Spotlight on Women Creatives: Christine Isaac, creative director, Big Red, Melbourne

BIGRED_Headshots_Christine Isaac_Nov172327-WEB.jpgAs part of a daily series Campaign Brief shines the spotlight on the top female executive creative directors and creative directors in Australia...

Christine Isaac is a creative director at Big Red Communications Group, Melbourne.

With 25 years industry experience, Christine started her career at Clemenger Melbourne as an AFA Graduate, winning the role with a parody of the Madonna Sex book.  Over 10 years at Clemenger she produced successful campaigns for brands including Libra, Dulux, Just Jeans, Yellow Pages and HBA now Bupa. She also spent time at BBDO New York. 
She's been a Creative Director at The Campaign Palace, working on Target, before Kmart was cool. Creating numerous fashion campaigns including Stella McCartney for Target. She has also worked on Swisse creating the 2016 Olympic campaign whilst she was Creative Director at Noisy Beast.

At Big Red Christine works across brands including Renault, Yellow Pages, News Corp, BHP and Coles Group & Myer Gift Cards. She also worked on Target for the second time in her career creating the 'Oh My Gok' campaign.

She has won numerous local and international awards, even ones that don't exist anymore. Her favourite is Netball best and fairest 1984.

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Steve said:

Great talent. Great person.

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