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BBH New York has appointed Larry Corwin as creative director. He joins the team working on Google in a newly created position reporting to chief creative officer John Patroulis. Most recently, Corwin served as senior vice president and integrated group creative director at BBDO New York, working on brands such as FedEx, Snickers and Twix. Prior to joining BBDO New York, he was associate creative director and writer at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners in San Francisco, where he created integrated campaigns for clients including Sprint, GE, Rolling Rock and Cheetos. Corwin previously worked at Crispin Porter + Bogusky in Miami, working on MINI, Burger King and Young Guns. Corwin has received awards and recognitions for his work including the Grand Prix at Cannes and FITC. His work has been featured in media such as NBC, CBS Nightly News, Time and Popular Science. His work for Rolling Rock was highlighted in the New York Times Magazine 'Year in Ideas' issue and he has had work exhibited at the Art Basel show in Miami.





CP+B has promoted a number of executives from across all six offices to the role of executive vice president. In addition to their current responsibilities, the EVPs will also comprise a new Global Leadership Group and will work together with the partners on strategic growth initiatives and global direction. The new EVPs include: Tony Calcao, EVP/executive creative director, Mason Reed, EVP/group accountdirector, Danielle Whalen, EVP/group account director, Carter Nance, EVP/group account director, Ivan Perez-Armendariz, EVP/director of interactive production, Katie Kempner, EVP/executive director of global communications, Carl St. Philip, EVP/chief financial officer, Matt Walsh, EVP/executive experience director, Neil Riddell, EVP/executive director of product innovation, Wojtek Szumowski, EVP/group director of cultural and business insights, Suzanne Powers, EVP/global strategy officer, Darin Brown, EVP/president of CP+B Europe, Subtej Nijjar, EVP/president of CP+B Canada, Gustav Martner, EVP/executive creative director and partner, Sweden, Jonas Hedeback, EVP/CEO and partner, Sweden, and Sara Gennett, EVP/director of production services.


Uber Content has signed Lucia Aniello, the director behind viral spot 'Dollar Shave Club' and co-creator of the web-series Real Housewives of South Boston, for commercial representation in the US. In her latest commercial work, Aniello directed a spot for Bacardi through Blast Radius. She also co-wrote and directed a series of digital shorts for the Primetime Emmy Awards, as well as a collaborating on a spot for Audi starring Olivia Munn. Aniello directed The Paul Downs Syndrome, which was honored as 'Best of NY Sketch' in the New York Comedy Festival, a TONYs 'Critic's Pick' and featured in the 2011 Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal.





MassMarket has hired Fabien Coupez as senior flame artist and VFX supervisor. Coupez has over 14 years of experience in the visual effects realm working with companies such as MacGuff Ligne, Wizz, Premiere Heure, Digital District and Film Delux. He has worked with directors such as Bruno Aveillan, H5, Pleix, Stylewar, Harold Einstein and filmmaker Jan Kounen, with whom he worked on the film 99 Francs as well as a Peugeot-407 spot. His clients have ranged from fashion (Prada by Jean-Paul Goude, L'Oreal by No Brain) to cars (Audi by Sebastien Chantrel, BMW by Nico Beyer) to large brands (France Telecom by Daniel Askill, Lipton by Mike Maguire).





Chicago production and post house Radar Studios has added senior post producer Blake Nickle to its roster. For the past three years, Nickle produced various projects for Los Angeles company Rhythm & Hues, working on VFX for films like Moneyball, Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, and the upcoming Life of Pi, directed by Ang Lee.








Tammy Skuraton has joined Mullen as VP, creative manager overseeing recruitment, talent development and resource allocation in the creative department of the Boston-based agency. She joins from Draftfcb in NYC, where she was VP, creative resource manager. Her previous agency experience includes creative department operations posts with Ogilvy & Mather, HHCC NY, DiMassimo and Cliff Freeman.





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