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Campaign Brief Magazine : January February 2008
FOR THE RECO RD his hometown S ydney as creati ve director of Curtis Jones + Brown in Sydney, starting in mid March. CJB is the succ essful healthcare agency that ha s been g oing for 20 ye ars and is no w part of the Clemenger network. CJB partner and creat ive director Phil Br own is reti ring bu t will stay on at the agency until the end of the year as a writer. Peacock has been at Clemenger Harvie Edge Brisbane (prev iously Cleme nger BBDO Bri sbane) as CD for ne arly 10 y ears, since transferri ng from Clems Sydney. Peacock’s role will be filled by Grant Johnston, who has been with the agency for two ye ars. Before that he was at de Pasquale. Say s Peac ock : “He’s cre ati ve ly hyperactive, he has a lot of energy and a really good gut feeling for ads that work.” Leo Burne tt nati onal creat ive director Mark Collis is head ing t o the E CD gig at Og ilvy Japan in March, rep lacing Aussie e xpat, Marcus Jackson. (Jackson has trans- ferred to Ogi lvy Hon g Ko ng as regional cr eative partner on Co ca- Cola. Singapore based regional cre- at ive pa rtn er s Gary Trante r and Matt Cullen (both Aussie expats) are look ing aft er t he departm ent in Tokyo u ntil Collis jo ins. ) Collis leaves on a high after the worldwide cre ative suc cess of WWF ‘ Earth Hour’ last year, which won multiple gongs inc luding a rare Tit anium Lion at Cannes. Saatchi & Saatchi Wellington bol- stered t heir senior creative rank s with t he full-time a ppointment of Rodd Mar tin as associate cr eative director and he ad of art. Mart in’s extensive CV in cludes pr evious stints at Saatchi’s Sydney, as well as crea tive di rec tor roles at T he Campaign Pal ace Melbourn e and Omon New York. More rece ntly, Martin was a founding principal of Bran dhous e A rnol d (now T he Furnace) with offices in Melbourne and Sydney, and ha s enjoyed con- Peacock - to CD at Curtis Jones + Brown, Sydney Collis - from Burnett Sydney to ECD at Ogilvy Japan Martin - to associate CD gig at Saatchi Wellington Maisey - quit CD gig at M&C Saatchi, Auckland siderable success as a T VC dir ec- tor, a skill the agency will utilise. Martin has won numerous awa rds including Cannes, One Show, Clio, and seven AWARD pencils. After two years at M&C Sa atchi, Auckland, executive creative direc - tor Oliver Maisey resigned from the agency, to be temporarily replac ed by Sydney-based re gional c reative director, Tom Mc Farlane, wh o wi ll take an active role until a r eplace- ment is found. Award-winning art director Maria Lishman is leaving Col enso BBDO, and New Zealand, to join Canada’s most creative and f amous agency Lishman - taking a Taxi job in Canada Taxi. Lishman spent seven years at Colens o, star ting a s a de signer , moving up to be head of design and then switching to art director. She’s picked up two Cannes Lions as well as awards at The One Show, Clio, AWARD, Axis and Young Guns. TBWA\Whybin Auck land t eam Karen Mau rice O ’Leary and Verity Butt lef t to join DDB Auckla nd. The duo came t o Whybin ’s on placement in 2004 after graduating from Auckland’s AXIS Adschool. Their winning streak began the very next day when Verity won an apple G5 at an appl e ‘Direc tor’ s Day ’. Three years later, they leave with a Karen Maurice O’Leary and Verity Butt - to DDB Cannes Grand Prix, five Cannes Lions (three Gold, two Bronze), one Titanium shortlist, a D&AD Si lve r Penc il, o ne Grande Clio, AWARD Silver and Bronzes, a One Show Bronz e Penc il and Gold, Silvers and Bronze at Young Guns. For the first time ever, Sydney has been chosen as the location for final judging of the International ANDY Awards, which will be held in the last week of February. One of the best international juries ever assem- bled - including Dave Droga, Mark Tutssel, Bob Sc arpelli , Gerry Gr af, Bob G re enbe rg , Susan H offman, Marie -Cat her ine Dupuy and Ty Montague - are flying in, selected by Mark Waites, partner and creativ e director of Mother, London. Waites told CB: “One of the perks of being the honorary chair of the ANDY awards is that I g et to pic k the venue for the final judging. Nobby should be pleased, when he got to Buenos Aires last year the first post on his blog for C B had him moa n- ing that Australia was a long way from everywhere - not this year. I can’t wait. 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