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TBWA/Chiat/Day, Los Angeles welcomed former Ogilvy, New York ACD Olivier Rabenschlag as creative director on Visa and Gatorade. The agency also named Bill Brooks managing director. ... Saatchi & Saatchi, New York hired Manny Galan as creative director of its Youth Connection division. ... Minneapolis-based agency Colle+McVoy hired Chuck Abrams as a creative director of its b2b subsidiary Mobium. Meanwhile, Derek Till and Anna Giacomini joined Colle+McVoy as senior art director and senior designer, respectively. ... Chicago-based Protein Editorial launched with a rotating cast of editors, designed to serve clients in a relationship based on the production company-director model. Co-founders Ted Lega and Clark Jackson plan on drawing from a pool of editors rather than maintain a semi-static roster. ... Oscar-nominated cinematographer Emmaunel "Chivo" Lubezki signed with bi-coastal/London production company Station Film to direct spots. ... VFX/animation studio Smoke & Mirrors, New York hired Spontaneous alum Wei Louie as 3D generalist. ... New York-based editorial firm Chinagraph signed South African native Peter Mostert to its roster. ... Bi-coastal editorial boutique Beast signed a deal with London-based Speade to represent each other's roster of talent.