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Using the existing Yakult characters and referencing the 'Shirota strain' was mandatory. But with the help of a banging Donna Summer soundtrack, we managed to make it fun.

 "Eat cheese, Gringo!" When your brief is 'Flavour so big you can see it' - why not have a gunfight on top of a biscuit? 

The Sydney Morning Herald wanted a strong CTA on this special Spring offer. Subscriptions soared as a result.

ING DIRECT tasked me with making their financial services products sound more human and friendly. This clip was produced to appear on their blog.

Qantas and UNICEF teamed up with a very important message for all travellers. The fabulous Geoffrey Rush stepped in as talent.

Promoting MasterCard’s sponsorship of Taronga Zoo was always fun as there were lots of lovely images to play with. This POS piece sat at the front counters.

I love thinking visually and this ad – even though it is in Chinese – boasts a really strong and simple idea, with the elongated abacus denoting increased riches.

MasterCard ran several major campaigns for the female market. I wrote, cast and styled this job.

UNICEF was a fantastic client to work on but often quite confronting as well. This ad focused on the Myanmar crisis.

A simple but memorable press ad aimed at helping people become more financially savvy.

There were three print executions and a TVC in this campaign in which McCormick threw down the gauntlet to their competitors.

This poster was installed at the MCG during footy season.

Various Eastern Suburbs identities were used to showcase membership of this highly exclusive club in a successful print and outdoor campaign.