Gavin has 20 years of international experience in performing arts and stage production.
He worked throughout Europe appearing as principal at the Moulin Rouge in Paris, the Scala in Spain, the Estoril Casino in Portugal, to name but a few.
He appeared in various television productions with stars the likes of Ray Charles, Anita Baker and the Gipsy Kings.
On returning to South Africa he focused on choreography and was commissioned to run rural and peri-urban operations for the IEC Voter Education Campaign in the North West Province (then Bophuthatswana), leading up to the first SA Democratic elections in 1994.
After, he was approached by Ogilvy & Mather Johannesburg, where he became director of Event Marketing between 1994-1998. His innovative thinking, passion and attention to detail resulted in the exemplary performance of his department - and the ongoing success of DFG...
Bernadette first visited South Africa to compete in the Miss World Pageant in 1992 at Sun City. During her visit she fell in love with the country and found her man…
In 1994, Bernadette moved to SA where she completed her studies, obtaining a BA Communications & Psychology through UNISA.
Boasting earlier qualifications from Hungary in journalism - and her own weekly column in a local publication - Bernadette was soon snapped up by National Publishing to launch a national Promotions & Events publication.
When necessity dictated, Bernadette left National Publishing to join Gavin in Don’t Forget George. The rest is history.
George Bernard Shaw inspired our vision, mission & approach. But George has changed…
George is you. George is me. George is every one of the thousands of people who through our work, we reach and touch.
Our commitment to exploring uncharted waters, finding new tools and learning new ways, gives us the edge. Our unique background and diverse experience sets us apart.
Eccentric, unconventional, passionate, professional, committed, we enjoy our blue sky mindset and uncompromising quest for big ideas.
We add pizzazz and panache, intrigue and excitement, and when the action kicks in, we get our rush seeing the unforgettable experiences we create - and the difference we make.
WE RISE TO THE CHALLENGE OF
HARNESSING THE MOMENT
MAKING THE MEMORY.