During the past three years, we’ve spent more money on Megabus journeys to London than we have on our girlfriends, which is why we don’t have girlfriends. Looking back, most of the ideas in our book were born on the backseat of a Megabus. Right now, we're at BBH London.

Marc Rayson | Copywriter | Email
Callum Prior | Art Director | Email

BBH London | October 2013 - Present
VCCP | August - September 2013
Fallon | November - December 2012
BBH London | July - October 2012
JWT | February 2012
The Leith Agency | October 2011
The Leith Agency | May 2011

Awards & Honours
D&AD Student Yellow Pencil
Cyber, Cannes Young Lions 2014
Winners, Cream 2013
Winners, Cream 2012
Creation of the Month, New Creatives Global
Brief Winner - Student Roses Creativity Awards 2011
Featured in Creative Review
Featured in Adweek Talent Gallery
Shortlisted in Ideas Tap by Mother London
Winning Team at Brainyhacks/SheSays 2012
Showcased in Europe's Shameless Promotion, Advertising Week
Featured in Creative Circle - Creativity without clients
Showcased in YCC Unite 3, 5 & 6

University of Sunderland
Graduated in 2013

'Little Monster' - TVC

Our first TV commercial, brilliantly directed by Karen from Pop Up Films. It took 6 weeks from brief to television with only a 30k budget. We were lucky enough to work under a brilliant CD, Ewan Paterson, who gave us the freedom to write such a different film for the RFU brand.

Casting for the film was key, but Zac played the part amazingly. The overall casting was a crazy experience. 37 kids in one day. We asked one little actor what he wanted in the future and he replied 'a big bag of sausages.' Couldn't disagree.

The commercial aired on TV and ran online in the run up to the Marriott 7s tournament. But by far the most special moment was when Ewan played the ad in the BBH company meeting in front of the 400 strong agency. A really nice moment for everyone involved.

BBH London

Creative Director
Ewan Paterson

Karen Cunningham

D&AD Yellow Pencil | Make Your Mark | 2013

Creative Review, Pick of Cream
Creative Review, D&AD Winners
D&AD Annual 2013
Sky News, Tyne & Wear
Sunderland Echo

Brief | Do something famous

Within minutes of Boris Johnson gloriously getting himself stuck on a zip wire during the Olympics, we created a meme of him dangling in the most hilarious of locations. Placing 10 or so examples on a blog and then Twitter, 8 million people interacted with the project in 48 hours. Ultimately, all of the tweets and interactions pushed #DangleBoris to Twitter's top trending topic on the day.

NBC aired it. Newspapers covered it. Blogs featured it. Hundreds were sent to us. Vanessa Feltz even rung us.

BBH London

Creative Director
Pablo Marques

International print for British Airways' Boeing A380.

'Don't Fly, Support Team GB' press ad on the final day of London 2012. Over the course of the games we wrote two press ads per day to support and congratulate British athletes. This was the final one, which ran on the front page of Metro.

BBH London

Creative Director
Hamish Pinnell

The Sony Xperia Z1 + QX10 Smart Lens enables high quality photography with a Smartphone. But, the QX10 Smart Lens can also take photos and video while completely detached from the device.

To demo this, we used it to drive a car around the Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit. However, the windscreen was completely covered. To capture the experience, we worked with Top Gear.


Creative Directors
Neil Shanlin & Katie Welch Cook

D&AD Brief
| Make Peace One Day unmissable

Idea | A global cease fire across XBox Live war games

Unfortunately, we weren't commended by D&AD, but a very simular idea did win a yellow pencil. They took the idea an extra mile.

The worst and best thing to ever happen to us. Worst because it was a 'Student of the Year' winning idea. Best because nothing has ever pushed us to work harder.

Thankfully, the following year we won a yellow pencil.