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TBWA/Chiat/Day, L.A. Names Rob Schwartz Chief Creative Officer

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TBWA/Chiat/Day, Los Angeles announced today that Rob Schwartz, who started with the agency in 1998, will be its newest chief creative officer. Schwartz' most recent work includes the Pepsi "refresheverything" campaign, Nissan's global SHIFT work, and the "More People Go with Visa" campaign.

Rob Schwartz
Rob Schwartz

In addition to Schwartz' move, the agency has named Al Kelly, formerly of Fallon, Minneapolis as co-executive creative director to work with Patrick O'Neill, and primarily with Pepsi.

Al Kelly
Al Kelly
The new hires didn't stop there, as the agency also added four new faces to its digital side, bringing in creative director Jason Nichols, formerly of RGA, associate creative directors Mike Kohlbecker and Alexandra Sann, formerly of Crispin Porter + Bogusky and Deutsch, respectively, and art director Dustin Artz, formerly of Team One.
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