We’re James Millers and Andrew Long, an award winning creative team based in London.


James Millers and Andrew Long are Creative Directors with over 17 years of experience working together. During that time, they’ve collaborated with the biggest brands in the world to create some of the most famous and effective advertising campaigns in the industry. Their approach to creativity is based on simple ideas, well crafted – no matter what the medium they are working in.

They are multiple times Cannes Lions, D&AD, One Show and Clio winners – and their work has been recognised by every other major creativity and effectiveness award body, including Gold Effie’s, IPA’s and APG’s. In addition to this, they are the proud recipients of the Sony World Photography Award and were voted in the top 20 viral video creators of all time by Channel 4. They’re also regular opinion contributors to industry editorial, such as CampaignLittle Black BookThe Drum and Shots, and have sat on national and international awards juries.

Personal highlights include an ongoing collaboration with McDonald’s that has seen James and Andrew lead the creative output of the brand both in the UK and globally for the past 3 years. During that time, McDonald’s has been recognised as the ‘Most Innovative Company Of The Year’ by Fast Company, resulting in a record high market share and the most successful period of creative and effectiveness award performances in the brands history.

Most recently, James and Andrew were part of the Creative Leadership team that helped Leo Burnett UK become recognised as Campaign Magazine’s ‘Creative Agency Of The Year’ in 2023. Their role is to oversee a multi-disciplinary team of creatives, designers and filmmakers, pitch for new business, and mentor the next generation of talent.


19x Cannes Lions winners

6x D&AD winners

24x One Show winners

13x Clio winners

15x LIA winners

2x Andy Awards winners

18x British Arrows winners

36x Creative Circle winners

17x Campaign Big winners

14x Epica winners

3x Webby Awards winners