Storytelling maestros, food experimentalists, behavioural experts, hate mailers, diversity champions, and fashion technology pioneers. Just a taste of the wonderful spectrum of thought leaders we have within the Creative Superhero ranks. All our speakers are extremely well experienced in delivering inspirational talks to a variety of audiences around the world. If you are searching for an unforgettable speaker session for your event then look no further. 

For more information on any of the Creative speakers or to discuss making a booking, please e-mail speakeragency@creativesocial.com or contact us through the site.


Mr Bingo

Some say he's the 'Master of pens'. Some call him the 'Justin Bieber of drawing'. Mr Bingo’s wonderfully twisted illustrations have led to a client list that includes The New Yorker, Channel 4, Esquire, The Mighty Boosh, The Guardian and BBC. Last year he decided to drop the clients and become an artist. He continues to personally insult people through his infamous Hate Mail. In 2015 he made a rap video to launch a Kickstarter for a book based on his Hate Mail postcards which became the most successfully crowdfunded UK book ever. Mr Bingo never fails to deliver a hilariously insightful session which delves into how he has crafted his own brand by doing what he loves and letting his mischievous personality guide the way. 


CuteCircuit 

CuteCircuit has been pushing the boundaries of fashion for more than 13 years. The worlds first wearable-technology-fashion brand, their fashion work interweaves leading edge fashion with wearable technologies and smart fabrics to create fashions that not only look beautiful, but carry within them magical capabilities and interactive connections years ahead of their time. This is not to say that these visionary designs are merely concepts of the future or are some kind of science fiction, because true to their slogan “future fashion now”, all CuteCircuit designs are fully functional and really exist; no smoke and mirrors.


Sam Bompas

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Architectural jelly sculptures, anatomical whisky tasting sessions, and turning the Selfridges roof into a crystal island boating lake. These are just a few of the projects to come from the minds of celebrated food experimentalists Bompas & Parr. Co-founder Sam Bompas is both charming and charismatic as he tantalises with promises of vast chocolate waterfalls, mountains of jelly and breathable clouds of alcohol that intoxicate through the lungs and eyeballs. Sam spends a large portion of his time researching and developing new ideas and inexorably studying historical influences to inspire new and exciting projects and challenges for the team. In his library at the Bompas & Parr studio, you can find a book or an article on almost any topic from culinary lore to pyrotechnics by way of molecular biology. A talented writer and a true raconteur, Sam is articulate and inventive.

Sam has spoken at events all of the world including at The Royal Academy, ICA and Royal Geographic Society in London, What Design Can do in Amsterdam, as the plenary speaker for Google in Morocco, at MAM in Sao Paulo, Centro de Cultura Digital in Mexico and at company headquarters around the planet including Diageo, Coca-Cola and Unilever.


Daniele Fiandaca

Daniele is on a mission to deliver better business and culture by accelerating creative thinking within agencies and brands and addressing their lack of diversity. He is co-founder of Creative Social and Token Man, as well as one of the brains behind The Great British Diversity Experiment.

He is also a Hacker. He enjoys the intellectual challenge of creatively overcoming and circumventing limitations of systems to achieve novel and clever outcomes

His creative super hero is Alan Parker, the legendary director of films such as Angel Heart, Bugsy Malone, Fame and Midnight Express.

Follow him on twitter @yellif.


Laura Jordan Bambach

A former D&AD President, co-founder of SheSays and currently Creative Partner at Mr President, Laura Jordan Bambach is a creative force of nature. She is on a mission to use creativity to deliver a better and bolder world and is also one of the brains behind The Great British Diversity Experiment.

She is also Maker. A maker of happy accidents that fuel innovation. 

Her creative super hero is Patricia Piccinini who was at the forefront of 3 graphics when she was at University and has now crossed her work into the real world with a phenomenal humanity.


Scott Morrison

Scott Morrison is an ex ad man (he ran Nike) client (he ran Diesel) turned entrepreneur. He is currently co-founder of ThinkSprint, building startup powered labs for rapid experimentation. Learn by doing, make things people want and the cult of done are his mantras.

He is also a teacher. He believes that the future will be written by those who are able to learn, unlearn and relearn.

His creative super hero is Maya Angelou. Always able to touch any heart with deep yet powerful words that we all understand. 

Follow him on twitter @scottheboom


Mark Earls

Mark is a pioneering and award-winning writer and consultant on marketing, communications and behaviour change. He has written a number of highly influential books including Welcome to the Creative Age, HERD, I’ll Have What She’s Having and Copy Copy Copy.

He is also a thief. He believes that being original and doing original work is often best achieved by using the power of copying.

His creative super hero is David Bowie who repeatedly transformed music and fashion by playing with stuff he found.

Follow him on twitter @herdmeister