Dog of the Month: Adstream director of goodfeelings Henry

Paige Murphy
By Paige Murphy | 30 June 2020

This first appeared in our May/June edition. Check out the full magazine here.

We look at our furry friends across the advertising, adtech, marketing and media sector, shedding a light on these stars and how they help adland get results. This month, we speak to Adstream director of goodfeelings Henry.

Time at the company?
Two-and-a-half years.

How would you describe what the company does?
They do ads and seem to take it too seriously for my liking.

What do you do day to day?
Entertain clients and eat the scraps around the agency.

Define your job in one word:

I got into advertising because:  
Banking was boring.

Who is your right-hand person?

Whose job have you set your sights on in the future?
None, I’m top dog.

Where do you turn for inspiration?
Bill Bernbach, David Droga.

My favourite advert is?
The man in the Hathaway shirt.

My best trick is?
Always looking desperately hungry.

Tell us one thing people at work don’t know about you?
The carpet matches the drapes.

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