Rosie Arnold

Creative Partner & Head of Art - AMV BBDO



After attending studying Fine Art at Central St Martins, Rosie achieved her goal of working with the renowned adman John Hegarty and stayed for an impressive 33 years helping drive the business from a tiny start-up to the creative powerhouse it is today.

During her time, she was responsible for some of the Agency’s most iconic work from Pretty Polly and Levi’s in the 80s; The Independent and TAG Heuer and Levi’s in the 90s; Lynx (The Lynx Effect) and Robinsons in the 2000s and most recently Bailey’s and Yeo Valley.  It’s true to say, she has picked up many awards along the way.

In 2007 Rosie took a three-month sabbatical at the Royal College of Art studying Communications, Art and Design led her to be tutored by luminaries such as Quentin Blake, Professor Dan Fern, Anne Howeson and Brian Eno.

In 2016, Rosie finally decided to test the waters somewhere new and moved to be Creative Partner and Head of Art at AMVBBDO, London.

Rosie's Topic

“Un-Stereotype the world!”

Rosie will give her views on how the industry can make a real impact on society and culture by avoiding the stereotypes that currently litter advertising as well as giving some very practical advice on how we can all make a difference.