Brittaney is Adweek's European creative editor based in London. Before joining Adweek, Brittaney was creativity and culture editor at Campaign. Before that, she was a reporter and editor at PRWeek.
These Are the 2023 Winners of D&AD’s Most Coveted Pencils
D&AD awarded two Black Pencils this year in more craft-based categories.
Wunderman Thompson Appoints Rosie Bardales as Creative Leader in New York
The prior global ecd for BETC will report to WT's North America creative chief Tom Murphy.
This Dark Children’s Book Is a Shocking Campaign to Protest Gun Violence
Change the Ref and BCW take aim at 'childish' politicians who have failed to act.
The Growing Allure of the Eurovision Song Contest to Brands
With an audience of more than 161 million people, the international event is finding favor with big brands.
How Platforms Can Support Creators’ ‘Unsettling’ Career Path
Cultivating both their financial and mental well-being is essential.
Harry’s Weird Story About an Orange Has a Deeper Message About Masculinity
The personal care brand bills itself as 'the hype man to the everyday man.'
Fortune Cookie Ads Are the New Super Bowl Spots–At Least According to Gary Vaynerchuk
Entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk has invested in OpenFortune, a company that makes fortune cookie advertising.
Sustainable Beauty Brands Battle the Industry’s Greenwashing Problem
Upstarts like Haeckels are pushing for more environmental responsibility.
Eww, Can’t Look Away: When ‘Grossvertising’ Works for Brands
Food giants from Burger King to Kraft have played with disgusting imagery in their ads. But does it make marketing sense?
Marmite Is Offering Pregnancy Scans to Find Out if Babies Are Born Lovers or Haters
Unilever brand Marmite is testing whether the taste for its product originates in the womb.