Wieden + Kennedy London announced a number of senior level talents to its creative department. Andy Cameron (pictured) comes on board as interactive creative director, after serving for eight years as CD at Fabrica. The agency also welcomes Rob Doubal and Lolly Thomson, former creative directors at Mother who have worked on the Coca-Cola "yeah yeah yeah la la la" campaign, the "London Ink" installation for The Discovery Channel, and campaigns for Orange and Powerade.
Former WCRS creatives Oli Beale and Alex Holder also come on board, after having worked on clients like Brylcreem, BMW, Samaritans and The Navy. Multiplatform talent Duncan Bone also joins. Bone's skills span interactive design, motion graphics, photography and film. Interaction designer and creative technologist Paul Skinner comes on board from Digit, where he worked on clients like Marks & Spencer, Shell and the Eden Project. Scott Dungate comes on board fulltime after freelancing on Nokia, for which he now heads up creative. He had previously worked out of the agency's China office, where he worked on Nike.
Saatchi & Saatchi, N.Y. today released its official announcement that Con Williamson, former CCO at Euro RSCG N.Y. will be joining the agency as Chief Creative Officer, filling the role vacated by Gerry Graf last week. Prior to Euro, Williamson had served at Fallon, JWT and his own shop Lodge212, working on clients like Dos Equis, Heineken, Jaguar, Kraft and others. Before his agency career, Williamson was a paratrooper and communications specialist for the U.S. Army.
Jim Hord has joined JWT N.Y. as ECD on Microsoft. He moves from R/GA, where he was a CD on Nike and worked on projects like Nike+, Nikewomen, NikeID and others. Prior to R/GA Hord worked at Y&R, Lowe and DDB. He started at DDB Dallas and at 25 became the youngest copywriter in the agency's U.S. network to become a CD.
Editor Gordon Carey, best known for his comedy-dialogue work on spots like ESPN's "The Kid" and EDS "Cat Herders," has joined the roster of Butcher. He previously worked at Filmcore and Beast.
Peterson Milla Hooks vets Michael Sharp and Amy Demas (pictured) have launched a new L.A. agency, Standard Time. Partner/CEO Sharp and Partner/CCO Demas first worked together at PMH on Target.