Antony Nelson

Executive Creative Director , adam&eveDDB

Antony began his career as an art director at Saatchi & Saatchi, before moving to Fallon London, Publicis New York and AMV BBDO. He joined adam&eveDDB in 2017 and was promoted to Executive Creative Director in 2018. That very same year the agency won Cannes 'Agency of the Year', scooping a total of 27 lions.   Alongside CCO Rick Brim, he helps oversee the creative output of the entire creative department across both local and global accounts.   Some of Antony's creative awards include 53 D&AD Pencils, 7 of which are Yellow. 25 One Show Pencils, as well as 28 Cannes Lions including the Grand Prix and 36 British Television awards. His work for Club 18-30 is also one of the most award print campaigns of all time according to the Gunn report and his 'Spare the act' campaign for Currys PC World was the most awarded TV campaign in the world in 2016. He also wrote 'Project84' the multiple Cannes Lion winning piece of work for CALM, which led to the appointment of the first ever UK Minister for Suicide Prevention.