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Karmarama Makes Raft of Creative Hirings

staging.lbbonline.com, 2 years, 7 months ago

New creative director and two creative teams join

Karmarama Makes Raft of Creative Hirings

Karmarama has boosted its creative department with a series of appointments to bolster its integrated offering.

The agency has hired a new creative director and two creative teams to ensure the delivery of best-in-class creative across the entire customer journey.

Jo Jenkins, formerly a Creative Partner at Proximity BBDO, joins to help creative direct the CRM output of the agency. She previously ran the Volkswagen, John Lewis and Procter & Gamble creative output whilst at Proximity, winning numerous awards along the way, including Campaign, D&AD and DMAs. She currently sits on the D&AD Direct Jury.

Pete Ioulianou and Ollie Agius join from Iris, where they were the lead creative team on the Adidas account. They produced integrated campaigns across TV, print, online and experiential, including the Messi ‘All in or nothing’ campaign for the 2014 World Cup. Prior to Iris, the team worked at ais London on O2, EDF, ŠKODA and Sony PlayStation. They also launched One Direction’s debut album with the heavily awarded ‘Save The 1Day’ campaign.

Vicki Murfitt and Paul Crump, join from Engine, where they created campaigns for clients including Santander, BMW, Heck Sausages and the Payments Council. Last year, they launched the Metropolitan Phantom for Rolls-Royce with an integrated creative campaign.

Caitlin Ryan, Group Executive Creative Director at Karmarama, said: “We are one of the few genuinely media-neutral, integrated ad agencies - for that to work, you need best-in-class, highly talented creatives across the disciplines who are brilliant at collaborating. Easy to say - harder to do. Which is why Karmarama is attracting such top level talent from many different places.”