Title "Because Music Doesn't Judge"
Agency Droga5
Production Company Park Pictures
Production Company The Mill
Campaign For Music
Advertiser Spotify
Brand Spotify

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Type Print
Length32 seconds
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Creative Director Mr. Graham Douglas
Group Creative Director N..l H....nn Subscribers Only
Creative Team K...y ..m Subscribers Only
Copywriter Mr. Spencer Lavallee
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Director of Photography H...e ..n H....ma Subscribers Only
Head of Production Ms. Sally-Ann Dale
Head of Production ..n D...es Subscribers Only
Executive Producer L....ey S...y Subscribers Only
Account Director Mr. Matthew Hennell
Creative Chairman D...d D...a Subscribers Only
Head of Digital Strategy C..t G....nd Subscribers Only
Senior Digital Strategist Mr. Dan Neumann
Brand Strategist M....ew G....er Subscribers Only
Communications Strategy Director C....en L...y Subscribers Only
Group Account Director Ms. Tenny Pearson
Digital Producer J...in D....zo Subscribers Only

About Droga5

Droga5 was founded with a simple yet ambitious mission: to help build and sustain the most influential businesses and brands of the 21st century. Our inidividual goal for every client is effectiveness, and we strive to achieve that through campaigns that influence culture. It is influence that leads to game-changing business results.

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