When visiting agency websites, most people go straight for the work, then when they get bored, head over to the photos page to see how many attractive people work there. Hopefully it’ll take you a while to get to the photos page.



The Driver’s Car Since 1975

To celebrate the 40th birthday of the BMW 3 Series we created a tribute to the car, the fans and the pursuit of innovation.


Grant’s Whisky


When Grant’s sponsored Sky Sports’ UEFA Euro 2016 qualifier games, a series of idents like no other were brought to play.



Colour Outside The Lines

Valspar wanted customers to be brave with their paint colour. So we said, who cares if a colour is fashionable? Remember what it was like choosing colours just because we loved them.


Our FCB network

Live in Levis

FCB’s relationship with Levi’s goes back to 30s. This integrated global campaign, Live in Levis, from FCB West, got to the heart of the brand. Do absolutely anything in Levi’s, just don't bore them.



Road to Twickenham

BMW devotedly sponsors England Rugby from grass-roots level . This film, to celebrate 6 Nations, captures the journey of fans and players alike. Turn up your volume!


Post Office

Unexpected Places

Doobie the Dachshund has a keen interest financial services. So, following the success of our Christmas campaign for the Post Office who better to launch their new Money service.




In essence, driving a BMW is about exhilaration. The emotion behind the ultimate driving machine is very primal in some respects. From these truths, our first TV spot for BMW, 'Curiosity', came to be.


Work from our FCB network

Rainbow nation

Coca Cola celebrated 20 years of South Africa's 'Rainbow Nation' with real rainbows over buildings, using recycled water, created by our clever colleagues in FCB Johannesburg.



Doing the right thing isn’t always easy, but shouldn’t it be rewarded? For many pensioners who did the sensible thing and saved for retirement, it didn’t seem so. We needed to redress the balance.


Post Office

Get Christmas Wrapped Up

Christmas ads fight for attention. We made sure Robert Webb, the Minister of Christmas, shouted loudest for the Post Office. Guest starring Doobie the dachshund.


Department for Education

Your Future, Their Future

With the help of Mr Burton from 'Educating Yorkshire', we repositioned teaching - one of the country’s most important but undervalued jobs - as the respected, rewarding and inspirational profession that it really is.




Instead of settling for a traditional CRM approach, we created a film beautifully highlighting the power of X-Drive, using an instinctive metaphor to show a lesson in road holding.



Get In. Go Far

Seven real apprentices, currently working with blue-chip companies like Google and ASOS , make young people rethink their opinion of the scheme in this government backed campaign.



Worst time for an itch

When is the worst time for an itch? In a meeting? On a date? When attempting the first ever crevasse highline? Better grab the NIVEA.



Content Desire

Sky wanted to raise the profile of Entertainment on Sky and grab the attention of Freeviewers. We developed a TV sampling strategy with long-form ads to give viewers a snippet of the Sky experience.



The Underwear Rule

Warning your kids against sexual abuse could not be a more difficult conversation to have. This could not have been a more simple solution.



Made in Sheffield

To celebrate the launch of the first Oreo UK factory, we created a poster and press campaign that made Sheffield inhabitants proud. There was quite a lot to work with, actually.



Sh*t Kids Say

Spotting the children who are suffering from abuse is not always obvious. This powerful and surprising film helps us see the signs.



The Sky Difference

The battle for TV subscription has intensified, with brands shouting louder and customers feeling increasingly confused. We helped Sky to rise above this with a charming, benefit–led campaign, which drove acquisition and loyalty.


The Money Advice Service

Ask MA

Many would rather talk about their sex life than money matters. This campaign helped persuade people that asking for advice from the Money Advice Service is a completely normal thing to do.



Turn it around

An award winning national campaign that inspired a generation of young people achieve their goals and redefine their lives.



The Sun Has Got His Hat On

By teaming up with Cancer Research this ATL campaign saw Brits finally remember to slap on the sunscreen.