Chris Dewey

Associate Creative Director

When you come right down to it there aren’t too many who can be considered ‘a doyen” of any industry, but Chris is one. He’s also likely to be slightly embarrassed by this bio, but bad luck mate, okay?

The National Creative Director of George Patterson during a golden era, Chris has been behind some of the country’s most memorable campaigns like the iconic “Goggomobil” for Yellow Pages that have now made their way into our language. He has also created a number of landmark behavioural change campaigns that include Worksafe’s “No one should die at work” and “Learn and live” for TAC that were extensively tracked and considered extremely effective in the market.

With his uncanny ability to get to the heart of a brief – and experience covering everything from brand strategy, script writing, art direction and creative supervision, there isn’t much he can’t do.

Since first coming to work with us on Melbourne Airport in 2016, Chris has become our regular “go to” which his title reflects.

Chris now divides his time between Melbourne and the fresh salt air of the limestone coast.