Adam Jennings

 

 

Position: Founder & Director
Company:
Red Box New Media


A Little Info On Adam

Award-winning, creative digital and graphic designer with over 17 years commercial experience through a wide variety of industries including film, gaming, theatre, TV and radio.

 

As Founder & Director of Red Box New Media, Adam is responsible for managing relationships with clients, partner agencies and staff to ensure that quality underpins the core of all output from the company. Since establishing the business, he has managed and directly contributed to the launch of over 100 international digital marketing campaigns for titles such as LIFE OF PI, PROMETHEUS, RIO, TRANSFORMERS DARK OF THE MOON, all films in the ICE AGE and X-MEN franchises, and THE SIMPSONS MOVIE, (the latter campaign winning the Webby Award and People's Voice Webby Award).

 

He has also lead brand creation and / or rebranded numerous award-winning TV and radio shows including ANOTHER CASE OF MILTON JONES, CABIN PRESSURE, (staring Benedict Cumberbatch and Roger Allam), THE CASTLE, MY FIRST PLANET, (staring Nicholas Lyndhurst) and the BBC flagship cookery show, THE HAIRY BIKERS’ COOKBOOK.

 

Adam has been pivotal in the development of new operational production systems that have enable multinational clients like TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX and PARAMOUNT PICTURES to quickly launch localised digital marketing content globally.

 

Always ready to take on a challenge and constantly looking for ways to improve, Adam has been an advocate of digital entertainment since 1996, when he first set out to promote theatre online. The constant change in technology intrigues him and drives his passion for innovation on a daily basis.

Adams talk:

How To Work With Creativity

Whether dealing with external agencies, internal departments or simply planning your own marketing strategy, understanding how to get the best out of your relationship with ‘creative types’ is fundamental to a successful campaign. Adam will use his 18 years of experience in digital marketing to make you aware of the 5 key assumptions that will sabotage your creative partnerships and will show you how to successfully add creativity into your business.