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JWT has appointed Christophe Cauvy to the new position of European head of digital & innovation. Cauvy joins JWT from Momentum Worldwide, London, where he was senior vice president & regional director of innovation for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), where his role primarily concentrated on conceiving and then launching new interactive properties, such as mobile or software applications and retail concepts. Prior to this, Cauvy was regional digital director for EMEA at McCann Worldgroup, based in London.

London-based Trunk Animation has signed art directors Sebas and Clim for representation. The duo, Sebastian Baptista and Climent Canal, are originally from Uruguay and Spain and have more than seven years combined experience working in design and motion graphics, both in Barcelona and London. Their creations include work for Pull and Bear and the Guggenheim Museum, and Baptista worked closely with Trunk's Layla Atkinson on a recent film for online gaming company TWLV.

Kaboom Productions has added action and lifestyle director/DP Kent Harvey to its roster. Harvey specializes filming in extreme conditions (for example climbing and filming on Mt. Everest, Mount Vinson, Aconcagua, Elburs, Denali, Kilimanjaro as well as in Antarctica, Asia, and South America). This has included work for client such as Ford, American Express, Eddie Bauer/First Ascent, Victory motorcycles, Arctic Cat, Ski Doo and others. He has also worked on feature films as Limitless, Iron Man, Hancock, Iron Man 2, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Spiderman 3, Cowboys and Aliens, Captain America and the forthcoming 21 Jump Street.

Friend London has signed production studio LEGS for UK representation. LEGS' directors Georgie Greville and Geremy Jasper helmed the most recent global campaign for Evian. Other work includes Target Kaleidoscopic Fashion Spectacular, one of TED's "Ads Worth Spreading", music video for Florence and The Machine that won an MTV award for Best Art Direction in 2010, and recently, a Diet Coke spot through Mother, London.

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