Paul founded Pajama in 2005 having worked previously at Wolff Olins and Futurebrand where he was a senior consultant responsible for brand strategy and repositioning projects with multinational companies. Clients include Russian telecoms leader MTS, Adecco, PwC Consulting, Cathay Pacific, Mellon Bank, Oneworld Alliance, Credit Suisse and Club Med.
At Wolff Olins he rebranded Germany for ZDF, the German television channel. His book DEbatte: Deutschland als global Marke was commissioned by Econ Verlag the following year.
Paul has lived and worked in France and Hong Kong, as well as his native London. He is an original thinker with experience of many business sectors.
Keshen’s twelve year career at Wolff Olins in London saw him invent and reinvent many high-impact, cutting edge brands. Clients include Sony, E.ON, Movistar (Spain and Latin America), Unilever, Telenor (Scandinavia, Central and Eastern Europe and Asia), MTS (Russia), Ariston, Hutchison Whampoa, Orange, Sen (China), Qatar Financial Centre, the Principality of Liechtenstein, Shiseido, Tokyo Metro, Toyota and Deutsche BÖrse Group.
He has worked in four continents and is widely appreciated by both clients and colleagues as a consistently imaginative and enthusiastic presence. A creative director of real flair, his work is also noted for its strategic intelligence and effectiveness. Many of his clients regard him as the best creative currently in the industry.
Born in Singapore, Keshen studied in New York and London before settling there in the mid 1990s. His life and work experience have given him an exceptional sensitivity to cross-cultural issues.
Formerly a partner and creative director at Tonic, an award winning London digital agency, Simon was the creative heart of projects for clients such as Sony Europe, Polydor Records, Telenor, PwC, Toshiba, Fortis, VW and Barclaycard. In 2003 he was profiled in the book Creative Island by John Sorrell about inspired design from Great Britain.
Simon is a superb designer and a prolific programmer. The rare combination of high fluency in both fields enables him to conceive and create digital experiences of uncompromising excellence.
Simon was the lead designer of the award winning Times digital newspaper website and apps. He has also created several other highly successful apps which have a global online following.
David’s has his roots in digital technology. After 10 years as a business analyst he began to apply those techniques to brands and companies. He spent 7 years at Wolff Olins as a senior brand consultant and has worked as a brand and digital strategist with Pajama since its foundation.
David’s experience of industries and cultures ranges from banking and telecoms to retail and media. He has lived and worked in Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong as well as his native UK. Global clients include Adecco, Suzuki, Dunlop, British Telecom, Hutchison Whampoa and the BBC.
He specialises in the areas where people, business, brand and technology meet and is passionate about enriching the role of digital media in creating connections between companies and their stakeholders.