BBC Creative is the BBC’s in-house creative agency, formed in 2016. Although it has the heritage of the BBC behind it, it considers itself an energetic and exciting new enterprise, creating promotional campaigns and branding for all BBC products and services.
Working across all media and seen across all platforms, the BBC Creative team make everything from simple trailers to complex campaigns, spanning TV/cinema, print, digital, experiential and more.
The agency’s output has included work for BBC’s I May Destroy You
Work for BBC Christmas: The Supporting Act
Work for the BBC: Oneness idents
Work for the BBC: Dracula
Inside the Company
With a main base in White City, London, the agency has additional locations in Central London and Salford, Manchester. The team itself is around 150 strong, incorporating a wide range of creative, production and operational specialisms.
Its in-house creatives include writers, art directors, designers, promotions directors (for both video and audio) and photographers. Meanwhile, on the production side, roles include producers, production managers, production coordinators, project managers and traffic managers.
The agency is committed to broadening the diversity of its talent base and has a track-record of development and progression across all crafts and disciplines. You can find further information about the company and recent news via their website.
Work for BBC 2
Work for the BBC: The Tapestry, 2018 FIFA World Cup Marketing Campaign
Mission and Values
BBC Creative’s core ambition is to make as many people as possible love and value the BBC. It does this by creating campaigns which always leave a positive mark on popular culture.
The team are passionate about what they do, and believe they have an important role to play in securing the future of the BBC. You can find a range of work and project examples here.
The BBC Creative team
Culture and Benefits
The company wants to create an environment in which talent can thrive. Its culture is supportive and inclusive, based on passion, collaboration and equal opportunities.
BBC Creative’s aim is to make brilliant, stand-out creative work that is relevant for its audiences, and everything the agency does feeds into that. You can see more about the way the agency approaches its culture and projects in the video below.
BBC Creative’s brand film, capturing the agency’s work and approach
BBC Creative is always looking for exciting new talent, in both its staff and freelancers. The agency also runs an intern/placement scheme on a freelance basis, as well as an entry-level training programme.