My name is Andreas Beining. Beining is an old Norwegian word, meaning "good helper" or "favour". I certainly believe that I am a good helper! :)
I have lived in Germany, studied Visual Communication at Leeds College of Art & Design (UK), worked as a Jr. Art Director in a Spanish advertising agency, The Farm. Thereafter I worked as a marketing consultant at Norway's largest academic bookchain, Akademika. Following Akademika I worked as an Online Marketing Specialist at Microsoft where I was responsible for many of Microsoft's webportals in Norway and was working on the social media strategy of the company. Currently I work at OMG as a senior consultant within digital & social media.
I'm fluent in Norwegian, German, English and Spanish. Ah, and I've lived in Norway, Germany, England and Spain too!
See my LinkedIn profile for my whole CV.
Facebook Page of the Year Winner - for Stiftelsen Organdonasjon's Page. Oslo Facebook Event 2012. Oslo, Norway.
Gulltaggen 2011 Bronze - in the category "Best campaign / community information", and finalist in the People's Choice Award for Stiftelsen Organdonasjon. Oslo, Norway.
Facebook Page of the Year - Nomination of Stiftelsen Organdonasjon's Page. Oslo Facebook Event 2011. Oslo, Norway.
Gullblyanten nomination - in the category "Print - individual works and series" for the advert "Radio Nova - Become a radioreporter!" "Africa Water" for Radio Nova. Kreativt Forum (Association for Creative, Commercial Communication). Oslo, Norway.
Design Effect - "Norway´s most profitable designprojects" for the designprofile of Akademika AS developed by Mission Design Agency. Oslo, Norway.
Award for Design Excellence - in the category "Graphic design" for the designprofile of Akademika AS developed by Mission Design Agency. Oslo, Norway.
FIAP silver - for the web campaign "Africa Water" for Médicos del Mundo (Doctors of the World). Festival Iberoamericano de la Publicidad, Argentina.
D&AD Student Awards 3. place - in the "Copywriting" category for "Writing republicanism", British Design & Art Direction. UK.