David Redhill has worked in journalism, creative writing, design, marketing, branding, photography and music for over 30 years in Australia, Spain, the US and UK - and has relearned everything he thought he knew about marketing within the past five.
David currently leads Deloitte’s marketing, communications and business development team across Australia. He compiled a series of Deloitte’s white paper "Building the Lucky Country" and has authored or edited a number of other papers including a brand assessment and valuation of the Sydney Opera House in 2014 which gained media coverage in over 75 countries.
A member of the firm’s global marketing, brand, and digital transformation councils, David is also a sitting member of the Advisory Council to the University of NSW Faculty of Art & Design.
In 2011–12 David was recognized by the Australian Marketing Institute as Australian Marketer of the Year, the first time a professional services marketer has won this award. His career includes stints at Landor Associates, BEA Systems and PWC and has encompassed technology multinationals and startups, professional services networks, media, and creative and communications agencies.
David's stories and images have been published in the Financial Times, the Times of London, The Guardian, Journal of Brand Strategy, Design Week and Creative Review (UK); The Australian and Sydney Morning Herald (Australia); La Vanguardia (Spain) and the New York Times, Chicago Tribune and San Francisco Chronicle (USA), along with various books, magazines and online sites.
His documentaries and music have featured on radio in several countries and his photography has been exhibited in Spain, the UK and Australia. David’s awards include a New York Telly for Video Creative Direction and a Gold Quill for Excellence by the IABC.