Artist, Musician and activist Dillai Joseph began her advertising career at Grey Worldwide Colombo and has since worked for multinational agencies with over 2 decades of experience under her belt.  

As a painter, she has held 2 solo exhibitions, judged several islandwide art competitions and is recognized as a senior artist in the George keyt foundation.

An Activist for Child sexual abuse, she is currently appointed as a goodwill ambassador for Leads and is a panel member of National Olympic Committee Sexual harassment Complaints Committee.

Was actively involved with the NOC coral conservation  project at a national level and has been part of several projects on environmental conservation and art. 

​Dillai’s experience includes work on big name brands like Fonterra, HNB, Toyota, Pizza Hut, Nations Trust Bank, MAS, JL Morrison’s,  Ceylon Tobacco, P&G, Ceylon Biscuits, Dialog & ICL. Her work has won Effies, SLIM awards and Chillies locally.

Singer, composer, performer and mum of two, Dillai is qualified in Communication Design from Curtin University (ACBT) and followed Chartered Institute of Marketing. UK.

Dillai’s art can be viewed here.

Art director turned writer, Megan began her advertising career at 18 at Minds FCB Colombo in the early 2000s.

Megan’s agency experience includes work on brands like Dialog, Fonterra, HNB, ICL, BOC, Ceylon Biscuits, Ceylinco Life, Nations Trust Bank and Pizza Hut.

​Her accolades include a few Effie awards for her work on Pizza Hut and Trail and a chance to represent Sri Lanka at the Young Lotus Competition in Thailand.

An honest foodie, aspiring yogi and coffee addict, Megan holds a Bachelors Degree in advertising from RMIT Melbourne, has published a book of poetry internationally with another long-listed for the Gratiean Prize.

A mum of one and part-time voiceover artist, she is currently dabbling in another form of voice artistry as a female vocalist in a Tamil Pop/Rock band.

You can follow her writing and other creative pursuits on instagram @megan_dhakshini