Tommy Lai, Creative Advertising, Bucks New University
Tommy Lai is a creative advertising student at Bucks New University, who is now on a copywriting internship with Wunderman Singapore.
Tommy Lai is a student from Bucks Ad School and is now on a copywriting internship with Wunderman Singapore. His passion lies in capturing hearts with an honest truth and he's determined to do some good with his work. His ambitious spirit is complemented by a witty sense of humour and he's out to rock the world as a creative.
What attracted you to work in the creative industries – particularly as a copywriter?
I always felt the need to create and I like that I get to put a bit of my soul in everything I do. Also, that sense of fulfilment after so much hard work feels incredible and it’s that feeling that makes me love working in the creative industries.
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