers confused as to whether what they are watching is real.

My side hustle: why I write for a magazine that doesn't make women 'feel shit'

LA Ronayne, creative director, Stink Studios spends her spare time writing for women's "smart" magazine Riposte and believes that the advertising industry could learn a lot from the recent 'boom' in independent publishing.

My side hustle: how I built a community with a circus school

A year ago, Luke Trentham Shaw of WPP-owned agency Possible launched a circus school designed to target anyone wanting to learn performance skills; while simultaneously becoming part of a unique community.