Crispin Porter +Bogusky has hired Cameron Harris as creative director based in its Los Angeles office. He will partner with creative director Robin Fitzgerald working on the agency's Old Navy account. Since joining CP+B, Harris has already worked as co-creative director on 'The Best Tee Ever' infomercial and TV spot featuring Mr. T. Harris joins from Leo Burnett Sydney where he worked on Canon and eBay. Before that, he was with Saatchi & Saatchi Auckland and Clemenger BBDO Melbourne.
Framestore is promoting Jon Collins, founder and president of its New York operation, to the new role of president of integrated advertising (worldwide). The company says the move has been assigned in line with Framestore's changing role, reflecting the shift from supplier to strategic partner, and that Collins will be responsible for sourcing new hires, partnerships and technologies to deliver campaigns more suited to the multiplatform landscape. He will also be responsible for leading communications across all Framestore locations (London, New York and Reykjavik).
Editor Greg Letson has returned to Red Car, where he worked from 2000 to 2005. Letson was at Hooligan for the past year, and at Fluid before that. Recent clients and projects Letson has edited include broadcast campaigns for Campbell's for BBDO, New York City's Montefiore Hospital and Liberty Bank for agency Cronin & Co., Publix Supermarkets for agency 22squared, Subway for McCarthy Mambro Bertino and Clamato for mcgarrybowen. In 2008 he won the AICE Award for outstanding creative editorial in the Public Service category for his work on a PSA for the Library of Congress via the Ad Council.
Creative studio Eyeball has hired John Noble as executive producer/managing director of a new facility in Chicago. Noble has worked on production for The Martin Agency, DDB, BBDO, and Chiat Day, as well as serving on the board of AICP and Midwest Independent Film Fest. He was most recently responsible for setting up Optimus Chicago/Santa Monica's production entity ONE at Optimus. Eyeball, which already has locations in New York and Seattle, is working on projects including a campaign for Amazon Kindle, a new sports network for Univision, and branding for a new AOL initiative.