Lovely to see Emily and Charlie – who have just finished a 6 month stint at Jack Morton – who create experiences that connect brands to the people who matter most to them. Find out more at http://www.jackmorton.com
Thank you for coming and sharing your stories – and for reviewing the D&AD and YCN competition work.
They are just about to start their second internship at Pretty Green – good luck girls!
A big thank-you to James Gerrard-Jones for coming up and sharing hs knowledge of the photography industry. And showing us some superb work from their stable of photographers. The students loved to see the work and hear how art directors and photographers work together and how to get the best results!
To see the work follow the link… http://wyattclarkejones.com/
It was great to see Joe Shields and Miriam Patience back at Bucks, after graduating last summer.
Both decided to head off into the advertising world as individuals – and both have just got Joe has just joined Open Digital Communications as copywriter and is loving it – Miriam has joined Stink Studios as junior copywriter Open’s expertise is in bespoke web and mobile platform design and development, digital and social media marketing, and strategic, technical and design consultancy – and he’s loving it too! Stink, is one of the world’s most diverse and awarded creative networks. Comprised of Stink Films and Stink Studios, Stink creates film, interactive and original content for clients across advertising, entertainment, music and the arts.
They came up to share their stories with the third years – and also to vet the students’ work for D&AD and YCN. Thanks guys – it was fabulous to see you both!
It was great to see The Hub’s Mike, Matt and Elliott up at Bucks for the Creative Academy briefing on YHA. Beth, the client from The Youth Hostel Association, also came to share her YHA stories and experiences. The winners will get a paid internship at The Hub.
We’re up against Falmouth advertising course in this competition – so do your best Bucks!
The lovely Eddie Fisher, senior creative at Luck Generals, is running a month-long workshop for the 3rd year students. Jul;ie, who taught Eddie at Bucks in the early noughties, escorted the third yesars to the first workshop last week – which focused on idea generation for the D&AD and YCN student competitions. Fingers crossed they come up with some fab work. Once again, thanks Eddie!
My Beautiful Launderette
Bucks Adschool 1st and 3rd year students were privileged to meet artist Ian Berry
and receive a tour of his latest exhibition at the Catto Gallery in London.
Ian gave a great talk giving students many insights and anecdotes about his work and the art world in general. He also answered questions about him time at Bucks and his successful time in advertising.
This exhibition, of his work with denim, opened last week and has all but sold out. The basement houses an installation titled ‘Launderette’ which is also the subject of many of his images.
Ian is visiting Bucks on Monday 5 December to talk about his work to a much wider and diverse audience.
the 3rd years pose with Ian in the launderette
The 1st years take a look around the gallery with Ian
The 3rd years enjoyed an afternoon in the company of top creative thinker, rebel and all round good guy, Steve Henry. a fascinating talk and then workshop revolving around ethics of advertising and how it could help the world become a better place.
Brilliant stuff – thanks Steve!
Steve Henry was Founder / Creative Director of Howell Henry Chaldecott Lury, the agency voted Campaign’s Agency of the Year three times and Campaign’s Agency of the Decade in 2000.
He has won most of the major creative awards, including the D&AD Gold Pencil, the Grand Prix at Cannes, the Grand Prix at the British Television Awards, and the President’s Award at Creative Circle (twice).
In 2008 he was included in Campaign Magazine’s inaugural Hall of Fame, a collection of the 40 most influential people in British advertising over the last 50 years.
In 2011 Steve founded Decoded, a company that teaches anyone to code in a day. He also writes a blog on the Campaign web-site about creativity.
Stu Outhwaite – fabulous creative and human being – looks after the 3rd years for a week at his agency, Creature London. The week is an enjoyable, but incredibly tough bootcamp – ideas will be flying!!
Max and Ellis win best film!
Thanks Simon and Jon!
Many thanks to Simon Sworn and Kat Thomas, creative directors at JWT and Jon Lawton and Charlie Rose, creative directors at Stink Studios for a brilliant brief and workshop. The 3rd year students made some brilliant branded content films that went straight onto youtube. Well done all!
Congratulations to Kinga and Sam for winning The Tomato Awards!
Alex Taylor gave her hugely successful Art Direction masterclass to the 3rd years – more frightening (she is one tough cookie) than usual with Alex dressed as a witch, well, it was Halloween!
The Masterclass is a not-to-be missed experience, giving the students an insight into top-level art direction and how to approach it, from a legend within the advertising industry.
Thank you Alex!