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Gyro has hired Jurgen Muller-Nedebock as the creative director for its Munich office. Prior to joining gyro, Muller-Nedebock was senior creative director at Action Impact GCC in Dubai. He led all of the creative agency's output for such clients as Al Rajhi Bank, American Express, DHL, Land Rover and Volvo. Before moving to Dubai in 2008, he was a founder and creative director of Oh Agency, Amsterdam (a division of Leo Burnett.) Clients included Adidas, Heineken, Motorola and Volvo. Prior to that, he served as a creative director at Leo Burnett from 1997 to 2004, overseeing creative for clients ranging from BMW to Diageo to Reebok. He began his career at Hunt Lascaris TBWA South Africa. He has won awards including Cannes Lions for "20 Lives" for Nokia as well as Eurobest honors for Volvo, Nokia, Heinz and Reebok, and a gold Effie for the Johnnie Walker "Black Label Lounge."
JWT Canada has appointed Brent Choi as chief creative and integration officer, a new position for the agency. He was previously chief creative officer at Cundari, having joined there in 2009 and worked on clients including SickKids Pain Squad and BMW. He has also held positions at Saatchi & Saatchi, Lowe Roche and Publicis.
Sibling Rivalry Studio has signed director Steve Fuller to its roster. He won an Emmy for the main title sequence to AMC's Mad Men, as well has shot the title sequence for Nurse Jackie, and The Pacific. Recently, Fuller completed several spots for McDonald's out of DDB, Chicago.