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2014 was a monster year - the output from one two-man creative team was huge and by 2015 Dave and I were exhausted. Noah's 8 employees moved to a bespoke in London Bridge - a big difference from sharing with St Luke's. In April, I left. Dave left in July and we freelanced through the summer, eventually landing at JWT.

Suzuki Vitara: print

We not only wrote and produced the TV ad for Vitara, we created all the posters that that appeared in the ad, the OOH that formed part of the campaign, the website, the in-store promotion and even the emails and DM encouraging people to book a test drive.

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The Light City Angels

This was the band we formed alongside the International Christian Playboys. We made angry vigilante protest music and the entire concept album is on YouTube. Written by me with music and vox from Jonny Hawkins, Lawrence de Malpas, Claire Yvonne Tilley and Alison Ifil. Dancing by Jon Burkhart. Video directed by Thomas Krygier.

ECHO: brand film

Having demonstrated in our previous film that ECHO is the choice of professionals working in the forests of northern Europe, it was time to move south to the olive groves of Italy where the locals also depend on the brand.

Church ad: Where do you stand?

This eerie little film was made in my own church for zero ££ and positions the Easter story as something paranormal that needs further investigation. Keep your eyes on the cross! Created with Tony, Mason and Cris from YWAM. 

Littlewoods: Christmas ad

The relationship with Noah ended in April 2015 and my first port of call was St Luke's whose office Noah used to share. They needed a Christmas ad using Myleene Klass and Mrs Bayfield reminded me that Myleene is a classically trained pianist - which was all the info I needed.

Cricklewood Baptist Church: Flyer

Shooting kids from above is much more photogenic than front on. Designed by Dave Jenner.

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Ladybird: Sir Tim Berners-Lee

In 2015, I realised that I didn't have a signed copy of the Ladybird Book I had written for the BBC back in 2000, and that Sir Tim-Berners Lee (who I had an email exchange with during the writing process) didn't have a copy at all. I sent him two to MIT where he was working plus a $10 note to cover the cost to send my one back - he created the web for free so why pay postage? Anyway, he sent the signed book back and the $10!

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