Philip Handford, Creative Director.
Phil’s dog Bones recently relocated to the countryside, but despite the recent move, Phil remains moderately obsessed with his pet. He is a contradiction in his own right: living on opposite sides of Britain simultaneously, exploring the peculiar in the commercial, and keeping this bunch of odd creatives (minus dog) together to keep Campaign going forward.
Steven Wynne, Design Director.
With a penchant for New York and dressing solely in the colour grey, Steve is one of those characters you just can’t really figure out when you first meet him. As far as we can tell, he enjoys arranging things, and speaks in bullet points, which can be quite an effective asset when time-crunched and receiving the task to make stuff happen.
Amy-Jayne Green, Marketing & New Business Manager.
A true party girl at heart, Amy keeps the office on trend and fun. With an infectious laugh and glamorous hollywood smile she is endlessly positive ( to your face) keeping this slightly less attractive bunch in line. Queen of the selfies and all things social media .........#CAMPAIGNLOVES.
Jenny Ford, Associate.
Living life out of one of those enviable oversized warehouse apartments, Jenny wears black and is kind of like, the epitome of cool, but not because she wants to be, she just kind of is, unintentionally. If she was a character in Mean Girls, she would be untouchable (except no-one may understand her slight Aussie twang.)
Francesca Henley, Senior Designer.
A travel enthusiast, Francesca is happiest when the sun is out and she is exploring new countries. Presumably, this is why she has this glow about her, making her appear distinctly un-British, even though she is. She also has an fiercely competitive side which we can only assume comes from her severe addiction to tea.
Ryan Rankin, Senior Designer.
Levitating towards the finer things in life, Ryan can be found somewhere West changing his outfit. He is the type that is still young but very serious, with sophisticated socials skills and a packed cultural agenda. He is that polished, presentable person we should all aim to be like, but we’re not.
Luke Ward, Designer.
Luke is quite a particular designer and this runs through much of his life choices too, on the side he also builds bikes and is quite a menswear aficionado. On the subject of bikes Luke's been a bit of one himself, having worked freelance for many of the top names in the industry before coming to the Campaign family!
Jennifer Tait, Designer.
Jennifer is a wee Scottish lass who is, somewhat stereotypically, really really good with a hula-hoop. Controversially, she does suffer from globophobia, which is the irrational fear of balloons. Her birthday is August 17.
Fiona Nolan, Designer.
All the way from Ireland, Fiona is originally from Dublin, but has lived in London for 4 years. With a passion for high end design and a flair for the crafts, Fiona is a force of nature in all things creative. She's always smiling and even though she is only 5ft 2, she's hard to push over. Oh and she once worked as a Pirate... Seriously.
Sarah Beesley, Finance Manager.
Not your average finance girl when she’s not in the studio cracking the spending whip you can find her hanging out at the latest gallery opening or checking out art fairs. By night you will find her behind the DJ booth attempting to DJ but failing miserably so she settles for dancing like know one is watching. Oh and she is also allergic to dairy.
Zoe Baker, Designer.
Zoe likes the outdoors in a number of ways, most significantly highlighted by incidents uninspiringly involving public transport. She has successfully lost skirts, shoes and belts whilst running for trains and has resolved to just embracing it, filling the office with one of those infectious laughs, that I am sure she developed only to hide the pain.