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I’m Andy Peel. I’m an award-winning creative who’s spent 10 years producing work for agencies all over the country. Concepts, copy and art direction. There’s an A.P. for that


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I’m an award-winning creative who’s spent 10 years producing work for agencies all over the country. Concepts, copy and art direction. There’s an A.P. for that.


As a hybrid creative, I’ve experience in creating award-winning work, winning pitches, making work that gets people talking, social stuff that actually has impact and I’ve even renamed a tube.


I’ve worked in teams – as well as alone – and love collaborating with others outside my skillset.


Doing more goes beyond the day job. I founded Ad Job Wall, a junior-only job site, and I’m also the Director of the creative network, the Young Creative Council.


After hours; renovating, DIY, upcycling, photography, and exploring the wilderness offer the inspiration I crave. And if there’s one thing I’m missing, it’s owning Bernard’s watch – but I’m hoping it’ll turn up on Kickstarter soon.

Get in touch

ampeel@hotmail.co.uk

Linkedin: andymarkpeel

Twitter: @andymarkpeel


Highlights

Three D&AD Pencils, one Cannes Lion, six Creative Circle awards, and 21 other industry awards.

Turning the House of Commons into a zoo.

Writing 400 unique and real-time headlines during Euro 2016 that appeared on billboards instantly.

Getting people to watch Greece v Russia (and other terrible football matches) just to win free pizza.

Squeezing in Boris Johnson, looking an idiot, 29 times into an ad.

Judging the D&AD New Blood Awards copywriting category.

Hosting countless YCC events, including book crit nights, Single Mingles and talks.

Securing jobs for hundreds – maybe even thousands – of juniors entering the creative industry through Ad Job Wall.

Being part of Creative Circle’s ‘inner circle’.

Lecturing and teaching at various universities, including Lincoln, Swansea, East Anglia, LCC, Sunderland, Bucks, and Sheffield.

Seeing Ad Job Wall surpass the 1 million hits mark.