|Advertiser||The Home Office|
|Brand||Government Equalities Office|
|Date of First Broadcast/Publication|
|Business Sector||Government Information & Services|
|Philosophy||Drawing on their extensive puppet experience, the super-duo designed, fabricated and puppeteered all the body parts, creating an array of engaging characters from an aggressive fist to a boxer short bulge. Teenagers were cast for the voices, providing the all important sense of authenticity.|
|Account Manager||Ilona Lunny|
|Creative Director||Paul Angus|
|Creative Director||Ted Heath|
|Account Director||Francesca Miles|
|Strategy Director||Francesca Miles|
|Creative Team||Martin Reed|
|Creative Team||Jonny Durgan|
|Sound Designer||James Clark|
|Audio Post Production||Clearcut Sound|
|Editorial Company||The Playroom Post|
|Executive Producer||James Stevenson Bretton|
|Director of Photography (DOP)||Benjamin Todd|
|Director||Jonny and Will|
|Art Director||Arthus De Borman|
|Production Manager||Rob Wildsmith|
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