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Campaign Brief Magazine : May June 2010
6 CAMPAIGNBRIEF MAY/JUNE 2010 Marshall - to CD of Droga5 Australia Guthrie (left) and Holmes - move from Grey to DDB Melbourne as group CD and head of art respectively international and local ad festivals, including Cannes. DDB Group Melbourne snared creative duo Brendon Guthrie and Tim Holmes from Grey Melbourne, to fill the roles of group creative director and head of art respectively - effective late May. While at Grey, the pair worked across the agency's client list, creating campaigns for John West, Leggo's and the 'Pictures of You' campaign for the TAC, in the process picking up golds at The One Show, Clio and the New York Festivals and an almost full set of AWARD pencils. Droga5 opening its doors in Auckland with former Saatchi & Saatchi NZ ECD Mike O'Sullivan and CEO Andrew 'Rocky' Stone and Tribal DDB creative strategist Jose Alomajan as the founding partners. David Droga, founder and creative chairman at Droga5 in New York, says Mike O, Jose and Rocky make the perfect team for Droga5's NZ shop given their phenomenal track- record of building world-class agency brands in NZ. Since resign- ing from Saatchi NZ in August 2009, O'Sullivan has retained his title as Campaign Brief's most awarded creative director in Australasia, with a stash of awards collected as ECD at Saatchi New Zealand and ECD at Colenso BBDO. According to the CB Creative Rankings, O'Sullivan has been the No.1 CD in Australasia five times out of the last 10 years. He has also won five Campaign Brief NZ Agency of the Year titles, three as ECD of Colenso BBDO, twice as ECD of Saatchi's NZ. Colenso BBDO, Auckland's award winning senior creative team Lisa Fedyszyn and Jonno McMahon have been lured to DDB New Zealand after three and a half years at Colenso BBDO where they New Zealand as creative director and partner to Tim Huse. Wardlaw reports to ECD Dylan Harrison who says he's delighted to welcome Wardlaw to the team: "He's won a haul of international awards for writing national and global advertis- ing campaigns over the past decade. I've always wanted to work with him," says Harrison. Ogilvy Sydney executive creative director Bruce Matchett was lured back to Asia, to the ECD gig at Saatchi & Saatchi Singapore + worked on clients such as Fonterra, NZ Book Council, Alzheimer's New Zealand, Vodafone, Mars, New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation, TVNZ, TV3, and Frucor. The team's work has been recognised extensively in New Zealand and overseas at Axis, D&AD, Cannes, Clio, London International Awards, The One Show and Young Guns. Top London creative Angus Wardlaw was lured from CHI, London to join Saatchi & Saatchi ISSUE #50 2010 ASIA'S CREATIVE ADVERTISING MAGAZINE Print Post PP 637378/00005 at gs PUBLISHED 8 TIMES PER YEAR BY CAMPAIGN BRIEF PTY LTD 24 HICKSON ROAD, WALSH BAY NSW AUSTRALIA. POSTAL ADDRESS: LOCKED BAG 2, MILLERS POINT NSW AUSTRALIA 2000. PUBLISHERS MICHAEL LYNCH, KIM SHAW EDITOR MICHAEL LYNCH. CONSULTANT EDITOR HEATHER JACOBS (0409 030 129) BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR MIKE MORRIS (0421 391 501). SUBSCRIPTIONS MINA SCARFO (+618 9380 9044). CB AUSTRALIA/NZ SUBSCRIPTIONS: A$64+GST (AUSTRALIA) A$80 (NEW ZEALAND) A$100 (ASIA) A$130 (REST OF THE WORLD). CB ASIA SUBSCRIPTIONS: A$50+GST (AUSTRALIA) A$50 (NEW ZEALAND +ASIA) A$80 (REST OF THE WORLD). 'THE WORK' 2007 ANNUAL: A$120 inc. GST (AUSTRALIA), A$120 (NEW ZEALAND + ASIA), A$140 (REST OF THE WORLD). RING TO SUBSCRIBE. ALL THE DAILY NEWS @ WWW.CAMPAIGNBRIEF.COM and CREATIVE WWW.BESTADSONTV.COM TEL +612 9247 4933 BLOG WWW.CAMPAIGNBRIEF.COM CREATIVE WWW.BESTADSONTV.COM CAMPAIGNBRIEF SUBSCRIBE TO CAMPAIGN BRIEF ASIA THE WORK 09 ANNUAL OUT NOW Malaysia. His appointment com- pletes a series of creative changes started in November last year. Matchett replaces Adrian Miller, who resigned from the ECD post in March this year. One of the world's most celebrat- ed creative directors, Duncan Marshall joined Droga5's Sydney office as executive creative director, where he will work alongside cre- ative chairman David Nobay - effective 1 June. As a founding part- ner and joint-executive creative director at Droga5 New York, Marshall has overseen many of Droga5's most acclaimed cam- paigns including Marc Ecko 'Still Free', UNICEF 'Tap Project' and 'Million' for the New York Department of Education, which won three Titanium Lions for three consecutive years at Cannes. [See 'Newsmaker' story this issue]. Colenso BBDO, Auckland pro- moted Levi Slavin to creative direc- tor. Slavin has been promoted less than six months after he returned to Colenso as deputy CD from Saatchi & Saatchi London, joining fellow Colenso CDs Steve Cochran and Aaron Turk. Slavin, an Aussie originally from Marketforce Perth, worked at Colenso in 2006. O'Sullivan (left) with Droga and Stone in New York signing the deal to start Droga5 New Zealand Wardlaw - to CD of Saatchi & Saatchi, Auckland Fedyszyn (left) and McMahon - lured from Colenso BBDO to DDB New Zealand Matchett - to ECD of Saatchi & Saatchi, Singapore FOR THE RECORD
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