2023 had us thinking a good deal more globally. From fancy jacket launches in New York, to future cities in the Middle East, to tourism on the west coast of Ireland. We also did our fair share of work on more familiar projects for Nescafé, Carlsberg, Asda, Ring, and Goldman Sachs, with Publicis, M&C Saatchi, Fold7, Havas, and VML/Y&R. And we completed the year launching a new campaign for Vanguard and a pitch win for AML. Lots of happy clients.

2022 saw us popping up all over the place - Ogilvy, Now, Fold7, 23red, AML, Snap London, draftLine (Anheuser-Busch’s internal agency), and Karmarama (which changed its name to Accenture Song while we were there). We helped Fold7 win the global pitch for Carlsberg, we wrote a global campaign for Prudential’s asset management company (PGIM), and we helped out on a VERY last minute social campaign for The World Cup, as well as a bunch of other briefs for BT, BP, Barclays, Budweiser, bagels, and blood donation. It was a good year for the Bs.

We had just three jobs in 2021 - but they were all good long stints. We helped Havas with the global pitch for Honor phones (they won), we spent a few months at Wunderman Thompson helping them sort out Shell’s comms for the next few years (quite a challenge), and we finished the year at Pablo writing and making six 90s TVCs for a joint NatWest and ITV project with Alison Hammond (she’s just like she is on the telly). Oh, and Cadbury ran our Secret Santa campaign again (its fourth Christmas - they’re definitely getting their money’s worth).

2020 wasn't a great year, but 2019 was more like it, with spells at Fold7, BBH, O&M, Kindred, and a few smaller agencies. We helped Fold7’s Probably Not Carlsberg campaign win The Drum and Marketing Week's campaign of the year, got a Weetabix radio ad into Campaign’s best of 2019 (number 5), had our 2018 Secret Santa campaign re-used by Cadbury, and we finished the year with a nomination for Yuno Juno’s best freelance team award.