Ben Lunt. Congenital dilettante. Professional square-peg-in-round-hole. I've spent the last 10 years or so being lucky enough to work in a variety of hybrid roles - animator/editor, designer/developer, creative director/tech team lead - and now find myself playing part-planner/part-creative.

I like telling stories that put the audience in the driving seat, that place them centre stage, that make them the hero. I like staging big, theatrical events that unfold over multiple platforms, across big screens and small. And I like finding ways to use technology to express something essential about a brand, not using it because it's cool (even if it is).

In short: functionality that tells a story, interactions with meaning, experiences that make for more than the sum of their parts.

Currently Head of Multiplatform at Leo Burnett London, looking after a team of talented UX designers and creative technologists.

 
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Selected work
Face-ID “Reinventing the Beauty Calibrator” (2013)
Client Max Factor / P&G   Agency atelier lb   Role planning, creative development
“We All Make The Games” campaign showreel (2012)
Client McDonald's UK   Agency Leo Burnett London   Role planning, reactive campaign strategy
“We All Make The Games” closing TVC (2012)
Client McDonald's UK   Agency Leo Burnett London   Role planning, reactive campaign strategy
Missile For Peace (2012)
Client Peace Once Day   Agency Change / Leo Burnett Group   Role planning, user experience
Showreel (2010)
Client Various   Agency GT London   Role design, development, direction
Audi R8 “The Slowest Car We've Ever Built” (2008)
Client Audi UK   Agency GT London   Role creative development, tech team lead
Audi A5 “Rhythm of Lines” (2007)
Client Audi UK   Agency GT London   Role creative development, art direction
Adobe CS3 “What's in the box?” (2007)
Client Adobe   Agency GT London   Role creative development, direction
Audi RS4 “Beneath” (2006)
Client Audi UK   Agency GT London   Role animation, direction