Frazer had over 15 years experience within top London agencies such as IMP, BBH and CDP before founding Inferno.
Frazer leads the strategic development of the agency as a business and a brand, ultimately responsible for the agency’s bottom line, whilst simultaneously retaining deep client involvement. He is the global lead on some of the agency’s largest clients including Sky and BMW.
Giles is widely credited as being one of the world’s leading advertising strategist. An Oxford University graduate, with an MBA from INSEAD, Giles has been awarded multiple IPA Effectiveness Gold Awards and APGs.
In 2015, Marketing magazine named Giles one of the industry’s leading ‘Thinkers’ and Campaign magazine named him among the ‘Top 10 Planners’.
Elspeth has 25 years of creative experience. She has held the positions of Executive Creative Director at M&C Saatchi London and Profero, and has worked with the likes of Transport for London, M&S, SABMiller and Virgin Holidays.
Elspeth has served on juries at Cannes, D&AD, The One Show and The Andys, and chaired the Marketing Awards in Canada.
Tim was one of Inferno’s founders (now FCB Inferno) and has 25 years of advertising and marketing experience, on both the client and agency side.
Tim’s main responsibility is New Business and Client Development. Tim also believes in a personal approach in the agency – if he’s not out with a client or a prospective client for lunch, he will usually be dining with a member of staff.
With over 25 years of integrated experience under his belt, Drew was one of Inferno’s (now FCB Inferno) original founders.
Drew has developed long term strategic relationships with the likes of Sony, Nokia, Microsoft, Sky and Budweiser; covering all aspects of activation from major brand events, retail and digital experiences right through to promotional techniques - both in the UK and on a global scale.
Al is responsible for some of the most memorable campaigns in advertising history, including Tango, Pot Noodle, Martini and ITV.
His career has seen him win some of the most prestigious awards in the industry; such as three D&AD pencils, a US One Show Gold, Cannes, British Television Advertising and Creative Circle. He has also been part of the TV Judging Panel at Cannes.
Owen was a founding member of St.Lukes and has worked at HHCL and Partners when it was awarded Campaign Agency of the Decade in 1999.
In the same year, he set up his own agency, Farm Communications, which became a Top 50 UK agency, with clients including the UK Government, Daimler-Chrysler, and Nestlé.
He moved Farm into Inferno in 2012 where he is now joint Chief Creative Officer.
Sharon juggles agency management with running client accounts.Being hands-on means she can see up close how the agency is meeting client requirements.
Having worked at Grey and Lowe as part of their Integrated Divisions, Sharon is well versed in the challenges of delivering multi-channel campaigns involving multiple stakeholders. At FCB Inferno she leads a number of international and Government accounts including Sport England’s This Girl Can.
As Head of Strategy, Vicki has been instrumental in a number of high profile behaviour change campaigns, including This Girl Can which has picked up over 30 awards.
Vicki has won a number of industry planning awards. Her planning experience spans multiple channels – ATL, direct, retail, digital. She has worked across many diverse industries – FMCG, retail, automotive, healthcare, financial services, technology and Government.
Chris has worked across a wide range of the agency’s accounts including Sky, NIVEA, Microsoft, Money Advice Service, Barnardo’s and NCTL. He has also recently launched a coffee brand in partnership with The Big Issue to tackle homelessness and Project Literacy, a global campaign in partnership with Pearson.
He brings with him a deep expertise in brand strategy and has developed a number of behavioural change campaigns during his career.
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