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Campaign Brief Magazine : March April 2008
FOR THE RECO RD AWARD and ADFEST. Bl ackley joi ned D rog a5 New York fro m Publ ici s London whe re he was sen ior ar t dir ect or. He h as a lso worke d at AMV-BBDO Lon don and Grey Melbourne, and his work has bee n r ecogni sed at C annes, Eurobest, YoungGuns and D&AD. JWT Sy dne y joint ECDs Andy DiLall o and Jay Be njamin resigned and will join Leo Burnett Sydney in June, fil ling the vacuum lef t af ter the recent departure of national CD Mark Col lis . Am erican bor n DiLallo a nd Benj amin w ere pr o- moted t o joint executi ve c reative directors of JWT Sydney in August last year af ter joining as d eputy CDs in D ecember 2006 fr om Saatchi & Saatchi New Ze aland. The p ai r we re brought ou t t o Aust ralia by Saat chi & Saa tch i, Sydney i n 20 03, h ired b y t hen ECD David Nobay, who was their boss at Bozell, New York. Forme r DDB NZ a nd G PY&R Melbourne executive creative direc- tor Paul Ca tmur joined for ces with inde pendent A uck land ag ency Barn es Ad ve rti sing, c ur rent ly owned and led by Da niel B arnes. The new shop, to be t itled: Barnes, Catmur & Friends, will operate out of newly acquired premises in High Street. Both Barnes and Catmur will carry the t itle of creative man- aging partner dividing creat ive and management duties be tween th em as required. AdPart ners Syd ney appo int ed Andrew Ostrom as creative di rector. Ostr om’ s pre vious gigs i nc lude Cummins & Partners, Cle menger BBDO, Leo Burnett Sydney, BMF and more r ecent ly man agin g his own consultancy. He is best known for h is cre ative involvement with the T ooheys Extra Dry ‘ Tongue’ ads, Blood Bank’s ‘We gave blood’ campaign as well as IKEA’s ‘Stand- Benjamin (left) and DiLallo - departing JWT for joint ECD gig at Leo Burnett, Sydney Rutherford - to ECD at DDB Melbourne Faudet - quit ECD gig at DDB Melbourne for ad break in dad’ and the Jo hnnie Walke r ‘Invisible’ spot. In a major coup t hat i s su re to shake up the Melbourne industry, DDB Group Melbourne appointed Grant R utherford as execut ive cre - ativ e direc tor, re placing Micha el Faudet [who has spent the last three years in Melbou rne an d sixteen years prior at DDB Auckland and DDB Sydney]. Rutherford assumes respons ibil ity for c reative ou tput across al l DDB Group Me lbourne businesses, in cluding DDB, Rapp Ostrom (right) to CD of AdPartners, Sydney - with new AdPartners CEO Geoff Nesbitt Collins, Tribal DDB, DDB Sh op, Mango an d D DB Remedy. He joins from C lemen ger B BDO Melbourne, where he held the role of group creative director. He is one of the most acclaimed creatives, not just in Australia, b ut a lso on t he worl d stage. His work has been ac knowl edged wit h over 100 national and international accolades and includes Carl ton D raug ht’s ‘Big Ad’, one of the most awarde d campaigns in Australian advertising history. JWT New Zealand poached DDB Sydney senior writer Peter Ogden as deputy creative di rector. Says JWT crea tive director Ang us Hennah: “It ’s g reat to h ave s omeon e of Pete’s calibre join our team. His exper ience on the Vol kswag en account in Sydney will no doubt be of huge benefit to the Ford team.” Says Ogden : “The move to JWT NZ gives me the chance to put my experience at play in a more senior role and c ontribute to the bright future that JWT is already heading toward s.” P rior t o hi s time in Sydney, Ogden spent ten years in Lon don wor king at B at es an d BBDO. His work has been recog- nized at D&AD, The One Show, Clio and AWARD. The AWARD executive commit- Ogden - to deputy CD of JWT Auckland CAMPAIGNBRIEF Catmur (left) and Barnes - forming Barnes Catmur & Friends in Auckland PUBLISHED 10 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. PUBLISHERSMICHAEL LYNCH, KIM SHAW EDITORMICHAEL LYNCH. CONSULTANT EDITORHEATHER 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. 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