Creative Profile: Robyn Silverstone

Robyn Silverstone is Integrated Producer at Saatchi & Saatchi. You can follow her adventures on @RobsSilverstone on Twitter and Instagram.


What projects have you worked on at Saatchi & Saatchi?

P&G – Pampers, Ariel, Olay and Head and Shoulders over the last 2.7 years. Toyota for New York, CPUT Formula Student – definitely one of my favourites – and then Primedia sites which always present a challenge like EWN or KFM.


If you weren’t Integrated Producer, what else would you be?

Working full-time for NSRI (National Sea Rescue Institute) if it weren’t a volunteer organization. Or running a dog sanctuary.


In your previous life, you were_____

A mariner.


What was your first job ever?

Intern/Content Producer at


If you won the lotto, what would you do?

Travel the world. Work for a charity. Buy a Porsche 911 GT2 & Audi R8. Be a DJ.


What inspires you?

Being around people wanting to make a difference.


What made you choose this career?

A passion for digital and to create or be part of unique and inspiring work.


What are your Lovemarks?

Porsche, Tag Heuer and Apple.


Your kryptonite includes?

Puppies and small humans – aka babies.


What’s your favourite go-to place in Cape Town?

Clifton 1st: beach, ocean, sunset, solace.


Why do you believe that nothing is impossible?

Because it simply is.


What does your lunchbox meal consist of?

Normally… protein and a salad.


If you were famous for one thing, what would it be?

Getting people to make a difference. Social change.


What’s the motto you live by?

“Happiness in not having what you want but wanting what you have” – Hyman Judah Schachtel.


What song makes your hips sway?

I’m married to music.


What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?

Be humble.


Name your other creative pursuits.

Capturing some creative shots on camera pushed onto Instagram.


Your “best work day ever” includes_____



What’s your #truebluebehavior?

Extremely passionate about the NSRI. Whether it means getting up at 2am to go help someone, that’s what I’ll do.

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