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Our Team

The story
behind Dog

Founded in 1996, Dog was set up as an independent agency to provide unique solutions for the newly emerging digital landscape. While the industry has changed beyond recognition, we’re still innovating and disrupting today – and our clients tell us it’s our creativity, leadership and drive to unlock new opportunities for their businesses as some of the key characteristics that differentiate us.

The
founders

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Alex Wilson

Alex founded Dog in 1996 and his vision at the very beginning continues to fuel its success.

Continuously driving Dog forward from both a creative and a technical point-of-view, Alex is a born storyteller and he uses this ability to transform client needs into visually and verbally engaging narratives.

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Gerry McCusker

Passionate about driving digital excellence and developing talent, Gerry continues to push Dog to be at the forefront of emerging technologies.

He is currently the Chair of BIMA Scotland and a member of the Scottish Government’s National Skills & Enterprise Board.

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David Hamilton

It’s David’s role to develop and service Dog's global business concerns across an ever-growing network, which means you’ll find him racking up the air miles between London, Glasgow and Singapore – and everywhere in-between.

He loves anything electronic or IT-related and never goes anywhere without his running shoes and swimming goggles.

Our people make us who we are. It’s a familiar refrain, but at Dog, the importance we place on our people is woven not only into our culture, but how we do business.

Recognising their input is one thing, but collaborating together, learning from each other and growing as a pack not only improves our company, it can transform yours too.

Meet our
Dog People

Alex Anderson

It's all about my trainer collection.

Alex Petrie

Make-up addict & art lover with a penchant for Martinis.

Azwan Isa

Outdoor enthusiast, or (in excessively inclement weather) bogged down in otherworldly stories.

Barbra Kolasinski

Double award-winning vodka enthusiast.

Caroline Currie

Has more cleaning tips than Mrs Hinch and has probably heard every song that's played on the daily playlists. Can't sing for toffee.

Caron Tait

Either saying “I’m just conscious of time…” or “okay, SO next steps?”

Charlotte Thompson

Sometimes I like to sing what I think, hear or see and sometimes I don’t.

Chloe Lambert

Fast girl.

Christophe Goasduff

Enjoys red wine and riding his motorcycle. (Not at the same time)

Claire Taylor

Always a pleasure, never a chore.

Clancy McMahon

Hispanophile on a diet of football, politics and my dog.

Clara Harold

Not a morning person.

Colin Robertson

Coffee, podcast and dad-rock enthusiast whose main ambition in life is to hang out with a red panda.

Corinne Black

I love fast cars and F1. My older brother still can't beat me in a road race. Maybe one day I'll let him win.

Craig Wilson

A dog with a love for bikes and boarding.

Daniel Conner

I struggle to finish my coffee and my

David Clunas

If not now then when? Cycling, photography and ceramics.

Duane Roft

Something, something, something, storytelling. Something something. The end.

Ed Walker

Fair weather cyclist, DITryer, grade 3 nappy changer, kerning pedant and champion of dad humour. Will accept cookies.

Fiona Lawrie

Gin drinking, dog obsessed, fakeup artist who is also a closet Marvel enthusiast.

Fraser Lenson-Wade

Lover of music, football, food, socialising, property renovation, digital and all things creative. Meet me in the rehearsal studio or pub (if I get the chance).

Gemma Berry

My good ear likes music. My eyes like TV, film & books. I can make fart noises with my hands. The human body is a wonderful thing.

George Lyons

Once appeared as a palm tree (non-speaking) in a production of The Jungle Book.

Gillian Chambers

Baker of cakes, bearer of children.

Gillian Rae

Lover of country music and cheese. (Essentially the same thing)

Gillian Rutherford

Love my fur-babies Alfie and Dotti, snacks, cleaning, boxsets and naps.

Graeme Irvine

Everything is either a potato or not a potato.

Iain Curran

The Luxe-Enforcer.

James Dunlop

Enjoys reading Harry Potter fan-fiction and is not afraid to admit it.

Jamie Edwardson

Harry Potter and pasta. In that order. Sometimes in another order. 

Joan McLellan

Happiest when planning my next adventure.

Jordan McDowall

Sleep enthusiast and failed Ed Sheeran clone. Will answer all graphic design queries with "that's great, but can we make it M O V E?"

Kamil Cyganiak

Spends too much time (and money) on his 3D printer and computer hardware.

Karri Morgan

Has the ability to find an excuse to buy anything, especially designer shoes, lover of drinking Prosecco and complaining there is no Diet Coke in the tuck shop.

Kirsty Burns

I have a keen interest in the K9 world.

Laura Boyle

Professional dark rum taster. Youngest looking Nana in the world. Small talk is not for me.

Laura Clift

Lover of good skincare and red wine. Partial to a French tuck.

Laura Colford

Just trying to keep my desk plants alive.

Lee Perez

Film buff, travelling enthusiast and fantasy books lover.

Liam Penman

Continuous leg bouncer and ultimate fidget.

Lisa Bonner

It will all be fine.

Lucy Gordon

Pink haired, techno loving, bagpipe playing, basketball throwing life enthusiast.

Mark Elder

When I'm not designing stuff, you can find me on the golf course.

Matthew McPherson

It's whisky and chips all the way down.

Paul McColl

Lover of music, movies and travel, You can’t buy happiness but you can buy a plane ticket, and that’s kind of the same thing.

Robert Ferguson

2 x Dog lookalike award-winner, token office vegan.

Robert Lawson

I have many nicknames, none of which are accurate or true.

Ross Arkley

Just a big nerd that really likes movies.

Scott Atkinson

Fanatical about football and films, as well as a tech geek who is always in ‘learning’ mode.

Sophie Bartholomew

Music junkie, foodie and prolific wearer of stripes (un-related to love of true-crime).

Stephanie Lindsay

Loves Swedish pop music, Australian telly, American travel & Drag Race. Wish it was 1996 but don't miss the bowl cut. 

Stephen Hynds

I have a room full of toy cars. Don't judge me.

Steven Kerr

I like skateboarding, watching wrestling and being four years old.

Victoria Hepburn

Indian food fanatic, serial book-club member, and wants to be amazing at yoga. (But isn’t)

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