Many thanks, too, go to the wondrous art directors with whom I worked on the ads: Malcolm ThompsonRuth Yee and Martin Lambley. Fewer TV opportunities arose in the years when I was freelancing. So now I leap on the TV briefs that do come my way like a ravenous polar bear grabbing a disoriented seal. I've been known to catch my teeth on the staples.

Scotland Against Drugs
Don't crank up the volume. The ad's (intentionally) silent.

Scotland Against Drugs
Sassenachs often look in vain for helpful subtitles.


The Scotsman
Anyone identifying the MVO wins £3,000. Or £0. Whichever is the smaller sum.

Scottish Office
Today, "our Damon" would be "our Lewis" or "our Jenson". But this was 1837.


Glenmorangie
Have armchairs, will travel.

Glenmorangie
See? They travelled.


Glenmorangie
Today, a mobile flung lochwards would go "splish". Back then, it went "KERBLOOMP".