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Over the course of his career Jon’s done award winning, memorable work at some of the most forward thinking shops in advertising, including BBDO/SF, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, TBWA/Chiat/Day and Hal Riney, as well as being a founding creative when Mad Dogs first started. Jon’s style can be described as playful, provocative and honest.  Tirelessly able to get to the essence of the problem at hand, without ever forgetting that the simplicity of truth is all it really takes to get people to respond. His work has been celebrated in almost every international advertising show, having won multiple One Show Pencils, a slot in the Clio Hall of Fame, Gold Effies, and several Cannes Lions, including a Grand Prix in film for Nike. Heck…he’s even won an Emmy. All that, whilst responsibly raising two nutty boys and skateboarding to work everyday from Bart.




Beyond his devotion to family and beloved Man Utd football team, Nick's dedicated most of his life to trying to make advertising less toxic and more loved. After helping put London-based agency Mavity Gilmore Jaume on the creative map, Nick moved to New York where he worked for TBWA/CHIAT and Ogilvy New York before founding upstart agency, Mad Dogs & Englishmen in 1991, leading it to become the 4A’s Small Agency of the Year. Beyond Mad Dogs, Nick also helped Wieden + Kennedy grow a dynamic new office in Shanghai. In the last 25 years, Nick has helped create memorable work for a wide range of major clients, along the way winning hundreds of shiny industry awards, teaching advertising and serving on the board of the One Club for Art and Copy. 




We’re lucky to have Paul’s leadership, as he’s long been one of the industry’s most sought after producers in the broadcast and digital content arenas. With years of experience and an impressive tour of duty in production both domestic and global, Paul has had the pleasure to bring a wide range of creative work to life while spearheading efforts for such clients as AT&T, BMW, Southwest Airlines, Intel, Cisco Systems, Lexus, Lee Jeans and Electronic Arts, to name a few. When Paul is not on set or on location, he spends time with his family, enjoying football (the beautiful game), taking a ride on his motorcycle and always surrounded by music and nature.