Director of Fun and Games, Brouhaha, United Kingdom
Joe works with advertising agencies, local and national governments, NGO’s, start-ups and corporations of all kinds. His training includes creativity, brand management, leadership, communication and presentation skills.
Joe has worked as an award-winning strategic planner at Saatchi & Saatchi and Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO in London. Formerly an archaeologist, he has worked with the bestselling author and zoologist Desmond Morris to bring evolutionary psychology into business and marketing.
He has rehabilitated young offenders and ex-offenders, trained actors, writers and comedians, and trained hundreds of advertising professionals, venture capitalists, technology developers, diplomats and civil servants. He created the world’s first improvised, interactive TV drama for the BBC.
His influences come from anthropology and behavioural science, theatre, archaeology, philosophy and psychology. He has performed, taught and directed improvisational theatre across Europe and in the USA.
Joe’s strategy and training clients have included Apple, Applied Materials, BBC, Bosch, British Telecom, Cadbury’s, Danone, Detica, Disney, Endemol, Fallon, FedEx, Gillette, GlaxoSmithKline, Herbert Smith, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Kimberly-Clark, London Mayor’s Office, McCann-Erickson, Outbrain, PA Consulting, Sky Television, Israel Prime Minister’s Office, UK Government Department of Work and Pensions and Central Office of Information, Unilever and Visa International.