Ed Shore



As a Senior Integrated Creative I’ve had the privilege of leading and directing some extremely talented creatives and designers and making ideas that have made people laugh, smile and change their behaviour for the good.

I've worked at the best below, through & above the line London agencies in all media as a Senior Creative and Head of Design for brands including the Army, Canon, Fiat 500, Nissan, Team GB, The RAFBF, Wilko & Nescafé.

In that time I’ve created, crafted, mentored, polished, pointed, laughed and cried with some of the best in the business. 

On route I’ve picked up some shiny awards and nailed some excellent pitch wins. Cracked impossible briefs and set up a design dept. Made some CEO’s blush and sparred on set with the world heavy weight boxing champion of the world (the day after he won it). 

Creative & Design are my superpowers.

The best of both in one.


22 — 24 Publicis Poke (Senior Creative)

21 — 22 Fold7 (Senior Creative & Designer)

21 — 21 Brother & Sisters Freelance (Senior Creative & Designer)

12 — 21 Krow London (Senior Creative & Head of Design)

12 — 12 RAPP (Senior Creative)

10 — 12 TBWA London (Senior Creative)

00 — 10 TEQUILA London (Senior Creative)



I worked with Ed on quite a few projects and it was always a pleasure. He gets on well with everyone while he thinks fast and works hard to makes sure that ideas do more than just answer the brief. And he has the visual experience and craft skills to bring ideas to life and make sure that, while they earn the attention of the audience, they reflect well on whichever brand is behind them. Ideas, craft skills, high benchmarks, energy and enthusiasm. What else do you need?



Both as a creative and as a designer Ed will be a considerable asset to any agency. His imagination is boundless, but crucially, used in ways that are unfailingly relevant to the brand in question. He is hard working, supremely well organised and, generally, just a good guy to have around. I have no hesitation in recommending Ed, as either a creative, or a designer, or ideally, both.



I’ve had the pleasure of working with Ed for the last 9 years on a wide variety of campaigns. Ed can turn his creative hand to anything and is rarely phased by a complex or unusual brief. From big ideas to hard-working BTL channel executions, Ed always adds great value to the conceptual process. His skills don’t stop there. Ed is an excellent art director and designer which means his work isn’t just well produced, it’s beautifully crafted. Ed is one of those rare

all-rounder creatives that any agency would be lucky to have.