Adam is the Executive Creative Director of Karmarama, who he joined halfway through 2015. Together with his old friend and colleague from Saatchi days Nik Studzinski, who recently joined as CCO, they are winning pitches, working hard on taking the creative output to new heights, and having a thoroughly good time. All recent Karmarama work can be viewed on karmarama.com.

Before that he spent two years at Crispin Porter + Bogusky London, working on Milka as European CD and Paddy Power. He was also part of the leadership team.

From 2008 -12, he was Joint Executive Creative Director with Tom Ewart of a new, revitalised Publicis London. In 2009 they topped the New Business Wins table, and in 2010 they were shortlisted for Campaign's Agency of the Year. During this time, they won over 180 UK and International awards, including two Grand Prix, the only UK Titanium at Cannes, and 25 Golds.

Award-winning work includes The Megane Experiment and 12 Second Strip for Renault, Start Thinking Soldier, Social Work, Hula Hoops, Creme Egg, Tempo and iHobo.

Before that, Adam started his career at Saatchi's in its heyday. Within a couple of years, he was a Campaign 'Face to Watch', and was promoted to the Saatchi Board, creating famous work for Castlemaine XXXX, Le Creuset, Habitat and the Army.

By 1995, he had become Joint ECD. And the following year, Saatchi was named Agency of The Year at Cannes for the first time in its history.

A year later the Army became Campaign's Direct Campaign of the Year.

He has won 8 coveted D&AD pencils as a writer.

And a handful more as an ECD for Club 18-30 and Nursing.

As well as Golds and Silvers at (among others) Cannes, One Show, Eurobest, Campaign Press, Campaign Poster, Creative Circle and BTAA.

Adam also spent a year as Executive Creative Director of Wieden and Kennedy, London, before joining Publicis as a Creative Director.

Adam has been a commentator on advertising on TV, Radio, and in the National Press.

Oh, and he also got New Labour into power and brokered the Northern Ireland Peace Agreement. (Ok, at one time or another, he was CD on both.)

Contact Adam - Tel: +44(0)7774925971 | Email: adam.kean@btinternet.com