A fresh team in Amsterdam. Jess Gunn is copy and James Crossley is art. Both from opposite sides of the world, we’ve recently joined forces with a shared desire to kick butt in the creative ad world. And when you’re a new team in town, you need to prove yourself. The proof, in our case, is doing.
Since teaming up in September, we’ve won two and a half Jonge Honden pitches and an Honourable Mention at Eurobest. Not bad, if we do say so ourselves.
Amsterdam Agency Experience: The Brave New Now, Iris Worldwide, Nomads (and individually 180 and Cloud Factory).
Work for clients: Tesla (motors and power), Ciroq Vodka, Heineken, Nike.
He has had 8 teeth pulled out, can do a one-legged squat, raced semi-professionally in the Nascar 2014 Cup Series and has never had a pet or a kebab.
Approaching Art Direction from a Graphic Design background, he has worked in London, Cape Town and now in Amsterdam, from tiny studios hidden above moped repair shops, to international agencies in grand canal houses.
Best described by one of her Creative Directors as having an outer child and an inner adult. She’s an improv amateur, word geek and dance-move master.
A copywriter by craft, she’s cut her teeth on some of Australia’s largest clients; including L’Oreal Paris, Maybelline, Metro Trains, Whiskas, My Dog, AGL, Tatts Lotto, Suncorp and Tigerair.
She’s been lucky enough to work with some of Australia’s leading advertising creatives and they've been unlucky enough to witness her dad jokes.