Hamish Grieve joins BMF

Ad agency BMF has added Ward 6 copywriter Hamish Grieve to its creative team.  

Hamish Grieve has joined BMF as Copywriter.

Hamish first learnt the dark art of persuasion under the tutelage of Kiwi legends Roy Meares and Jeremy Taine. Following a stint at WRC Auckland (now Rapp Collins) he moved to Sydney – freelancing at The Furnace, JWT, M&C Saatchi and The Campaign Palace. He also spent a year at Ward 6 creating work that helped them win AdNews Emerging Agency of the Year in 2009.

Hamish joined Lowe Sydney in April 2010, where he worked on major integrated campaigns for Unilever and Hydro Tasmania, but when the opportunity to move to BMF came up he jumped at the chance.

“I’ve wanted to work at BMF since ages ago. They’re the benchmark for award winning creative work that works, and I can’t wait to get stuck into their incredible client list.”

His work has been recognized at AWARD, The Caples, Young Guns, Axis, and ADMA.

Source: BMF press release


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