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Jamie Madge

Jamie Madge

Co-Editor


Jamie Madge co-edits shots with Danny Edwards. He conducts written and filmed interviews with some of the world’s top creatives, directors and producers and bloody loves it.

26th Oct 2020 Work
UNESCO's passion for Green Citizens

UNESCO's passion for Green Citizens

The distinctive illustrative style of Roxane Campoy, through Passion Pictures, is put to good use in this dreamy spot for the UN agency.

26th Oct 2020 Work
Stephen Lawrence's legacy of change laid out in black-and-white

Stephen Lawrence's legacy of change laid out in black-and-white

In Never Forget, Simon Frederick's stark and powerful film launching 2021's Stephen Lawrence Day, a blend of famous and non-famous multicultural Britons speaking to camera about Lawrence's legacy.

26th Oct 2020 Inspiration
Josh George: A Few Of My Favourite Things

Josh George: A Few Of My Favourite Things

Coffee & TV senior 3D artist Josh George talks us through some of the things he keeps around his workspace to keep the creativity flowing, including celebrity letters and meditative portraits.

26th Oct 2020 Talent
Creative Correspondence: Stéphane Xiberras & Mélanie Pennec

Creative Correspondence: Stéphane Xiberras & Mélanie Pennec

Old pals Stéphane Xiberras and Mélanie Pennec discuss boring 'feel good ads', the joys of lurking on social media and how they'd set up an agency from scratch in the latest of our 30th birthday celebration features.

23rd Oct 2020 Work
In the Mouth Quest of madness

In the Mouth Quest of madness

In his latest collaboration with W+K Portland for Trolli, Sam Gainsborough smashes together five gummy-gobbling shorts into one epic stop-motion masacre.

22nd Oct 2020 Work
An artful ode to breakup pain

An artful ode to breakup pain

In Lisette Donkersloot's striking promo for Novo Amor's I Feel Better, the betrayal, heartache, solitude and rebirth splitting up brings on is dramatically captured.

22nd Oct 2020 Work
Alexa, break the fourth wall

Alexa, break the fourth wall

In a pair of comedic spots from Droga5 for Amazon's omnipresent assistant, high drama is cut-off by audience members' specific demands.

21st Oct 2020 Work
Borts bolt from a mystery pursuer

Borts bolt from a mystery pursuer

The punk three-piece run in fear in this humorous promo from Ed Hobson.

20th Oct 2020 Work
Rico Nasty's body positivity

Rico Nasty's body positivity

In an installment of Adulthood, an animated content series created by Chromebook, the rapper talks candidly about body image and loving yourself.

20th Oct 2020 Craft
How an animatic can be authored anarchy

How an animatic can be authored anarchy

Keith Schofield's jaw-dropping, idea-packed, digital-puppeteering music video for Duck Sauce's Mesmerize was released at the weekend onto an unsuspecting audience. We caught up with him to talk appropriating celeb's heads, questioning the existence of reality and journeying through an army of anuses.

19th Oct 2020 Work
Keith Schofield gives DuckSauce a stimulating simulation

Keith Schofield gives DuckSauce a stimulating simulation

The Caviar director's fertile imagination is given free reign in this inspired animatic-based music video.

19th Oct 2020 Work
You're never Lonely with a retro videocall

You're never Lonely with a retro videocall

Indie cuties George Moir and Blossom Caldarone collaborate on both track and video in this Windows 98-themed paper-craft crowd pleaser.

Jamie Madge

Jamie Madge
Co-Editor


Jamie Madge co-edits shots with Danny Edwards. He conducts written and filmed interviews with some of the world’s top creatives, directors and producers, as well as producing extended features on regions, techniques and trends within the advertising community.

He also oversees the compilation of shots/Source Creative's ground-breaking Scout, focussing on global unsigned directorial talent, and curates the regular Presents screening nights that have travelled the globe.

Alongside that, Jamie has presented panels and screening on branded content as part of the D&AD, Raindance, El Ojo and Rushes Soho Shorts festivals, and recently chaired a discussion with Martin Campbell at the Cannes International Festival Of Creativity, so basically met James Bond or something. He has also sat as a judge on many advertising and film awards, including Radar Music Video, the UK MVAs and Reed Short Film. And the shots awards, natch.

Jamie loves musicals, loves comic books and loves Marmite. He has a lot of love. He also thinks that if you don't like the film Back To The Future, it's difficult to believe you like anything.

US-focus; Interviews; Profiles; Presents; A Few Of My Favourite Things