People News From Wieden & Kennedy, Pereira & O'Dell & More
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Wieden & Kennedy New York added Erik Norin (left) and Jeremy Daly as interactive creative director and director of digital strategy, respectively. Norin, who will begin at the shop this week, will be responsible for developing and integrating the agency's interactive creative work, while Daly will start in January and oversee digital strategy. Both are new positions. Norin comes from R/GA New York, where he was creative director. Prior to that, he was at Swedish shop FarFar, creating work for brands like Adidas, Heineken, Red Bull and Nokia. Daly was previously at Euro RSCG, where he led digital planning for brands like Volvo, NYSE and Dos Equis. He has also worked at Agency.com, Ogilvy Toronto and New York.
Pereira & O'Dell added two associate creative directors to its San Francisco team. The AD/CW duo, Rafael Rizuto (right) and Eduardo Marquez, are the creatives behind work like Coca-Cola's Happiness Refill and Hellmann's Recipe Receipt. Between them, they won seven lions at Cannes 2012. Both join from Ogilvy Brazil.
DraftFCB Orange County's new CCO, Eric Springer, has appointed Michael Bryce as ECD. In his new role, Bryce will help Springer steer the Taco Bell account at the shop, and also help him out with Draft's new satellite office in Los Angeles. Bryce was previously at Deutsch L.A., where he worked with Springer on Volkswagen. He also worked as CD at 72andSunny, on the Samsung Galaxy campaign as well as on Activision.
Trailer Park/Goodness mfg. made a few staff changes, adding D'nae Kingsley-Cronan as VP Integrated Planning, and promoting Steve Boelhouwer (L) to head of technology and Brad Burris (R) to creative director. Kingsley-Cronan will be responsible for brand and entertainment strategy throughout the agency. She joined from GolinHarris, and has previously worked at TBWA/Chiat/Day. Boelhower will oversee technical initiatives in his new role, while Burris, who was most recently associate creative director, will concept, develop and lead visual communications strategies for the shop's entertainment and brand clients.
BBH London promoted David Kolbusz, the creative director responsible for stellar work like "Three Little Pigs" for The Guardian, among others, to deputy ECD. Kolbusz will share the role with current deputy Rosie Arnold, and will focus on talent development and creative output at the agency. Kolbusz has been with BBH since 2010, when he joined from Goodby.