Brittaney Kiefer

Creativity & culture editor

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

Viagra tackles stigma with modern-day love story

Viagra tackles stigma with modern-day love story

Work aims to start new conversation about erectile problems...

Industry employees anxious and unmotivated to return to office, survey finds

Industry employees anxious and unmotivated to return to office, survey finds

Staff well-being needs to be greater priority for businesses, Nabs says.

Pick of the Week: Bodyform's '#Wombstories' is an intimate look at women's experiences

Pick of the Week: Bodyform's '#Wombstories' is an intimate look at women's experiences

The ad explores stories that are often shrouded in taboo and shame.

BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 unite to champion power of British TV

BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 unite to champion power of British TV

Campaign by Uncommon highlights TV's role in UK creative economy.

Iain Tait and Ben Armistead to leave W&K London

Iain Tait and Ben Armistead to leave W&K London

Agency is also making redundancies.

VCCP bags Walkers advertising account

VCCP bags Walkers advertising account

Agency went up against Uncommon in final shoot-out...

Carlsberg welcomes back pubs with reunion story

Carlsberg welcomes back pubs with reunion story

Campaign by Fold7 marks reopening of pubs across England as lockdown eases.

Agencies urge creative industry to fight for environmental progress post-lockdown

Agencies urge creative industry to fight for environmental progress post-lockdown

Campaign calls on advertisers and marketers to use creativity to promote sustainable living as lockdowns ease around the world.

Bodyform chronicles 'womb stories' in all their emotional complexities
Two agencies face crunch decision in Walkers ad pitch

Two agencies face crunch decision in Walkers ad pitch

Brand split with AMV in May after more than two decades.

Fast-food brands reimagine the future after 'hardest, longest Monday ever'
IPA agencies launch apprenticeship scheme to diversify creative departments

IPA agencies launch apprenticeship scheme to diversify creative departments

Remote-learning programme aims to train creatives from more diverse backgrounds.

Covid-19 hindering access to creative industries for underrepresented groups

Covid-19 hindering access to creative industries for underrepresented groups

Creative Access surveyed emerging talent to find out how the pandemic was affecting job prospects.

New initiative calls for equal pay for freelancers in creative industries

New initiative calls for equal pay for freelancers in creative industries

#FreelancerPayGap is latest project aiming to expose inequalities of pay amid Black Lives Matter movement.

#BrandShareTheMic challenges brands to give their platforms to black voices

#BrandShareTheMic challenges brands to give their platforms to black voices

Livity-led initiative will showcase black talent by allowing them to take over brands' Instagram accounts for a day.

BBH London names Karen Martin CEO in leadership rejig

BBH London names Karen Martin CEO in leadership rejig

Martin will take helm at agency alongside new creative chief Stephen de Wolf.

Pick of the Week: Justice4Grenfell issues powerful reminder on third anniversary

Pick of the Week: Justice4Grenfell issues powerful reminder on third anniversary

Campaign by BBH is a memorial to the 72 victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.

Diesel's Pride ad tells surprising story of faith and transgender rights

Diesel's Pride ad tells surprising story of faith and transgender rights

Film by Publicis Italy follows Francesca, a young woman who learns to embrace her true identity.

Justice4Grenfell puts names of Grenfell Tower victims back in the news

Justice4Grenfell puts names of Grenfell Tower victims back in the news

Campaign by BBH took over newspapers and outdoor sites in London.

Normal People director Lenny Abrahamson on making people feel during lockdown

Normal People director Lenny Abrahamson on making people feel during lockdown

The Irish director talks about adapting the popular novel...