Nicholas Hulley and Nadja Lossgott are Creative Partners at AMV BBDO in London.
They are one of the most awarded creative teams in the world. How they got there still surprises them, given Nadja looks like a moody 16-year-old (18 in platforms) and Nick’s accent sounds like Jos Ackland in Lethal Weapon 2.
Here are some of the things their parents’ friends know about:
They are the team behind #Bloodnormal. A campaign for Bodyform/Libresse that aims to normalise periods. It is the first campaign in ad history to show period blood and has been hailed as groundbreaking by the likes of the BBC, Newsweek and The Guardian.
They Creative Directed a project called The Trash Isles, attempting to declare the world's largest trash patch in the ocean, an official country through the United Nations.
Earlier this year they completed a podcast series for the London Metropolitan Police that told the “heart-stopping” true stories of foiled UK terror attacks. It reached number two in the iTunes podcast charts.
In a declining beer market their work for Guinness helped put the brand back into positive growth for the first time in years. In 2014 their Guinness “Sapeurs” work, which tells the story of a dapper group of Congolese gentlemen, was one of the most awarded film campaigns in the world.
Previously, they were part of the team that produced the multi-award winning Zimbabwean Newspaper "Trillion Dollar” campaign. Highlights include a D&AD Black Pencil and having the posters acquired for the British Museum’s permanent collection.
Nadja has been named as The One Club's 10 “Next Creative Leaders" and Campaign's "Women of Tomorrow", as well as one of Management Today's "35 under 35” that recognises female talent.
Outside of work, Nadja likes to keep plants alive long enough to feel good about herself and Nicholas enjoys the soul-crushing futility of trying to get a golf ball into a hole.