JWT New York has appointed Emmanuel
Lalleve and Florent Imbert of Paris-based
Marcel as executive creative directors. The duo, whose work
Odyssey spot, will start at the agency in August.
Lalleve and Imbert served as ECDs at Marcel, and were also responsible for campaigns for brands including Oasis, Renault, Orange, BNP, Tefal, Kraft, Heineken, Garnier, Google and Ubisoft. The pair have won awards including Cannes Lions, D&AD, One Show, Clio Awards, ANDY Awards, London International Awards, Eurobest, Cresta and Epica Awards, among others.
Johannes Leonardo has appointed Patrick Glorieux as copywriter and Cecilia Azcarate Isturiz as art director based in the agency’s New York office. They report to Johannes Leonardo’s co-founders and executive creative directors Jan Jacobs and Leo Premutico. The duo previously worked at Happiness Brussels, where Glorieux was a concept provider and copywriter, and Isturiz was the head of art. Last year, their work for Toyota’s “iQ Street View” was awarded five Cannes Lions and won a Grand Prix in Interactive at Eurobest 2012.
New York based Silver + Partners has hired Ashley Davis Marshall (left)and Jaclyn Rink Crowley (below) as creative directors. The pair join from BBDO NY where they spent three years working together on the HBO, AT&T and Foot Locker accounts and two years prior working together as a copywriter / art director team at Saatchi NY. Marshall's work includes campaigns for brands like Skittles, Starburst and Tide. Crowley has worked on the "Got Milk" campaign at Bozell, as well as on brands like Miller High Life, Stella Artois, XM Radio, Cheerios and Yoplait.
Entertainment branding agency Loyalkaspar has appointed Anna Minkkinen as creative director. Minkkinen comes to loyalkaspar after seven years at design studio Trollback + Company. An Emmy-nominated creative director, she has worked on campaigns for such clients as Nickelodeon, TNT, TVLand, Sesame Street, P&G, Calvin Klein, Sundance Channel and MetLife. She has designed for venues ranging from experiential installations, giant stadium displays and museums to commercials, broadcast networks and feature films.