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CHI&Partners Promotes Micky Tudor to Deputy Executive Creative Director

CHI & Partners, 2 years, 8 months ago

Tudor joined the agency back in 2002 after five years at Lowe

CHI&Partners Promotes Micky Tudor to Deputy Executive Creative Director

Micky Tudor has been promoted to Deputy Executive Creative Director at CHI&Partners.

One of the agency’s first creative hires, Tudor’s career spans 19 years, 12 BTAA Arrows, eight One Show Pencils, six Cannes Lions, two Revolution Gold Awards and a D&AD pencil. During his time at CHI&Partners, Tudor has created award-winning work for The Daily Telegraph, Heineken, Tango, TalkTalk, The Times, The Sunday Times, Drench, Anchor, Lexus and Samsung. 

Some memorable moments from his career include creating Tango’s 2005 spot Bravo, being Creative Director on Lexus’ multi-award-winning ‘Amazing in Motion’ films Steps and Swarm, and leading TalkTalk’s iconic sponsorship of The X Factor over the past three years, as well as the creation of its popular animated brand campaigns Model Village, Date Night and The Mission. Previously at Lowe, Tudor also worked on Reebok’s infamous Belly campaign in 2000.

Working alongside Deputy Executive Creative Director Jim Bolton and reporting into Executive Creative Director Jonathan Burley, Tudor will oversee creative output across all CHI&Partners’ clients, cultivating the agency’s world-class reputation for ambitious, brand-transforming creativity across diverse channels.

Jonathan Burley, Executive Creative Director at CHI&Partners, said: “We are delighted to promote Micky to the role of Deputy Executive Creative Director. Micky is one of our most talented creatives and creative directors, and I feel very lucky to have him by my side. There is not a finer person I can think of to work alongside Jim Bolton and help lead the charge to deliver game-changing creativity for every one of our clients.”

Tudor said: "Now is an exciting time for advertising as a whole and for me personally. Jon and Jim have been responsible for some of the country’s most famous work, so I am extremely proud to have been asked to join them in helping shape the creative future at CHI&Partners."

Tudor joined CHI&Partners in 2002, having previously worked as a creative at Lowe for five years and GGT for one year.

Genre: People