2013.06.19

Windhoek Lager Ambassadors

Windhoek Lager Ambassadors was an outreach programme that recognises extraordinary Namibians for their contribution to that country. The programme lasted seven months and each month three nominees were picked by the public (and judges) in different categories. We produced 21 short interviews with all the nominees, in addition to posters, radio ads, Facebook apps, mobile solutions and other collateral. The programme culminated in a gala event, attended by the Namibian Prime Minister and other dignitaries, to celebrate the winners.
2013.05.10

I hate morning people

Chaywa wanted to tout the qualities of its coffee (i.e it makes you a morning person). So I paired an irritable curmudgeon with a chipper young go-getter and this is what came out. Very professional voice-over artists and the generous help of a Creative Director made it work
2013.05.23

Windhoek Pure Beer Society Venues

A design-led project to create Windhoek Beer themed drinking venues, where the beer's values and ethos lived. This project involved interior design, public relations, furniture-making and a little bit of my writing. Perhaps the first and last time my copy was carved on to furniture
2013.10.10

I needed tickets, I needed tickets badly

Windhoek Lager wanted to announce their first year as the sponsor of the Windhoek Jazz Festival - as well as give away tickets - in an interesting and engaging way. I wrote a noir-inspired radio script for that
2013.02.26

Where to hide your money

I don't know if this was ever flighted on television. It came towards the end of a difficult creative relationship. The concept was to discourage people from hiding money in all the places that earn them nothing - in fact, inflation lessens the value of hidden money
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