MASSIVE MEDIA BECOMES MASSIVE-ER
This week Massive Media welcomed a new member to our merry band of misfits. Adam Sanders started in the brand new role of Account Manager and will be the key point of contact for a number of our clients. Adam has worked for two of the top ten ranked advertising agencies in England, and comes to us with 10 years experience working in London where he worked on projects for some of the world’s largest brands including Disney, HSBC, Hawaiian Tropic and Suzuki.
Adam has a passion for all things creative, but digital innovation really makes him smile. He started his career as a developer but decided he wanted more client engagement. Moving into project management he earned certification both at the Foundation and Practitioner level of PRINCE 2, a process-based method for effective project management used extensively by the UK Government and widely recognised and used in the private sector, both in the UK and internationally. Adam then moved into client account management.
Adam has expressed his delight and excitement at working for Massive Media (obviously) and moving to the beautiful Cayman Islands (even obviously-er).
Having hired the guy, we wanted to get to know Adam a bit better so we decided to ask him five questions to delve a bit further into what makes him tick (spoiler, it’s coffee – Ed).
What excites you most about joining Massive Media?
I am most excited about collaborating with the team and producing high-end creative work. Before I joined I researched Massive Media’s body of work and was very impressed with the high standards and creativity the team possess (this hire has real diplomatic potential – Ed). I hope to add to this and look forward to getting our combined creative talent applied to our growing client list..
What will you most miss about London?
My friends, family and my beloved Chelsea FC. The good news is they have football on nice and early in Cayman due to the time difference so I think I will be just fine.
What won’t you miss about London?
I won’t miss the tube and the thousands of people of trying to jump on. Having lived there for 10 years I am looking forward to the change in life and the pace of life.
What made you decide to consider moving to the Cayman Islands?
My uncle has been on the island for 20 years and my dad has lived here for 15 years. I’ve visited Cayman many times over the past decade and every visit it became harder to leave. It was the right time to make this my new home.
What is the one thing you cannot live without?
Coffee! I love the stuff. Can’t get enough of it. Popeye has his spinach, I have my coffee.