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BBH New York has added to its creative team with two new hires. Jesse Juriga (left) joins as associate creative director on the Google team. He comes to BBH after four years at Droga5 NYC working on projects including The Puma Index, Rhapsody's Jay-z Fans Get it Spot and The Tap Project. Nate Able also joins as associate creative director. Part of the team that originally launched the XBox 360, his previous role was as associate creative director at agencytwofifteen (formerly T.A.G.) working on XBox as well as Nescafe Mexico. He began his career at McCann Worldgroup in San Francisco.

Brent Harris has joined Skunk & Stink worldwide as director, with the exclusion of Paris (Premiere Heure) and South Africa (Egg). South African-born Harris was previously with Rabbit and has shot commercials for brands including Nike, Nintendo, Mercedes, VW, Virgin Atlantic, Axe and BMW, winning three Cannes Lions in 2007. Recent work includes Nokia (W&K Amsterdam) and most recently Sony PSP (Deutsch LA), through Skunk.

Post production studio NO6 has signed Lawrence Young to its editing roster. Young's award-winning projects include Skittles Hourglass, Nike Family and the Super Bowl spot Baby Trading for eTrade. Young spent most of the last decade with Cosmo Street, where he worked with NO6 founders Chan Hatcher and Jason Macdonald.

Glendon Scott has helped to found 1010 Collective, a digital / content agency in Las Vegas. As creative /content director, Scott will lead creative and also develop and direct video content for accounts including Venetian/Palazzo Casino, Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada and the Vegas Uncork'd Food and Wine Festival. He joins from Barkley, where he was associate creative director working on Sonic Drive-Ins, 24 Hour Fitness and Helzberg Diamonds.

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