JWT NY Hires Bonn As Digital ECD, Fujimoto Returns To Wongdoody And More

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JWT New York has hired Frederic Bonn as executive creative director charged with overseeing digital creative. Bonn joins JWT from Razorfish New York where he was ECD. There, he helped double the size of the creative department and oversaw creative across clients including Mercedes-Benz, Citibank, UNIQLO, Ford, Smart Car and Morgan Stanley. His work included the world's first tweet race for Mercedes-Benz and the first graphic novel written by and starring its readers for Axe Anarchy. Prior to Razorfish, Bonn led the creative department of Ogilvy Interactive in Paris, managing global campaigns and digital strategy for clients including Louis Vuitton, Hennessy, Mattel, Cisco and American Express.

Wongdoody has hired Pam Fujimoto as executive creative director. Based in the Los Angeles office, Fujimoto joins the agency from Creature in Seattle where she served as creative director. The move marks Fujimoto's return to Wongdoody, where she got her start in advertising as an art director in 1999 and spent six years. At Creature, she oversaw creative efforts for Truvia Natural Sweetener and Dickies Work Wear. Prior to Creature, she worked at TBWA Chiat/Day in New York where she launched the "In An Absolut World" campaign for Absolut Vodka, and also worked with clients such as Sprint, Skittles, Starburst and Snickers.

Tribal Worldwide's New York Office has promoted Josh McGuire and Hunter Simms to creative directors. McGuire and Simms have been associate creative directors at Tribal since 2012 and 2013, respectively. In their new roles, they will be responsible for leadership on clients including Quaker, Hiscox, and The Lunchbox Fund. Most recently, McGuire and Simms were instrumental in launching Hiscox USA's "Reactor" campaign, which takes LinkedIn users through a virtual Rube Goldberg machine personalized to their industry and personal experiences.

Ogilvy Paris has hired Riccardo Fregoso and Julien Chiapolini from BeingTBWA to work as a senior creative team. The duo first collaborated at TBWA MAP, where they worked together producing ads for BMW, Mini and Pain Without Borders. At BeingTBWA they worked on brands including Absolut, McDonald's and Infiniti. The two also created a film for Come4.org, a non-profit porn website that supports associations fighting for sexual rights, which was recognized twith two Cannes Lions and Eurobest's Grand Prix.

Mother London has appointed Chris Gallery and Katie Mackay as joint heads of strategy.The duo are promoted from lead strategists on IKEA and Stella Artois. Mackay has been at Mother for six years, working across Boots, Match.com, Beck's, IKEA and Smirnoff. She worked on Mother's recent feminism initiatives - Project Bush and Make Them Pay, and also took part in the agency's No Internet Week. Gallery joined Mother from McCann in 2009, and has won an Effie Grand Prix for his work on Xbox.

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