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Marc Lucas out as Chief Creative Officer at KBSP

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Just six months after former Razorfish creative Marc Lucas was named chief creative officer of MDC Partners-owned Kirshenbaum Bond Senecal Partners, he is being shifted out of the agency and into a holding company position.

The New York-based shop is replacing Lucas—who is said to have butted heads culturally with certain creatives there—with a co-creative team of Izzy Debellis, executive creative director, and Edward Brojerdi, chief creative technologist.

Debellis joined Kirshenbaum a couple of years ago after a stint at Berlin Cameron & Partners, while Brojerdi joined recently from McCann and on the heels of starting SPLIT, a creative-technology organization within Interpublic Group of Cos.

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