Goodman Joins Chandelier, Campbell Ewald Hires Shoesmith and More

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Zan Goodman
Zan Goodman
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Chandelier, the agency behind Old Navy's campaigns, has appointed Zan Goodman as design director based at its New York office. Goodman will report to Richard Christiansen, founder and co-creative director. Over the past few years, Goodman has worked with the Chandelier team in a freelance capacity across clients including Old Navy, Target, Chandon, Lane Crawford, Roxy and Bergdorf Goodman. Previously, she served as a designer for Condé Nast, working on Teen Vogue. Throughout her career, she has worked on a range of fashion, beauty, and lifestyle brands including Adidas, Anthropologie, Bottega Veneta, Coach, Cole Haan, The Limited, Jean Paul Gaultier, Moda Operandi, Orient Express, and Williams-Sonoma.

Jo Shoesmith
Jo Shoesmith

Campbell Ewald has appointed Jo Shoesmith as executive creative director. Based in Los Angeles, Shoesmith will lead creative efforts for clients including Covered California, Energy Upgrade California and Kaiser Permanente, and will report to Mark Simon, chief creative officer. Prior to joining Campbell Ewald, Shoesmith was a senior VP-creative director at Leo Burnett Chicago and also held positions at Leo Burnett Melbourne and Clemenger BBDO Melbourne. She has worked with brands such as General Motors, Mazda, Allstate, Esurance, Hallmark, Heinz, Nintendo and Black & Decker.

Christopher Kief
Christopher Kief

Christopher Kief has joined 360i as head of technology, reporting to chief creative officer Pierre Lipton. Kief joins 360i from Saatchi & Saatchi New York, where he most recently served as chief technology officer, working with clients such as P&G, General Mills and Walmart. Previously, he oversaw technical strategy and execution for TBWA/ Worldwide. He has also held technology leadership positions at Saatchi & Saatchi L.A. and CP&B in Boulder, and he co-founded Mindflood, a boutique technology firm based in Los Angeles.

Tony Tung
Tony Tung

Digital creative agency Hook has hired Tony Tung as executive creative director. Tung will work on all of the Ann Arbor-based shop's clients including YouTube and Google Search. Tung began his career as a visual designer for Disney and went on to serve in various creative roles at agencies and media companies. From 2009 to 2014, he served as VP-director of interactive production at Crispin Porter & Bogusky. Most recently, he co-founded Cloneless Media, a visual FX and post-production company with a patented platform for creating real-time dynamic video.

John Jones
John Jones

Fjord, the design and innovation consultancy owned by Accenture Interactive, has hired John Jones as senior VP-design strategy. Jones most recently served as senior VP and executive creative director at R/GA. There, he founded R/GA's global retail and digital environments practice and the R/GA LAB, an exploration and workshop space dedicated to consumer insights and new methods of interaction for in-store, mobile, online and branded environments. He joins alongside Fjord's new managing director-national strategic accounts, Steve Weinswig, who also comes from R/GA.

Ross Maupin has joined Hudson Rouge/NY as VP-integrated creative director on the Lincoln Motor Company account. He was most recently a creative director at Code & Theory, working on Maybelline, Essie and Chandon, among other accounts. Prior to that he was creative director at Victoria's Secret, Huge and Arnold Worldwide. He reports to Jon Pearce, exec VP-global CCO.

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