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Integrated agency The Gate Worldwide hired former Ogilvy senior art director Paul Coyle as an ACD, ex-Saatchi & Saatchi and Toy freelancer Andrew Chmielewski as a junior copywriter and Shaun Williams as a junior art director for its New York office. ... Carol Lynn "CL" Weaver was promoted to executive producer of overall operations of Santa Monica-based editorial firm Rock Paper Scissors. Additionally, the company added veteran commercial and music video editor Damion Clayton to its roster, while also promoting David Brodie and Terence "Biff" Butler to editors. ... Ex-Saatchi, New York creative director-turned-commercial director Mike Long signed with French-based production company Wanda for exclusive representation in Europe. Wanda also signed music video director Martin de Thurah for representation in the French market. ... New York-based editorial firm Chemistry hired The Well and Red Car alum Beth Cramer. ... West coast VFX house New Deal Studios expanded its digital effects division into a full-service VFX studio. The expanded division now offers the expertise of digital effects supervisor Robert Chapin as well as a pool of several other senior artists. ... New York-based design/animation studio Click 3X launched Haunt, a division that specializes in cutting-edge motion design for music videos, virals, and installations. ... New media agency Purple Crayons Interactive opened its new headquarters office in Denver.