C8 Media Solutions Ltd. is a full service creative agency, which will fulfill your company’s marketing needs from strategy to execution. Our scope of work covers traditional and non-traditional media. Our competitive advantage lies in us affording our clients direct contact with the creative team of strategists, designers and concept developers. We will enhance your brand values and enrich client equity by committing some of the very best talent in the industry to achieving your company’s brand objectives.
CEO & Creative Strategist
Chris is a highly qualified, motivated and dedicated professional. With over 12 years experience as an art director and creative strategist, he has the proven talent to contribute to the advertising arena. He is highly self-motivated, ambitious and possesses a strong work ethic and a commitment to excellence. His artistic passion and unmatched graphic expertise permeates each and every one of his impeccably designed creations which are guided by research, experimentation and fact-finding. He brings a unique creative interpretation of each conceptual message that is swiftly and skillfully brought to life under his remarkable artistic direction. Chris is ably supported by a team of experienced and certified graphic artists each of whom are personally committed to each job assigned.
A balance between communication and marketing, Sacha Walters-Gregory is a professional who enjoys identifying effective marketing strategies and the challenge of creating the perfect copy which produces real results. With over a decade’s experience as a print journalist augmented by an MBA with a Marketing Concentration from the Mona School of Business and Management, her professional experience has seen her leading various challenging marketing-centred projects to success.
She thrives on projects centred on new product development and solving difficult marketing challenges. She possesses excellent people management skills and a keen attention to detail, she’ll help deliver a pristine finished product.
Director of New Business
Oral brings to the team over (16) sixteen years’ experience in the areas of public relations, brand management, communications, sales and marketing. His experience spans both local and international companies and he has worked on some of the world’s best known brands such as Colgate-Palmolive, Goodyear, Red Stripe (Diageo), Burger King and in most recent times RUBiS Energy Jamaica Limited. He has a ruthless commitment to client satisfaction and is focused on ensuring that their brands earn the right to win in the market place. In addition to aiding with strategy, Oral is responsible for driving client acquisition and retention by being the “in-house voice and eyes of the marketer”. Part of his mandate is to deliver game-changing and innovative solutions to address core consumer and customer issues and transform clients’ businesses and brands in the process.
Oral is a past student of Campion College and is the proud holder of a PMP Certification and an MBA in Finance from Manchester Business School in Britain.
For a stretch in the mid-2000s parkour had a reasonably solid heyday in advertising. The most prominent example is the 2006 Nike and Wieden + Kennedy classic “Angry Chicken” to launch the brand’s Presto shoe. Other brands like Pepsi, Suzuki and T-Mobile have used the stunts to decent effect. Free runner (and Red Bull athlete) Jason Paul travels the world, jumping off and around buildings, boats and planes. Even Roger Federer got into the act (albeit in front of a green screen) for a mobile carrier.
As Henri Matisse famously said, “Creativity takes courage.” But, how do you start being brave with your creativity? Interbrand set out to explore this at its Creative Bravery event in partnership with D&AD on July 26, where speakers from D&AD, MINI USA, Chobani , charity: water, WeWork, SAP and PAC discussed how they are embracing the power of creative excellence as a force for good in the world, creating better commercial, social, cultural and environmental outcomes for everyone.
Ah, the end of the year. A time consumed with evaluating the past 12 months while simultaneously establishing an agenda for the next 12. Or just, y’know, self-promising to eat better or something. In advertising, it’s when we evaluate the best work of the last year, trying to glean insight into what it might tell us about where brand creative strategy is headed.
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