Mike Barnwell Johannesburg, South Africa

June 2006
Campaign (UK);6/16/2006 Supplement, p13
Trade Publication
This article presents an interview with Mike Barnwell, executive creative director of the advertising agency Grey South Africa. He informs that he chose the Nelson Mandela Bridge in Johannesburg to be photographed, as there is a huge drive to rejuvenate and renovate the central business district after years of neglect. The optimism, energy, and vibrancy of his city Bryanston in Johannesburg, South Africa, inspires him. To entertain a client, he would treat him with Moroccan lamb tagine while listening to live African music.


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