Creative Moves at Havas, 180 Amsterdam and Edelman Deportivo

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Kate McCagg and L.P. Tremblay
Kate McCagg and L.P. Tremblay Credit: Courtesy of Havas New York
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Kate McCagg and L.P. Tremblay were named executive creative directors at Havas New York.

McCagg joined the firm in 2014. Prior to that, she was a creative director at Razorfish who worked on Microsoft, American Express, Nike, Levi's, Intel, Breville Appliances and Shutterfly.

Tremblay began his career at Sid Lee in Montreal, moving on to agencies including AKQA in San Francisco, Wieden+Kennedy London, DDB Toronto and BBDO New York. He created campaigns including "Too Close to Home" for AT&T, and the "Our Food, Your Questions" effort for McDonald's and also worked on Diageo, Visa, Nokia, Unilever, Bose, Coca-Cola, Red Bull and Johnson & Johnson.

Martin John Adolfsson
Martin John Adolfsson Credit: Courtesy of Edelman Deportivo

Edelman Deportivo in Stockholm has hired Senior BBH London Creative Martin Jon Adolfsson as its new creative director. At BBH, he was behind Samsung Bedtime VR Stories. Previous to BBH Adolfsson worked for Anomaly, TBWA and CP&B. At TBWA he was innovation director for two years. At CP+B Adolfsson was behind campaigns such as Diesel's "Days To Live."

Hannah Smit and Tony Barolucci
Hannah Smit and Tony Barolucci Credit: Courtesy of 180 Amsterdam

Hannah Smit and Tony Bartolucci have both been promoted to serve as creative directors at 180 Amsterdam, forming a new creative partnership to lead the Benetton and ASICS accounts.

Bartolucci joined 180 Amsterdam in 2013 has worked on campains for Asics and PlayStation. Prior to moving across the Atlantic, he worked as an associate creative director at DDB, where he worked on the New York Lottery.

Smit's promotion comes just nine months after joining 180 Amsterdam. Smit previously worked as an associate creative director at John St. in Toronto on brands including President's Choice, ING Bank, Shoppers Drug Mart and Winner.

Giant Spoon has hired Social Strategist Sammi Han and Senior Strategist David Jacobsen.

Han previously served at Com2us, handling the social media and community management for Summoners War, and in the gaming industry.

Jacobsen was previously a senior account executive and producer at Grey Group. There, he worked on the National Park Service's two-year "Find Your Park" campaign and HSBC Trade and Canon. Prior to that, he was a producer at LeadDog Marketing Group.

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