Lincoln Bjorkman has joined Wunderman as global chief creative officer. He was previousy chief creative officer, North America, for Digitas where he ran its American Express account. He was at Wunderman earlier in his career, serving as group creative director from 1997-99, before working as creative director and principal of Brand Buzz. Bjorkman is only the second global creative director in Wunderman's history. London's Steve Harrison first served in the role from 2006-2007.
Amy Garrett has joined Droga5 Europe as head of project nanagement, following six years as lead mother at Mother London, where she was responsible for the overall delivery of campaigns and development of client business. Garrett has worked with brands including Unilever, Boots, InBev, Comic Relief and Mondelez International and led campaigns such as Boots' "Here Come the Girls", PG Tip' "Monkey and Al" and Beck's Sapphire's "Serenade" SuperBowl spot.
Three creatives from Bailey Lauerman (this year's Ad Age's Small Agency of the Year) have left to set up new agency Agent in Nebraska. Raleigh Drennon, former executive creative director, Bailey Lauerman, James Strange, former design director, Bailey Lauerman and John Hayden, former senior art director, Bailey Lauerman have teamed up with Monte Olson, former CEO, Thought District, to launch the agency in Lincoln. Their former clients have included Disney, AMC Theatres, Miller Brewing, Red Lobster, AllState and Payless Shoes. Agent's first new client campaigns will launch in December.