Tucker Clarke-Williams creative director Phil Skegg, seen here posing for Emap Radio’s direct mail campaign, cuts a fine figure. But T C-W insiders attribute credit for Skegg’s physique in the campaign, which features the strapline Get a Piece of the Action, to T C-W studio manager Mark Price. A dab hand with Photoshop, Price seemingly added that Peter AndrÃ©-like six-pack to give Skegg’s stomach a more ‘youthful’ silhouette. Skegg has since been sighted working out, determined to make the fantasy come true before he goes on holiday. Then perhaps he too will get a piece of the action…
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