Ed Morris

Ed Morris

Director at Rattling Stick
London, United Kingdom

My Latest Work



Ed?s ability to understand business issues and strategies and then translate them into stunningly simple creative expressions have made him one of the world?s leading creatives.
Having won a Cannes lion with his very first TV ad for Polaroid cameras, Ed?s work has rarely been less than award winning. Ed?s most famous creations include the British Television Advertising Awards commercial of the year for Sony Playstation. This ad, Double Life, became the most awarded single ad in the world in 1999.
Ed followed this up by creating the global brand campaign for Johnnie Walker, under the strapline ?Keep Walking?, and the press ad of the year for Volkswagen, ?Lost Dog?, featuring a small dog apparently lost in the back of its owner?s rather spacious Golf Estate.
Ed joined Lowe in 2003, creating work for accounts such as Unilever?s Hellmann?s Mayonnaise, Nestle Quality Street and The Royal Ballet. Ed has just enjoyed a rather good October, winning the poster campaign of the year award for Quality Street?s Big Favourites, and The Grocer?s campaign of the year for Hellmann?s ?The Big Dollop?.
In August 2004 Ed was promoted to Creative Director of Lowe London.


London, United Kingdom
January 2013 - Present (4 years 10 months)
Three years in and loving what i do more than ever. Helping creative people all over bring their vision to life. Working extensively in the music, ad and film business. A feature in the pipeline, amongst other projects, it's a long pipe line.
creative circle
January 2011 - December 2013 (2 years 11 months)
An honour to be handed the baton by Trevor Bettie. Worked hard along side Jeremy Green to transform, modernise and re-energise this wonderful organisation that does much to support young and emerging talent and recognise and award creativity at its best in the UK.
London, United Kingdom
July 2012 - December 2012 (5 months)
A very little bit of Honda, Coke and Tesco. Love Kim and Tony and it meant a lot to me to work along side them.
Creative Consultant
Paddington, United Kingdom
October 2011 - April 2012 (6 months)
A brief stint contributing to pitch wins on Travelodge, the RAC, Vodaphone and the BBC.
Executive Creative Director
London, United Kingdom
2003 - February 2009 (6 years 1 month)
The ship was half sunk from the moment i got on. Under unbelievable commercial pressure, a Frank Lowe/ Tesco break away and through some gonzo management i kept winning pitches and created some of the best work in the world consistently each year. Voted campaigns creative director of the year 2007
creative director
London, United Kingdom
2001 - 2003 (2 years)
Showed John Webster a few things he liked and lots of things he didn't. voted on to the board within a year. I helped win the guardian and Harvey Nichols accounts and won lots of awards for work on Volkswagen and Harvey Nichols.
art director, writer
London, United Kingdom
1999 - 2001 (2 years)
Amazing place, sat in the room next to Hegarty for a year and a half. Wrote "KEEP WALKING" for Johnnie walker which won the pitch. Did a ton of work, won a stack of awards on everything from Levi's to FHM magazine. Met more great and inspiring people.
art director, writer
1997 - 1999 (2 years)
Trevor was great, taught me lots. Did an ad for Playstation called "Double life" that was the most awarded ad in the world 1999.
art director writer
bainsfair sharkey trott
1997 - 1999 (2 years)
Trot taught me lots. Worked hard, learnt the craft, won a load of awards for red stripe, Kew gardens, London transport.
junior art director
miller leeves
January 1996 - February 1997 (1 year 1 month)
Hired by Paul Leeves after winning a silver lion in second week on placement. Learnt a lot off of Paul and met some great people.

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