The team of Luc Schurgers (pictured) and Dan Lewis has a platform-spanning oeuvre that includes commercials for Levis, Nissan and Ray-Ban and a recent CG/live action campaign for a new Star Wars Game. On the digital side, the team created the award-winning voice-responsive channel idents for S4C as well as the recent Music Visualizer, a virtual gallery that sculpts digital art in concert with music and web-cam fed gestures. The team also runs the Vegas Gallery in the U.K.
Former BBH/N.Y. art director Amy Servidea has joined 180 L.A. Servidea joined BBH in 2006 and worked on projects for NYC & Co, Miller Lite, and Axe, including the latter's "Let the Game Continue" interactive film. Prior to BBH she worked at Leo Burnett for four yearsk on clients like McDonald's, Kellogg's, Lakland Bass Guitars and on a Gold Lion-winning project for Beinggirl.com.
Anthony Falco, former CHI and Partners Head of TV and Digital Production, has joined MPC to lead the company's strategy and new business development in the digital arena. At CHI and Partners, Falco had also previously led teh company's post production outfit, Carbon. His major projects include spots like Reebok "Belly," Tango's "Barrell," the Kylie Minogue-starring spot for Agent Provocateur and Tango's Sony "Balls" spoof.
Laurie Schuster has joined Doremus as head of digital strategy. Most recently she served as director, digital strategies and (RED), New York and before that served in senior positions at Atmosphere BBDO and Digitas. Her client creds include FedEx, GE, IBM, Amex and Kraft.
Director Linzi Knight has joined the roster of The Corner Store for Canadian representation. The Toronto-based Knight started out as an Olympic gymnast before moving on to graphic design, working for a decade at Europe-based design studios. She went on to motion graphics and was one of the co-founders of Toronto-based animation studio Redrover, with partner Andy Knight. The director has shot more than 100 spots over the past ten years, for clients like Colgate, Office Depot, Evian and McDonald's. She has also shot for fiilm and TV, including Comedy Network's "The Worst Day of My Life" and "Death by Scrabble," a film adaptation of the Charlie Fish short story.