D & A
D&A is probably the word’s smallest agency. We are creatively led, insight driven, digital explorers and globally, native.
“We take the idea of ‘small’ very seriously because small is actually big.Small is faster. Small is more efficient. Small cuts down the bureaucracy. Small has a high response rate. Small is focused and simple” – Dela Avemega, Managing Partner
Born and raised in Accra, “Emma” was unable to talk properly for the first 20 years of his life. He stammered, stuttered, painted, used hand gestures and wrote his way through school till he was able to speak. Several stints after, he became Creative Director at Publicis West Africa. Emma is passionate about unlocking local insights in creating ideas that build brands and influence behaviour. He’s a massive fan of Barcelona and how they play soccer.
Artist, jungle lover, sea shore enthusiast, minimalist, children book author, budding 'creative writer', leftist, rebel on a course and a stunning piece of creation. Has a knack for composing unreleased material and taking random vacations to outer space even during conversations.
Yvette is a free spirited Ghanaian, tree hugging, art loving, recycle bug, who is nuts about stop motion. So naturally she went to NAFTI and trained in animation. She flirted with the ghanaian wedding industry during her time at oneshot studios, wrote a children’s book and settled down with copywriting. She has held and been a part of 3 art exhibitions and can sing almost all of Frank Sinatra’s songs
Kellie Ampo is a designer, animator and 3D specialist. He’s a product of KNUST and has worked on numerous brand animation work for clients in Ghana. He’s obsessed with motion and is constantly exploring new ways to make things move. His multi-talents are a great asset to the team.
Love music. Will kill for kenkey. Down for anything that does not involve elevators or dogs. Love cooking. Like fighting with boys. And oh, jeans and sneakers any day. Currently on a mission to invent an anti-revert spray for clients. Life should be simple, i believe. Rules are boring. Let's try being rebels.
Rachel is a free spirited Ghanaian, tree hugging, art loving, recycle bug, who is nuts about stop motion. So naturally she went to NAFTI and trained in animation. She flirted with the ghanaian wedding industry during her time at oneshot studios, wrote a children’s book and settled down with copywriting.