A Moment With MMG - Harry Wells
Name: Harry Wells, Hazzar, Haribo, Top Knot
Creative Title: Content Connoisseur
I managed to tear Harry away from his camera for two seconds, to have a chat with him about all things media and what makes our youngest team member tick.
Hi Hazzar, so tell us, what’s the best thing about working at MMedia Group?
I promise I am not big headed, BUT I love seeing my photographs posted on our website and social media channels. It gives me extra confidence that I am good at what I do and it’s incredible hearing positive feedback from colleagues and clients about photos that I have taken.
What is your favourite advertising campaign?
Easy! It’s all about that Old Spice. Terry Crews is the man…
What is the most memorable campaign you have worked on whilst at MMedia Group?
Ooh, that’s a hard one to answer because I’ve been involved in so many cool campaigns and events already and I’ve only worked here for four months! If I had to choose though, I think it’d be the Asia Cup Polo. It was a privilege to photograph and film such a prestigious event and see how ecstatic the client was with the end result.
Ok, so time for the quick-fire round, what are your likes & pet hates?
The obvious answer is photography as my biggest like, especially taking photos of my dog. He’s a Weimaraner and feels like my son haha! I’m also a gamer and big heavy metal fan, I’ve been all over the UK, head-banging at a tonne of gigs. My pet hates are Macs (sorry team marketing who are ALL Apple lovers) and running out of coffee. First world problems!
Describe yourself in three words?
Joyful, witty and tall.
Now think about this one carefully, if you were to rule the world for the day, what would be the first law you’d make?
Sleep is my number one priority, so I’d make it compulsory to have dedicated nap time at work.
And, finally what’s the best piece of career advice you’ve ever been given?
A tutor at college once said to me, “passion is the difference between a job and a career”. These words have always rung true to me as I want to be proud of the work I produce.