Brittaney Kiefer

Creativity and digital editor

Brittaney Kiefer is the creativity and digital editor for Campaign. Contact her at brittaney.kiefer@haymarket.com or 020 8267 8022. 

Pick of the week: BBC's World Cup campaign sets a new creative standard
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Pick of the week: BBC's World Cup campaign sets a new creative standard

Other World Cup ads pale in comparison to the beautiful embroidered animation from the BBC.

Channel 4's next Diversity in Advertising Award calls for original portrayals of women
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Channel 4's next Diversity in Advertising Award calls for original portrayals of women

Channel 4 will give its next Diversity in Advertising Award to a creative idea that challenges the portrayal of women in media.

BBC's ambitious World Cup campaign makes history with an embroidered tapestry animation
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BBC's ambitious World Cup campaign makes history with an embroidered tapestry animation

Every frame of the BBC's World Cup ad was individually embroidered, while a real tapestry will live on after the tournament as a historical record of iconic football moments.

Just Eat appoints Dark Horses to launch first World Cup campaign
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Just Eat appoints Dark Horses to launch first World Cup campaign

Just Eat has hired Dark Horses, the sports marketing agency that is part of Lucky Generals, to create its first ever World Cup campaign.

'There's got to be something more I can do': one creative's path from adland to an 'impossible' brand
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'There's got to be something more I can do': one creative's path from adland to an 'impossible' brand

Sasha Markova left adland in search of a new creative outlet and discovered an 'impossible' plant-based food company. Now she has a message for creatives who have lost their purpose.

'The End of the F***ing World' director Entwistle on how to get your weird ideas made
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'The End of the F***ing World' director Entwistle on how to get your weird ideas made

Jonathan Entwistle, the Stink director of Netflix and Channel 4 series The End of the F***ing World, says there have never been more opportunities for creators. He talks to Campaign about standing out, the art of compromise, and how he made a "fucked up version of Dawson's Creek."

How Google made the first-ever VR Doodle to celebrate a filmmaking legend
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How Google made the first-ever VR Doodle to celebrate a filmmaking legend

Google took its daily Doodle to another dimension by immersing viewers in a VR story paying tribute to pioneering filmmaker Georges Méliès. Campaign asks the creators how they pulled it off.

Pick of the week: Mother made a comedy song with a serious message to fight trolling
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Pick of the week: Mother made a comedy song with a serious message to fight trolling

Mother took the right approach in a campaign fighting back against online trolls.

Turkey of the week: Co-op's bank holiday ad lacks imagination
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Turkey of the week: Co-op's bank holiday ad lacks imagination

Everyone loves a bank holiday, especially when the sun comes out.

It is time for a 'revolution' of funny women in advertising
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It is time for a 'revolution' of funny women in advertising

Lynne Parker set up Funny Women to disprove the old stereotype that women can't be funny. Now she's taking her mission to advertising.

Pick of the week: Channel 4's 'Human Test' cleverly uncovers the synths among us
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Pick of the week: Channel 4's 'Human Test' cleverly uncovers the synths among us

Channel 4 previously made waves with innovative work to promote the drama Humans, and this latest campaign has the same creative flair.

Get a lift to work, give a book crit: how one creative duo is trying to break into advertising
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Get a lift to work, give a book crit: how one creative duo is trying to break into advertising

A young creative team trying to break into the advertising industry is offering busy agency executives free taxi rides to work in exchange for book crits.

Mother made a spoof song for Woman's Hour that fights back against online trolls
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Mother made a spoof song for Woman's Hour that fights back against online trolls

Four women who were victims of trolling are reclaiming their online identities through a campaign by Mother airing on BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour.

'Shut up and listen': The Chemical Brothers director Adam Smith shares his secret to strong creative partnerships
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'Shut up and listen': The Chemical Brothers director Adam Smith shares his secret to strong creative partnerships

The director who has worked with The Chemical Brothers since their first gig shares his tips for successful creative collaborations.

Isle of Dogs designer Dorn on how Wes Anderson changed her creative process
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Isle of Dogs designer Dorn on how Wes Anderson changed her creative process

Designer Erica Dorn can divide her creative career so far into two distinct stages: before Wes Anderson and after.

Fearless Girl and Tide win coveted D&AD black Pencils
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Fearless Girl and Tide win coveted D&AD black Pencils

Fearless Girl and Tide's 2018 Super Bowl ad won two of the three black Pencils awarded for creative excellence in advertising and design at tonight's D&AD awards ceremony.

Brands can be 'flag bearers of hope' when governments fail us, artist Robert Montgomery believes
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Brands can be 'flag bearers of hope' when governments fail us, artist Robert Montgomery believes

The street artist known for taking over billboards with poetry believes advertising has the power to create social change and warns creatives against cynicism.

Guardian and D&AD to launch global creative festival
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Guardian and D&AD to launch global creative festival

Guardian Media Group and D&AD have come together to launch a global festival of creativity in London.

Maltesers shines spotlight on misrepresented women in latest effort to diversify advertising
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Maltesers shines spotlight on misrepresented women in latest effort to diversify advertising

Maltesers is telling stories of diverse women who are often invisible in advertising, in a follow-up to the brand's successful campaign that aimed to break taboos of people with disabilities.

Pick of the week: Uniqlo takes a worthy risk with Solange's performance art piece
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Pick of the week: Uniqlo takes a worthy risk with Solange's performance art piece

"Metatronia", the performance art piece created by Solange Knowles Ferguson in partnership with Uniqlo, will divide opinion.