Who we are
has worked in communications for a long time (LinkedIn), and is the founder of The Hunting Dynasty. He is the point of contact for clients, author of ‘Inspiring Sustainable Behaviour: 19 Ways To Ask For Change’ (Routledge), speaks on behavioural comms, and organises London (UK) behavioural communications monthly informal drinks.
Previously he spent over a decade at Saatchi & Saatchi and Ogilvy as a Creative Director up to board level on global advertising campaigns for some of the world’s best-known companies, including BP, P&G, Cisco, IBM, Castrol, Avis, Toyota, and Visa. He’s won over thirty of the world’s top global advertising awards, including Grand Prix, DMA, Cannes, D&AD, and sat on global judging panels for digital and integrated advertising.
He is a member of The Royal Economic Society, and a member of The Society for Consumer Psychology.
is an advertising creative with experience in direct, digital, and behavioural marketing and is a creative director for The Hunting Dynasty.
He’s spent the last decade creating campaigns for global clients including IBM, American Express, Yahoo, Cisco, Dove, and more at Ogilvy » London, UK, as well as behavioural marketing for The Hunting Dynasty. He has won many industry awards – D&AD, Cyberlion, Campaign, and many DMAs – and his IBM Seer for the Wimbledon tennis tournament was the first augmented reality app to use live data, was featured in the Economist magazine, and is still used as a case study by both Google and the BBC.
Drawn to the way cognitive-behavioural theories can create more efficient and effective advertising, Jamie works with the The Hunting Dynasty to combine the two.
is a freelance researcher based in London. With a Masters degree in Behavioural Economics from Maastricht University, and a Bachelors degree in Commerce from McGill University, she is well-placed to join the dots between the academic literature on behavioural studies and actual business practice. Her Masters thesis investigated the determinants of non-strategic punishment, an important aspect of the maintenance of cooperative behaviour, with a particular focus on the role of emotions, time, and social norms.
In addition to her ongoing research and experiments at the Behavioural and Experimental Economics Lab at Maastricht University, she has worked with think-tanks and consultancies in London. Nathalie’s work with The Hunting Dynasty involved looking at cognitive-behavioural and infrastructural interventions to address the high Green House Gas emissions embodied in consumer use of products from the world’s leading FMCG.
is a Masters student of social policy at the University of Oxford, and Felix Scholar, following her Masters degree in economics (minor in marketing) in India.
She has worked on projects with the Oxford Student Consultancy, Kenya Education Partnerships, Massachusetts Institute of Technology-Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) where she received Cornell University certification to conduct work on human subjects, and the Max-Planck Institute for Human Development amongst others.
Her interest in behavioural economics and policy-making is a perfect fit with The Hunting Dynasty, where she has recently researched peer-reviewed papers on cycling behaviour, and consumer behaviour in the home. She is interested in bridging policy with behavioural economics for sustainable and
We get a lot of requests for internship, and jobs. Off-site internships or project-by-project working to get some experience is fine.
On-site and paid roles aren’t in our gift to give right now, but do email and say hi because the workload is expanding.