Doris Tydeman listed as 2022 Campaign Face to Watch


Agency News



We’re absolutely delighted that Doris Tydeman our Deputy Head of Integrated Production at Girl&Bear, has been listed as one of Campaign UK’s 2022 Faces to Watch.

The Faces to Watch list this year arrives as a period of uncertainty lies ahead for the industry and beyond, described as bringing a ‘much-needed tonic’ of optimism for us all. Doris is among the selected list of next-generation talent tipped to bring an energy and attitude to help adland meet the internal and external challenges on the tracks.

Among those with less than 8 years of industry experience, the individuals selected profile a group working in Creative, Media, Digital, and PR agencies whose extraordinary skill and passion for the industry makes them stand out from the crowd, who according to Campaign denote ‘an incoming generation of creativity and talent who inject an incredibly optimistic and encouraging faith renewal to the industry at a more crucial time than ever.’ A generation who, according to Matt Barker, editor at Campaign Magazine, ‘bring an energy and attitude to help adland meet the external and internal challenges coming down the track’...

All About Doris:

Since Joining VCCP in 2018, Doris has excelled to become one of our most valued producers.

As well as being truly pivotal to the work we produce; ‘the quirkier the idea, the better', as far as Doris is concerned, Doris has been key to some great initiatives here at VCCP such as the VCCP Stoke Academy which tackles socio-economic entry barriers to the industry.

And it doesn’t stop there… Doris was also involved in creating the Amnesty Family Free Zone which undermined laws forcing refugee families to separate, resulting in the passing of a Parliamentary bill!

She certainly is a valued member of the agency with many singing her praises; including from Claire Young, Managing Director at Girl&Bear. ‘Doris is a master of breaking and remaking the rules to find the creative solution that matches our craft-benchmark with often challenging budgets and timings.’

Read the full piece and more about everyone else selected in Campaign here.