TellyJuice Welcomes New Senior Creative: Kate Chedgey

We are delighted to welcome Kate to the TellyJuice fold.  As a Senior Creative, Kate will be looking after the creative campaigns for some of our major clients.

So that you can get to know Kate as well as we’ve done in such a short space of time, here is a 5-minute interview with Ms Chedgey.

What do you do at TellyJuice?

I’m a Senior Creative.  I enjoy the challenge of finding fresh and innovative approaches to briefs. I’m working with a wide variety of clients and I love the diversity of their projects.

Where were you previously employed?

I spent over 15 years ago in various media establishments including the BBC, Red Bee, Channel 5 and London Live.  My jobs have included interviewing a guinea pig and being dressed as a turkey.

Why did you want to join TellyJuice?

I really like the work the TellyJuice team has done so far and I wanted to be a part of the action, TellyJuice’s portfolio seems to have really expanded over the last few years. I also really like the company’s ethos – it’s openness to new ventures and ideas and the team are so grounded, there’s no room for egos! I spent a Promax Awards night on a table with them and they knew how to decorate a pumpkin with style!

What are your life/work achievements?

I won a BBC Comedy Sketch-factor talent search which was then commissioned for a couple of shows on Radio 4. I achieved 100% attendance at school (because my mum never believed I was ill). I overcame my fear of heights by zip-lining across the rainforest in Costa Rica.

What can you be found doing when you’re not at TellyJuice?

Going to music and comedy gigs.
Using loyalty cards to get discounts at London’s hotspots.
Running round a park at the speed at which most people walk.
Stacking shelves at a local Foodbank.

Where do you find inspiration?

Walking. Going to see films, comedy and music.  Visiting new places.

What other creative pursuits do you do?

I write comedy scripts.
I attempt to make a non-offensive noise on a saxophone.

What are your passions in life?

Keeping abreast of developments in the savoury snack world.
Well made Tupperware (other branded resealable plastic containers are available)
The film Planes Trains and Automobiles.
Getting involved in the community.

If you weren’t a Senior Creative, what would you be?

Making silly podcasts.