Blink is an award-winning British commercial production company based in London.
Since its launch in 1985, Blink has become recognised for discovering and fostering new creative talent and launching the careers of many acclaimed directors.
Founded in 1985 by Bob Lawrie and James Studholme as an animation company with a unconventional approach, Blink evolved into a live action production company in the 1990s.
Today, Blink is one of the industry's most respected production companies, consistently producing innovative, beautifully crafted and intelligent work whilst maintaining a distinctive style.
Blink's roster of directors represents a diverse collection of talent working across the traditional and emerging realms of advertising.
Blink was named 'Production Company of the Year' by Campaign Magazine in 2012 for the second year running, having already received the title from both Campaign and Televisual Magazines in 2011. Commercials produced by Blink received much recognition at industry awards in 2012, thanks to another year of outstanding work by our directors.
In 2012, Dougal Wilson's touching story for John Lewis 'The Long Wait' set the bar high for seasonal retail campaigns, garnering widespread acclaim including Commercial of The Year at the British Arrows, a Bronze Lion at the 2012 Cannes Lions and two gold awards at the Creative Circle Awards. Dougal's colourful spot for Lurpak received two gold Cannes lions, two BTAA Golds and a gold CLIO, as well as a gold and five silvers at the Creative Circle Awards. Adam Hashemi's against-the-grain Vo5 'Pageant' commercial also picked up numerous awards, amongst which are two coveted yellow pencils from D&AD for Best Direction and Best Use of Music. In a landmark year for British sport, Tom Tagholm's 'Meet The Superhumans' made an enormous impact internationally, culminating in Tom's Best Director award at the British Arrows Craft Awards.