Creative £ 35,000 - £ 40,000 per year

Our client is an award winning agency who is on the hunt for a talented Art Director with a knack for brand story telling to join a small yet buzzing creative department. The Art Director will be a key player in the team - passionate and confident, sharing ideas and encouraging others. They are looking for someone who loves getting involved in all stages of a project. The role will also include teaming up with existing creatives, bouncing ideas, concepting new business pitches, building treatments, creating strategic narratives and art directing shoots.

Job Responsibilities:

- Collaborating with the Creative Team and wider company team to conceptualise creative campaign work with a particular focus on social and video.

- Create client presentations and play an active part in pitching the ideas to clients.

- Art direct a range of content pieces with a consistent style whilst also maintaining the integrity of each story's unique personality.

- Help to produce brand toolkits, treatments, presentations, websites, social campaigns and experiential work.

- Create inspirational work that is relevant to people's passion for sport, entertainment and experience.

- Ability to design / visualize / write / edit is a big bonus.

Person Specification:

- Forward thinking, creative and passionate about all things film, photography and experiential.

- Aware of the latest industry trends and how these can be used to create exciting campaigns - Collaborative team player with an ability to develop relationships at all levels. - Trustworthy, reliable, confident and mature in dealings with clients, people and issues.

- Additional European language skills would be beneficial but not essential.

If this sounds like you then get in touch! Send us your CV & portfolio to or

Contact: Hayleigh Head

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