Nadja Lossgott - together with Nicholas Hulley - has created genre-bending, culture-shaping work that has won multiple Cannes Grand Prix's and Titaniums. Nadja and Nick are the proud owners of a D&AD Black Pencil and have work displayed in the permanent collections of the British Museum and the Design Museum. They created both #Bloodnormal and #Wombstories for Bodyform/Libresse. The global campaigns continue to break down decades of toxic shame. They Creative Directed The Trash Isles in partnership with LadBible and the Plastic Oceans Foundation, making a country out of the pacific garbage patch. From writing the influential Guinness Sapeurs film and documentary they now run the account globally. Whether they're part of the team turning worthless Zimbabwean dollars into billboards; rebranding tap water into Guinness Clear; writing documentaries, defying broadcasters, or running a creative department, N&N strive to make visually striking work that breaks the mould and has cultural impact.