Our Team

Bradley Scheffer, CEO

Bradley is a serial entrepreneur with 32 years’ experience in sales, developing leaders, marketing and raising the profile of brands. He generously advises other businesses on how they can improve whether they ask for his opinion or not. Some of them even thank him. As such, he lives in a constant state of dissatisfaction.

Jeremy Swinfen Green, Head of Content

Jeremy is Drive’s head of content strategy. He has worked in digital marketing since 1994 and is easily irritated by millennials who try to explain social media to him.

Tom Turnbull, Commercial Director

Tom is our Commercial Director, having reluctantly called time on his fledgling career in sports journalism. Tom leads commercial activity across all of the group brands and was a passionate advocate of content marketing long before it was cool. An avid traveler, he can often be spotted struggling up mountains in various far-flung corners of the world.

Geoff Dodds

Geoff is the office Francophile with a passion for digital media. When it comes to Drive’s digital output, he’s probably had a hand in creating it. Geoff has previously worked on campaigns for some of the world’s largest organisations including KPMG, Barclays and more, so you know you’re in good hands. Away from the office, you’ll probably find him in Paris enjoying some good wines and visiting various galleries.

Maida Goodman

Maida is worryingly efficient, and in her spare time loves mapping out processes and workflows. Likes: work. Dislikes: fluffy words.

Philip Sheikh

We call him Sheikh (pronounced shake, choke on the kh for accurate pronunciation). Pre-Drive, Sheikh founded Chainy.com, connecting creatives and brands through campaigns. He loves everything video and speaks social media. He also made his mama famous through a video campaign with the UN, the Guardian and Cannes Lions. Sheikh focuses on building brands through social media (and killer content) and has worked previously with Social Chain and Connected Pictures. His go-to focus music choices for work are synthwave and lo-fi hip-hop.