Spotlight on Women Creatives: Amy Hollier, executive CD, BWM Dentsu, Melbourne

Amy-Hollier-best.jpgAs part of a daily series Campaign Brief shines the spotlight on the top female executive creative directors and creative directors in Australia...

Amy Hollier is executive creative director at BWM Dentsu, Melbourne. 

She's been the creative lead on the reinvention of Kmart, and now leads a broad creative team on Toyota, and Latitude Financial Services.
Before joining BWM in February 2011, Amy spent six years at Saatchi & Saatchi in Paris, where she was responsible for creating Europe-wide campaigns on the Procter & Gamble megabrand Ariel. She also worked in Geneva adding sex appeal to pharmaceutical brands Voltaren and Lamisil.
Amy has worked across a number of successful campaigns, picking up a One Show pencil for the Sony Ericsson 'Puppies' campaign and London International Awards for her work on the Reporters Without Borders account.
Prior to moving overseas, Amy had worked on iconic Aussie brands like McCain, IXL, SPC Ardmona and Yellow Pages at BADJAR.

Her long term career passion is helping not-for-profits achieve significant results through creativity via her brand Creative With Empathy. 

Amy is also a raging ranga.

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Belgio said:

Go Amy.

SansSerif said:

Loving your work Amy

Admirer said:

A lovely lady and an incredible talent

Go Ames! said:

Woop Woop!

Michele Teague said:

Fabulous woman and fabulous to work with!

Just a lovely human and a bright light in an industry that has cast long shadows over womens creative leadership.

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