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Independent agency Cramer-Krasselt welcomed Chris Jacobs as the new executive creative director of its Milwaukee office. Jacobs joins C-K from the Martin Agency, where he served as senior vice president and creative director on clients including UPS, Wal-Mart, BFGoodrich Tires, Olympus and NASCAR. ... Interactive agency Digitas named former Tribal DDB executive creative director Heath Rudduck its new ECD at its Boston headquarters. ... Global production company @Radical.media welcomed Nick Turpin and Cheng Joo to the roster of its photography division. Turpin is a London-based photog and founder of the international street photography group, iN-PUBLIC, while Joo relocates to New York after working in Singapore. ... West coast production studio Motion Theory hired Angie Jones as animation supervisor, where she will oversee both the 2D and 3D departments. Jones' portfolio includes work on recent films including Pan's Labyrinth and National Treasure: Book of Secrets. ... New York-based creative design boutique Element added Kayla Graffam as senior producer. Graffam served as both writer and producer on a wide variety of broadcast projects for such networks as Versus, IFC, Bravo, Voom HD and Sundance Channel.