People News From EuroRSCG Chicago, B-Reel and More

Published on .

EuroRSCG Chicago named DeVito/Verdi's Tyler DeAngelo executive creative director. At DeVito/Verdi, DeAngelo was the integrated creative director, managing all the creatives that worked in the digital and integrated media areas. Before that, he was a partner and creative director at Modern Publicity, a boutique digital production company, and he has also had a stint at Grey Worldwide, where he developed campaigns for clients including Tanqueray, Kmart and Captain Morgan. DeAngelo is also an instructor at New York's Miami Ad School. Most recently, he worked on the Fifth Avenue Frogger, a data driven game that synced the cars on the screen with those driving down New York streets, in real time.



B-Reel Products, the production company's R&D group, has appointed Clemens Brandt as an executive producer in New York. Brandt comes from BBDO New York, where he was an executive producer, overseeing interactive work on the AT&T account. Brandt also worked at Wieden & Kennedy London for three years before going to BBDO, ending his tenure there as senior producer.



B-Reel also appointed Jeff Levine as creative director in the Los Angeles office. Levine comes from The Famous Group, where he was a creative director and worked for campaigns for AT&T and Honda. Prior to that, he oversaw creative development of digital at Tool of North America, and he also founded production company Fake-Up, which he closed in 2010.



Tribal DDB New York has also made two additions to its team. Marisa Shockley comes on board as Director of Global Engagement Strategy, moving from AT&T, where she was associate director of media innovation and led integrated brand strategies for the company. She launched some of the company's "firsts," including its first text messaging campaign, its first integrated partnership and mobile app with MySpace and the first user generated video and ringtone content for Cingular.



The agency also welcomes Katie Degentesh as a creative director. The former copywriter moves from Moxie, where she worked on campaigns for clients such as L'Oreal, Maybelline, Garnier and BBC America. She also worked as a brand consultant focusing on digital, mainly for fashion brands like Aldo Shoes. She worked client-side as well, for Victoria's Secret and Chanel.
In this article:
Most Popular