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Cannes Diary Pt. 5 – Simon Hayes & Giles Clayton

Simon Hayes (Art Director) and Giles Clayton (Copywriter) from J. Walter Thompson Sydney, earned themselves a spot in the Print category of the Cannes Young Lions competition. Their campaign for The White Ribbon Foundation raises awareness about domestic violence and calls attention to the fact that one Australian woman is killed every week by a previous or current partner. ...READ MORE
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Cannes Diary Pt. 4 – Simon Hayes & Giles Clayton

Simon Hayes (Art Director) and Giles Clayton (Copywriter) from J. Walter Thompson Sydney, earned themselves a spot in the Print category of the Cannes Young Lions competition. Their campaign for The White Ribbon Foundation raises awareness about domestic violence and calls attention to the fact that one Australian woman is killed every week by a previous or current partner. Hayes and Clayton came up with the idea to change the name of The Australian Women's Weekly - one of the Australia's most prominent magazine titles - to One Australian Woman Killed Weekly. The creative duo wrote a "Cannes Diary" about their inaugural experience on the French Riviera, originally published in Campaign Brief.

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Cannes Diary Pt. 3 – Simon Hayes & Giles Clayton

Simon Hayes (Art Director) and Giles Clayton (Copywriter) from J. Walter Thompson Sydney, earned themselves a spot in the Print category of the Cannes Young Lions competition. Their campaign for The White Ribbon Foundation raises awareness about domestic violence and calls attention to the fact that one Australian woman is killed every week by a previous or current partner. Hayes and Clayton came up with the idea to change the name of The Australian Women's Weekly - one of the Australia's most prominent magazine titles - to One Australian Woman Killed Weekly. The creative duo wrote a "Cannes Diary" about their inaugural experience on the French Riviera, originally published in Campaign Brief.
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Matt Passion Panel

Recap: “Passion Trumps Talent” with Matt Eastwood

Passion and imagination tend to be thought of as entities that can assist your career, but not necessarily make or break it. Skill sets are what initially qualify you for a job opportunity, and if you happen to be passionate about your profession, lucky you! Matt Eastwood, Chief Creative Director for J. Walter Thompson, Worldwide, says it’s time to rethink this misconception. ...READ MORE