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Campaign Brief Magazine : Nov Dec 2010
FOR THE RECORD 8 CAMPAIGNBRIEF NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2010 ISSUE#512010 ASIA’SCREATIVEADVERTISINGMAGAZINE PrintPostPP637378/00005 The Director’s Issue A-Z of Directorsin the region 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 Lennox [above] and Green to co-CD at Marketforce Tinning - quit the CD gig at Marketforce Perth after six year stint Wayne and Kim Pick - off to New York where Wayne will take up global CD gig on Hewlett Packard Dawson - to deputy CD at Leo Burnett Sydney Christensen - retired to the south of France O’Leary - to sole ECD at Ogilvy, Auckland Taylor - launched Contagion NZ with husband Dean % Aussie CD, Stuart Robinson and Kiwi writer, Daniel Lunn. More recently, he’s spent the last two years at US Sydney alongside Nigel Clark, during which time they won numerous accolades, including a bunch of awards at AWARD, The One Show, Sirens, Promax and the Outdoor Awards. Basil Christensen - the art director half of the O’Leary / Christensen ECD team at Ogilvy New Zealand, decided to retire from advertising and moved to the South of France. As a result, Damon O’Leary was named sole ECD. After being lured to Ogilvy from a 12 year stint at Saatchi’s by Roy Meares and Jeremy Taine three years ago - the duo took up the reigns as new cre- ative heads after Taine’s departure late last year. New Zealand ad couple Dean Taylor and Bridget Taylor opened their own consultancy, Contagion which has scored a slice of Tourism New Zealand. As previously report- ed by CB back in July, Dean Taylor departed the Saatchi & Saatchi Singapore & Malaysia CEO gig due to personal reasons to return to NZ with wife Bridget, who was a CD at BBDO/Proximity, Singapore, and had resigned back in June. Bridget is well known to viewers of The Gruen Transfer for her occasional appearances on the panel. Taylor previously was the managing direc- tor of Saatchi’s Auckland office and transferred to run the Singapore agency at the start of 2009. Melbourne agency Cubed Communications appointed cre- ative team Harvard Wang and Andre Elhay to its growing creative depart- ment. The former Rapp Melbourne team will be working primarily on TRUenergy, ANZ, the University of Ballarat, Australia Post and V/Line. Aaron Goldring took the helm as creative director of RAPP Tribal New Zealand, replacing creative duo executive creative director Wayne Pick and Kim Pick, who departed for RAPP in New York where Wayne will take up a global creative director role for major client Hewlett Packard. Goldring was formerly deputy CD at Tribal DDB since his arrival in 2009 and previously was head of interactive art at AIM Proximity. He will over- see a combined team of over 20 direct and digital creatives. On the back of his recent swoop of creative talent, Leo Burnett Sydney executive creative director Andy DiLallo promoted award- winning creative Gary Dawson to the role of deputy creative director. Says DiLallo: “Making Gary my deputy is a simple reflection of his commitment and passion to helping me make Leo Burnett Sydney a world leading creative agency. He’s worked tirelessly to help raise the bar across all our clients and his persuasive English charms can only help push us further.” After a six year stint, Marketforce Perth and creative director Andrew Tinning parted company, with Tinning having no immediate plans on his next career move. During his time at the agency, Marketforce won a swag of national and interna- tional awards. As a result, former Marketforce creatives Pat Lennox and Ben Green - currently at DDB Melbourne - will return to the agency as joint CDs, commencing in January next year. Green and Lennox, who both start- ed their careers with Marketforce, return to the agency after a success- ful six years working the eastern states, most recently with DDB in Melbourne. They have worked on campaigns for Domino’s Pizza, Origin Energy, Target, Heinz, K- mart and the rebranding of Coles Supermarkets. They were amongst Perth’s most highly regarded cre- atives when they left in 2004, with Green ranked #5 in the CB WA Creative Rankings that year. OMISSION: CB must apologise to BMF Sydney for inadvertedly omit- ting them from our list of top agen- cies in last issue’s feature story titled ‘The CD Club’. In the list of CDs we also missed BMF executive CD Dylan Taylor and Droga5 Sydney CD Cameron Blackley.
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