: Catherine Collins Productions UK LTD

With a portfolio of four photographers and two illustrators, Catherine Collins has worked on global campaigns for Adidas, Aviva, BMW, DaimlerChrysler, Ford, HSBC, Jaguar and Nestlé. Catherine’s years of experience, attention to detail and ability to work closely with agencies and clients ensures that the message is clearly delivered and cleverly executed.
Robert Wilson shot 180 Amsterdam’s global campaign for Adidas for the 2006 World Cup. His uncompromising portraits of the world’s greatest footballers are dominating outdoor sites worldwide. Robert also collaborated with Simon Page-Ritchie on AMV BBDO’s brand launch for Aviva. Robert shot the portraits while Simon created the still life sections.
Simon Page-Ritchie's elegant still lifes have made him first choice for Flora, Gordon’s, Kellogg’s, KFC, Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s, Pfizer and McDonald’s controversial ‘no logo’ campaign for Leo Burnett.
Anton Watts has travelled the globe for the world’s most powerful brands. He’s been to Peru for BMW, America for Aston Martin, Morocco for Land Rover, Argentina for Mazda, Brazil for Volvo, China for Ferrari and Jaguar, and the Arctic Circle to the Mediterranean for Renault. Clients keep coming back for his edgy and contemporary style.
Catherine’s latest signing, Conor Masterson, has consolidated his award winning success for JWT and RKCR with on-going campaigns for HSBC, Vodafone, Greene King, Guinness and Coca Cola. His bold and diverse photography ensures a variety of commissions from still life to beauty, studio to location.
The Illustrators: 
Stephen Parkes has added Oral Care, Hewlett Packard, Uniglo and Channel 4 to his client list. 
Alongside powerful and graphic pieces for TIME, BuinessWeek, Texas Monthly and the New York Times, Douglas Fraser produced his first comic book, Mort Grim.

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