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DLKW Lowe ECDs Rich Denney and Dave Henderson pick their Desert Island Ads

Rich Denney and Dave Henderson joined DLKW Lowe as executive creative directors in 2011. Described by Mark Wnek as London’s ‘most grown-up creative team,’ they first worked together at RKCR/Y&R before moving to Saatchi and Saatchi and then DDB. They ...

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Will London’s Alan Grové picks his Desert Island Ads

Alan Grové is co-founder and creative partner at Will London. The agency creates ‘Ideas That Sell’ for clients including Slendertone, Krispy Kreme, Hiver, Trunki, Stuffa, Femifree and BMR Vital. Originally a copywriter, since 1993 Alan has spent time working in ...

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Jason Goodman picks his Desert Island Products

Jason Goodman is the founder and CEO of Albion in London, now part of MDC’s KBS Group. Albion has built its reputation in part on its work with start-up companies, working for them and sharing space and resources. It describes ...

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101’s Mark Elwood picks his Desert Island Ads

Mark Elwood is a founding partner and creative director at 101, whose clients include GAME, Innocent, Scottish Widows, Tango, and Vauxhall. He was previously head of design at JWT and Euro RSCG, head of design and board director at AMV ...

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Lucky General Andy Nairn picks his Desert Island Ads

Andy Nairn co-founded Lucky Generals, one of the brightest new London agencies, with Helen Calcraft and Danny Brooke-Taylor in 2013. He spent his first nine years in the industry as a planner at AMV BBDO, Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe and ...

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Joe Alexander, CCO of The Martin Agency, picks his Desert Island Ads

Joe Alexander is managing partner and CCO of one of North America’s finest agencies The Martin Agency. Based in Richmond and New York, Alexander oversees a department of 200 creatives and producers. Major accounts include Walmart and Geico (see below). ...

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Anatomised creative partner Mike Everett picks his Desert Island Ads

Mike Everett is a writer and creative director. He began his career in earnest at Collett Dickenson Pearce in the mid-seventies, rising to board director and creative group head. He then worked as an executive creative director at both Allen ...

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