Ad of the Day | Very: Getting Ready

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Media Type:

TV TV

Brand

brand

Agency

agency
Very has launched a new insight-led Spring campaign showcasing its one-stop-shop retail offering and capturing the recognisable chaos that ensues when a family is getting ready to leave the house for an event – the kind of moment that is so frequent when Spring arrives.

Credits

Advertising Agency:

Grey London, UK

Executive Creative Director:

David Wigglesworth

Creative Director:

Jesse Little, Pedro Rosa

Senior Creative:

Liam Campbell

Agency Planners:

Asad Shaykh, Jesper Norgaard

Managing Director:

Nathan Gainford

Group Business Director:

Ayesha Datoo

Account Director:

Genevieve Jayasekera

Account Executive:

Honor Munden

Agency Senior Producer:

Anthony Borkett

Agency Assistant Producer:

Alex Alcock-Fletcher

Production Company:

Biscuit Filmworks

Production Company Producer:

Blair Smith

Production Company Executive Producer:

Sam Chitty

Production Managing Partner:

Rupert Reynolds-MacLean

Directors:

Jocelyn DeBoer, Dawn Luebbe

D.O.P:

Olan Collardy

Casting Director:

Anna Kennedy

Editing House:

Final Cut

Editor:

Darren Baldwin

Post Producer:

Nikki Porter

Editor’s Assistant:

Mike Radforth, Thomas Brigden

Composer:

Daniel Hartman, Mirko Limoni, Daniele Davoli, Valerio Semplici

Publisher:

Gnomi Publishing, Sony ATV  Publishing, Universal Publishing, ZYX Publishing

Post Production:

ETC

Colourist:

Luke Morrison

Post Producer:

Sydney Levy

VFX Artist:

ETC

Sound Company:

750mph

Sound Design & Mix:

Mark Hellaby

Photographer:

Marco Mori

Date:

March, 2023

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