Linda Jukic’s 15-year industry experience includes working with some of Australia’s Top 20 ASX companies and with many of Australia’s most loved arts and cultural institutions across disciplines of brand identity, retail communications, video content, environmental, digital and social.
Linda Jukic was appointed creative director of Hulsbosch in March 2014, joining the business after a 10 year tenure with award winning design and creative agency, Moon Communications Group.
Driven by ideas and dedication, Linda has conceived and realised major and high profile projects for brands including Westfield, Westpac, UBET, IAG, Macquarie Bank, Royal Caribbean Australia, Commonwealth Bank, BT Financial Group, The University of Sydney, Bresic Whitney, Yarra Valley Water, Vodafone, Seafolly, Trenery, ABC Kids, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Bell Shakespeare and the Sydney Opera House.
In 2011 Linda was named one of Australia’s Power 20 by Australian Creative magazine. Linda is currently a NSW councillor for the Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA).
Adam Ferrier is partner and chief strategy officer of independent creative:media agency Cummins & Partners. Prior to joining Cummins & Partners, Adam founded and then sold the multi-award winning challenger agency Naked Communications in Australia.
Adam’s work has won Gold at all of the world’s leading creative shows, and in 2013 he won the Grand Prix at CommsCon, the Grand Prix at ADMA and a $10,000 WARC World Innovation Prize. The Australian described Adam as “One of the most strategic and creative thinkers in Advertising.”
Adam is a regular panelist on the hit shows Gruen Transfer / Planet, and has a weekly national spot on Triple M radio’s drive show. His book The Advertising Effect: How to Change Behaviour was published by Oxford University Press in 2014.
Eva Dijkstra, together with Michael Lugmayr, is the founder of Design by Toko. A multi-faceted creative practice established in 2002 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and since 2008 based in Sydney, Australia.
Educated in the Dutch-European culture of design and art, Toko’s philosophy and creative process follows a distinctive conceptual approach in which critical thought, experimentation, and potential collaborations are key. Concepts are derived from extensive research to develop contemporary, distinctive and coherent design solutions often challenging it’s visual application, playful, unexpected and minimalist.
Since setting up, Toko has worked on major visual communication and branding projects, lending their talent to a wealth of cultural and commercial projects, both in Australia and beyond.
Jack is creative director & principal of award-winning Melbourne-based creative studio Motherbird. The studio has worked with a variety of clients including MTV, Qantas, Mushroom Music, Chunky Move and Nickelodeon. Motherbird was recently named one of the Top 10 Design Forces in the country by Design Quarterly magazine.
Jack is an active member of the design community, contributing regularly to national and international design publications, while being asked to speak at a score of events. From 2010-2014 Jack was a member of the AGDA Victorian council, which included a term as Chairman.
Sam Davy is an independent designer and creative director based in Melbourne. Formerly global creative director at Apple in California and more recently brand director at Crumpler. If you own a Mac or iPhone and a Crumpler bag to carry them in, then chances are you’ve experienced Sam’s work.
Beci Orpin is a designer / illustrator / author based in Melbourne. She works freelance and her clients have previously included Urban Outfitters, Gorman, NAB and Visa. Beci has also authored three DIY books – Find and Keep (2012), Home (2013) and Make & Do (2014). Her first children’s book titled Find Me a Castle will be released through Penguin in September 2015. Beci has produced artwork and has participated in many exhibitions around the globe, seven of them being solo shows. Beci is also creative director of homewares brand Arro Home.