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New York-based kirshenbaum bond + partners announced the appointment of Cheryl Greene to the position of managing partner/director, integrated brand strategies. Greene joins the agency after sixteen years at Deutsch. ... New York-based production company Chelsea welcomed agency creative Neil Tardio, documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney and cinematographer Jonathan Brown to its roster. ... West coast full-service agency david&goliath appointed Arnold and Wieden + Kennedy, Portland alum John Kieselhorst as design director. ... Firstborn appointed Alec Cove to the post of director of technology. ... Global agency Great Works is opening an office in Tokyo, with former TYO ID exec Jun Inoue joining as CEO. ... New York-based Sound Lounge Music & Sound Design hired executive producer Marcus Smith, who was formerly the co-founder of hometown music company Siblings. .... Editorial firm Final Cut, Los Angeles announced the addition of Oscar Award-winning editor Joe Hutshing to its roster. The company has also promoted Graham Turner to editor. ... Music video/commercial director Jake Nava joined London's Therapy Films for U.K. spot representation. ... Bi-coastal spot company The Joneses added Emmy Award-winning director Rachel Harms to its roster for exclusive U.S. commercial representation. ... New York creative services agency Blue Room added Mark Mutschler as executive producer. ... Former award-winning Whitehouse editor Angelo Valencia joined the Santa Monica office of FilmCore. ... Post production company Absolute opened up a motion graphics department in its London headquarters, with ex-MPC creative Ric Comline set to head up the new department.