Jenny has a sixth sense for the delicate synergy of design, business and strategic communication which underline every brand project. We also thought she used to be a diplomat for the UN, but it turns out she graced the advertising world in a range of senior roles for many years, playing a major part in the communications and design development of some of the world’s best-known brands. These included Unilever, Sara Lee, Nivea, Philips, Waitrose UK and Shell.
A huge fan and passionate advocate of creative work, Jenny’s extensive experience means she can bring context and understanding to all aspects of our clients’ business. And just quietly, she has a truly wicked sense of humour.
After calling New York home for eight years and working for global clients like Taylormade, Johnson & Johnson, Chesebrough-Pond's, Gillette and Kraft Foods, to name a few, her passion for Vogels toast won over and Paula returned home to bring her creative expertise to local brands.
Now at Brother Design, she heads the creative team, taking the Pams Private Label brand (owned by Foodstuffs) to new heights. Let's be honest, she is an absolute expert in branding and FMCG packaging design, with enough vision and imagination to spot a great idea a mile off.
Paula understands like no one else, the importance of brand personality and establishing an emotional connection with consumers. A philosophy which has made Pams the success story it is today.
Debbie is a strategic designer extraordinaire. She can build successful brands from the ground up, with well thought through personality and captivating ideas which span multiple touchpoints. All in such a way that it actually seems effortless. Now that could be the result of yoga classes, or over 24 years of design experience – ranging from FMCG branding, to Retail and Communications, for the likes of Lion Nathan, Comvita, Bluebird Foods, Foodstuffs and Tasti. Not forgetting Dairyworks – a successful new brand which Debbie created recently that takes delicious cheese to a whole other level.
Like the rest of us, Debbie is a lover of all things design… And a multi-talented foodie – she also makes epic fruit smoothies.
Justine is a designer’s designer who began her creative journey at the Elam School of Fine Arts. After 10 years in London working on global projects for clients such as Kraft, Procter and Gamble, Mars, Unilever and Twinings, plus travelling extensively, it was time to settle back into the local design scene here in NZ.
Having been a part of the Brother Design team since 2008, Justine has made her mark and translated her love of food photography, styling, type and illustration into beautifully crafted packaging, which never fails to connect with consumers. A true creative, Justine can’t help but deliver fresh and inspiring design solutions.