Bradley s. Fletcher

English Creative and Art Director trying to stay cultured, relevant and up with news and get 8hrs sleep and avoid bread and read more and make beer and make friends and learn the piano and resist buying a piano and build a darkroom and learn French et profiter du vin and not go mental.

I’m now based in London and working at Portas after working abroad for the past 4 years. I divide my time between fashion, retail & ad campaigns and pursue personal bits on the side, some of which are photography based and some that are just random.

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HP
Made In...
2017

The HP Mobile Workstation is designed to free creative professionals from their everyday work spaces, giving them the opportunity to create and execute ideas right where inspiration hits. To prove its power and mobility, we sent three famous Rotterdam architects thousands of miles away from their office to a rock festival in Idaho, where they used their HP Mobile Workstations to design a rock museum for Roskilde, Denmark.

Director: Daniel Eskils
Production: Acne Studios

HP
Omen Challenge
2015-17

To prove that a "printer brand" understands PC gaming and can actually contribute to it we created the Omen Challenge. A live event that set professional gamers against one another in the first ever live action show on Twitch. The credibility gained within the eSports community from the first Omen Challenge led to a second show and ultimately convinced HP to create a new sub brand called OMEN by HP. The Omen Challenge format continued in Europe for 2 more years and was even launched as a show in the U.S.

Production: B-Reel London
Director: Patrik Gyllström
The Webby Awards, 2016 winner
FWA, Site of the Day


ASICS
Want it More
2016

To coincide with the ASICS 2016 Want it More brand campaign we developed a series of editorials that tapped into some of the insights and attitudes of training.

Photographer: Paul Cocks