It's a Wonderful Flight
Heathrow's second-ever Christmas advert reprises the 50-year-long love story of Doris and Edward Bair - the airport's much-loved teddy bears - first introduced in our hit 'Coming Home for Christmas' spot in 2016. Set to Petula Clark's I Couldn't Live Without Your Love and shot in Heathrow's now-defunct Terminal 1, it employs some charming historical touches - and generated millions of organic views in the process.
This campaign revolves around a surreal yet eerily familiar TV spot from Black Mirror director Owen Harris, depicting a world where people have developed eyes the shape of screens. The metaphor, coupled with scenes of everyday people going about their everyday lives, connects an increasingly common ailment - dry eyes - with its cause: the technology we have become so attached to.
Straight Up Skincare
In a shift away from a historical perception of the 60-year-old skincare brand being a remedy for extreme cases of dry skin only, this dynamic repositioning majors on its straightforward, uncomplicated, everyday credentials, through a spokesperson who proudly shares the same fuss-free ethos herself: British boxing icon, double Olympic Champion and E45-user, Nicola Adams OBE.
Let it Shine
Let it Shine is a joyous, unashamedly populist singalong to traditional gospel song This Little Light of Mine, with the lyrics playfully adapted to reflect some of the everyday objects that Finish helps to shine. A global campaign running for 12 months, it's our first work for the world's #1 auto dishwashing brand since winning the account back from Wieden + Kennedy in 2017.
Britain's Beer Alliance
Three UK pubs a day close their doors for good, in part due to cripplingly high beer tax - three times higher than the EU average. Long Live the Local celebrates the important role local pubs play in our community, our culture and our national identity - and calls on Government to cut planned increases in beer duty. Sign the petition at longlivethelocal.pub.
Every Lesson Shapes a Life
Our first work for the Department for Education centres around this heartwarming film following one girl's journey through the school system. The campaign highlights that teaching isn’t about what young people become, but who they become – and underscores the unparalleled role teachers play in shaping young people’s lives.