Glyn Britton joined Albion in early 2006. He oversees the agency’s strategic offer, is responsible for innovation, and is a partner in the business. Albion is a 70-person, digitally-led integrated advertising agency, based in London and Los Angeles.

While at Albion London Glyn has led pioneering brand strategy, identity and communications work for clients like Skype, eBay, Betfair, and O2. Before Albion, Glyn was an Associate Director at Ingram, a start-up brand and communications strategy consultancy. Working with Leslie Butterfield, he forged strategies for brands like Mercedes-Benz, Universal Pictures and British Airways.
Previous to that Glyn spent six years at global brand consultancy Interbrand. He then founded Innocence, a new branding agency within Omnicom dedicated to long-term client relationships, winning and leading relationships with Orange, The National Lottery and the Co-op.

Glyn studied Industrial Design at Brunel University and started his career at British Airways, where he was part of the team of three who started, and was responsible for implementing the infamous ‘ethnic tailfins’ identity in digital channels.