Neil has been creating bold, compelling advertising from the outset of his career - winning an award for his very first commercial. Twenty years later he is still producing outstanding work, most recently producing campaigns for the Federal Government - introducing Paid Parental Leave and promoting the Education Tax Refund.
Neil has created campaigns for international brands: Levis', Coca Cola, Goodyear, and Pantene, having worked in Sydney, Melbourne, Jakarts and New York.
Based in Perth for the last decade you would recognize his work for the RAC, Bankwest, Bunnings, The Sunday Times, and Chicken Treat to name a few. His work is consistently recognized by his peers, as is demonstrated by the regular intervals he receives awards for both creativity and effectiveness.
Neil has taught advertising strategy at Edith Cowan University, and he ran the AFA's (Australian Federation of Australia) creative course in 2004, 2005 and 2006.
'I still get a huge buzz out of producing simple, compelling and persuasive advertising. Shaken baby for Ngala, (Campaign Brief's ad of the year 2005) and the ENJO booklet (PADC Best of show Award in 2008), are strong examples.