Andy McLeod

Before joining Rattling Stick as a director, Andy was Executive Creative Director and founding partner of Fallon, one of London’s most highly respected advertising agencies.

Andy has received numerous creative awards including the coveted D&AD Black Pencil, Golds at British Arrows, Cannes Lions, One Show and the Creative Circle President’s Award. He hates Marmite, and is credited (along with his creative partner who loved it) with starting the Love it/Hate it campaign while they were at DDB in the late 90s, creating a turn of phrase that is now in the English dictionary.

In his first year of directing, Andy shot award-winning commercials for Skoda, Volkswagen and Barnardo’s (amongst others) and went on to win Best New Director at the British Arrows Craft awards. Andy has continued to create award-winning work for brands such as Walls, Thinkbox, Mulberry, Cesar, Road Safety, VW, The Sun and Amazon, earning him a plethora of awards across all major global awards bodies, including Cannes Lions, D&AD and Creative Circle.

His recent work includes a thought-provoking project for GOSH along with highly regarded comical campaigns for Virgin Games, Amazon, and this year for Paddy Power's World Cup ad which highlights the off-pitch pros of the new VAR technology.

Last year, Andy was the only person to feature on both the Top 20 Director and Top 20 Creative Director, APA Show most-awarded lists.