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Our School of Advertising (The AdSchool) is fortunate enough to have award-winning creatives with years of front line experience from the tough-as-old-boots world of advertising pulling the strings. They provide an environment that is much challenging as it is supportive.

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    Kate Humphries

    • Position:

      Programme Leader of Creative Advertising

    Kate is an award-winning creative who spent 20 years working in the advertising industry in London. During her time there she worked on a variety of accounts including Lee Jeans, Mars, Bass Breweries, P&G and Ikea. Her work has appeared in the UK, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, the US and South America. Kate has also spent a number of years honing her teaching and guest lecturing skills at The Watford School of Advertising, The School of Communication Arts, AUT and MIT. In 2007 she was awarded an excellence in teaching award. Latterly, in a rather foolhardy attempt to empathise with student deadlines, she has found herself in the midst of studying for a master’s degree, where her area of interest lies in a close examination of the increasingly crowded frontline between art and big business.

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    David Bell

    • Position:

      Creative Advertising Lecturer

    David started his advertising career in London in 1981 and has won a steady stream of British and International awards along the way. David is a voting member of AWARD (Australian Writers and Art Director's Association), sits on the CAANZ Professional Development Committee, judged at the 2003 Young Guns International Creative Advertising Awards, and was also a judge on the 2005 Freedomair 'Art in the Sky' competition. David has a BA (Hons) degree in Graphic Design, specialising in Advertising.

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    Jeneal Rohrback

    • Position:

      Creative Advertising Lecturer

    Jeneal has worked as creative director of DDB, Ogilvy and most recently, Y&R. As a creative director she has built diverse creative departments and work that has raised agencies’ creative profiles to international acclaim. Jeneal now runs her own consultancy business, Two Right Brainers, as well as a partnership with Marsden Inch Recruitment, where she places top creative people in the most desirable jobs and recruits for some of the biggest and best agencies in New Zealand.