The one with the boy bits.
       
     
The one with the boy bits.
       
     
The one with the boy bits.

After working part time as a barista for many years, Rohan had to ask himself “how many pretty ferns and love hearts can one man pour in a coffee?” It was at that moment that he put down the milk jug, and picked up his folio.

Rohan started his career with creative partner Laura Petruccelli at Grey Melbourne. He spent four years developing brands including Covergirl, Bulla Dairy, The Transport Accident Commission, and Multiple Sclerosis Australia. Rohan has received a number of international shiny awards for his work, both for creativity and effectiveness.

After studying the likes of Jeff Goodby and Rich Silverstein at University, Rohan couldn’t pass up the chance to work at GS&P and see if the rumors were true.

Yes, Jeff’s hair is as nice as it looks in award books.

Since then, Rohan has worked on clients such as Frito-Lay, Adobe, Honest Beauty and Sonic Drive-In. His favorite piece of work from this year was for Sonic Drive-In, where he turned their Milkshakes into the most instagrammable product in the world.

If you can’t find Rohan in his office, just look for him in the local Karaoke bar. He’ll be the one singing “We come from a land down under” with a cold Fosters in hand.