SMUGGLER is a popular digital media job board. Sara Wallace, SMUGGLER’s London Executive Producer, covers Europe and Asia. Her past? Read about Sara.
SMUGGLER is most likely a name familiar to you if you are interested in pursuing a career in digital media. But were you aware that Sara Wallace, the Executive Producer of SMUGGLER in London, works throughout Europe and Asia? What are her creative habits? Why is she such a train-spotter? Where did she get her education?
Sara Wallace, a SMUGGLER London exec, says her train-spotting skills have inspired her work and life. Train-spotting is a vital part of Sara’s creative process and her style.
Read on to find out how she keeps her creativity flowing.
Sara Wallace, A SMUGGLER London Executive, Describes Train-Spotting And Her Ingenuity.
A SMUGGLER London exec, Sara Wallace, oversees all creative output in Europe and Asia. Previously, Sara worked in New York for Mother and Droga5.
She produced Beyonce’s UN music video, which earned her an MTV VMA nomination and an impromptu performance in front of Michelle Obama in the General Assembly Hall.
She produced Guinness’ “Sapeurs” for AMV BBDO and later set up her own fashion advertising agency.
She collaborated with Julien McDonald and a range of brands for her work.
She Is Creative!
Sara Wallace, the Executive Producer at SMUGGLER London, oversees all creative output for Europe and Asia. Before joining SMUGGLER, Sara spent four years working in New York for Mother and Droga5.
Sara grew up in the UK and has lived in New York for the last four years, where she worked at Mother and Droga5. She produced a Beyonce music video for the UN and performed at the General Assembly Hall in front of Michelle Obama.
While in New York, Sara produced a Beyonce music video for the UN, which earned her an MTV VMA nomination and generated over PS100 million in charity pledges. She also made Guinness “Sapeurs”, a campaign that prompted over PS100M in donations for charity.
Later, she set up her own fashion advertising agency, where she produced campaigns for Balmain, Julien McDonald, and Refinery29.
She Is A Train-Spotter.
SMUGGLER London exec Sara Wallace explains her love of trains and her creative output. The Beyonce video earned Sara an MTV VMA nomination and generated over PS100M in charity pledges. After her stint with Mother, Sara founded her own fashion advertising studio, creating work for Balmain, Julien McDonald, and Refinery29.