MOVERS: People news from W+K Amsterdam, David & Goliath

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Wieden + Kennedy, Amsterdam has boosted its creative team with seven new hires, including Rosie Bardales who joins as creative director. Bardales joins from Bartle Bogle Hegarty London, where she was creative director. Her award-winning career has included the resurrection of 'Al & Monkey' for PG Tips, and a Fox Sports campaign for Cliff Freeman & Partners which won a Grand Prix at Cannes in 2001.



Creative team Selena MacKenzie and Toby Moore join from Fallon, London. There, they worked on brands including the BBC, Tate and French Connection. Prior to that, they were at Publicis Mojo Melbourne working on Nike.



Another creative team, Mike Bond and Bern Hunter, are native South Africans who most recently worked at Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO in London, on brands including Guinness. Their resumes also include spells at Publicis, TBWA/Paris and Mother, New York.



Dan Maxwell and Ivan Cash join the team from Venables Bell & Partners in San Francisco, where they were part of the team that created Deprofiler.com, a website that highlighted unjust legislation targeting immigrants.





David & Goliath has added three new creative positions to its Los Angeles office, on the strength of new business wins including California Lottery, Carl's Jr. and Hardee's. JC Abbruzzi and Tim Delger join from GSD&M as a senior team, working as senior copywriter and senior art director respectievly on the Kia Motors business and reporting to executive creative director Colin Jeffery. Abbruzzi, 31, was most recently senior copywriter at GSD&M, working on brands including BMW, Goodyear and the Airforce.




Delger, 29, most recently worked as a senior art director for GSD&M on brands including BMW, Goodyear, Southwest Airlines and Yellowpages.com. Prior to joining GSD&M, he was art director for Publicis Mid-America.






Mark Habke, 28, joins as a digital copywriter, reporting to digital creative director Bill Roden and responsible for writing copy for non-traditional media.. Habke previously spent three years as a copywriter for Nail Communications.
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