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Campaign Brief Magazine : September 2010
4 CAMPAIGNBRIEF SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2010 Eberhardt (left) joins May at Saatchi’s Sydney Chalmers (left) and Roberts - moved from TBWA\Whybin, Auckland to CD roles at Droga5, Auckland DDB world, Matt Eastwood, the national executive creative director and deputy chairman of DDB Australia was promoted to chief creative officer of DDB’s New York office, taking up the role at the end of the year. Eastwood will be replacing Eric Silver, who has been a year and a half in the role. Silver will be moved elsewhere in the net- work. Eastwood is no stranger to the States, having had a short stint as chief creative officer of Y&R New York for a year during 2004/05. Before Y&R, he was chairman and executive creative director at the New York office of M&C Saatchi. Prior to that, he held creative posts at M&C’s offices in Melbourne and London. Originally from Perth, he has held senior writer gigs at JMA Perth and Saatchi & Saatchi, Sydney. After just six months in business, NZ Indie agency Josh&Jamie, owned by Josh Lancaster and Jamie Hitchcock, was acquired by Assignment Group. The deal will group Assignment’s extensive list of clients, with Josh&Jamie’s existing clients: 3 Wise Men, Premiere Beehive, SBS Bank, Dairy NZ and recently won stuff.co.nz. Highly awarded senior art director Nils Eberhardt moved from BMF to Saatchi & Saatchi to join forces with writer Steve May. Eberhardt was partnered with BMF associate creative director, Richard Morgan before heading to The Rocks to replace recently departed art direct- ed Eron Broughton. Eberhardt was originally from Jung von Matt, Hamburg. Droga5 New Zealand snared TBWA\Whybin\Tequila, Auckland creative director Guy Roberts and his creative partner Corey Chalmers to creative director roles working alongside creative partner, Mike appointment of former Saatchi & Saatchi, Wellington CD Tim Hall as creative director. Hall is the latest in a string of key hires by Banjo and re-unites a formidable creative team with Hall’s ex creative partner Georgia Arnott, who heads the cre- ative department at Banjo Sydney. After a highly successful period at Y&R Sydney, where the pair were key contributors to Y&R Sydney winning Campaign Brief Agency of the Year, twice, Hall joined the Campaign Palace, Melbourne. He O’Sullivan. They will work across all accounts including the newly won ASB Bank business. TBWA lost the ASB business to Droga5 in June. Meanwhile, TBWA\Whybin\ Tequila, Auckland promoted digital specialist Ross Howard to creative director of Tequila as part of a move to bring digital to the centre of the agency’s offering. Fast growing Banjo Advertising made a serious investment in to its Brisbane office with the key 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 SUBSCRIBETOCAMPAIGNBRIEFASIATHEWORK09ANNUALOUTNOW then moved to Clemenger BBDO Sydney where he held the position of deputy creative director. Since 2007 Tim has been working in the New Zealand market as CD at Saatchi & Saatchi’s award winning Wellington Office. Garry Horner, the former executive creative director of Whybin\TBWA Sydney, who departed the agency in early May (since replaced by Dave Bowman and Matty Burton) was lured to Perth to take up the newly created executive creative director role at The Brand Agency. Prior to arriving in Australia 14 years ago, Horner worked at CDP and WCRS in London, before joining DDB Sydney as creative director in 1996. Whilst there, the agency was named Campaign Brief Agency of the Year twice, as well as runner up on sev- eral occasions. CHE, Melbourne appointed Mike O’Hare to the role of executive cre- ative director following the resigna- tion of Jason Ross who leaves the agency after five years to pursue a new direction early in 2011. Before joining CHE a year ago, O’Hare had senior roles at Lowe in Hong Kong, China and Tokyo, Leo Burnett in Moscow and JWT in Bangkok. % Eastwood - to chief creative officer at DDB New York Ross - departed ECD gig at CHE, Melbourne O’Hare - replaced Ross at CHE, Melbourne Horner - to ECD of The Brand Agency, Perth Chu (left) with Albuino - to Clemenger Sydney Hall - to creative director of Banjo Brisbane FOR THE RECORD
May June 2010