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LeSieur Moves To Saatchi NY, New Hires At BBH And More

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Saatchi & Saatchi New York has appointed Tanya LeSieur to the new role of chief production officer. LeSieur joined the Los Angeles office of Saatchi & Saatchi in 2009 as director of integrated production. Over the past four years, she created the integrated production model for the Los Angeles office and built its digital, content and production teams. She has also been a contributor to the New Directors' Showcase in Cannes, and consults on digital initiatives and IT and workflow for the Saatchi and Publicis networks worldwide. A former executive producer at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners for ten years, she has overseen integrated teams for brand and retail work on multiple clients including Comcast, Netflix, Hewlett-Packard, Nintendo Wii, TiVo, SBC, Saturn, Budweiser and agency new business.

BBH London has hired Sam Oliver and Shish Patel as creative directors. They join from Wieden & Kennedy London, where they have spent the past year working on Tesco. Before that, they worked at Fallon as creative partners on the Cadbury account. The pair have also worked at DDB and Ogilvy.

Crispin Porter + Bogusky interactive design director Chean Wei Law is moving to new San Francisco-based ad agency Argonaut as creative director. At CP+B, Chean Wei Law led the design department for brands like Old Navy, Domino's Pizza, Coke Zero Kraft's Mac and Cheese and Jell-O. His work includes Jell-O Mood Meter and Kraft's digital Dinner Not Art mural and his work has won more than 20 international awards, such as Cannes Lions and One Show. His career has also included spells as art director at Wieden + Kennedy and JWT.

Cramer-Krasselt has appointed two new vice presidents to its Chicago headquarters office. Sean Donohue, 38, joins the agency as vice president, digital creative director. Most recently, Donohue was the vice president, creative director at Threadless, building and managing a team of writers, photographers, videographers, UX and visual designers. Before that, Donohue served as vice president, interactive creative director at Energy BBDO, and as art and design directors at such agencies as Razorfish, Huge, Arc Worldwide and Goodby, Silverstein & Partners. Donohue will report to SVP/ executive creative director Derek Green. Scott McBurnie, 51, joins the agency as vice president, executive producer. Most recently he was executive producer and director of production for Saatchi & Saatchi/Switzerland, leading both the Geneva and Zurich production teams. Before that, he served as the regional head of broadcast for Ogilvy & Mather/Singapore and Saatchi & Saatchi/Sydney.

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