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JWT/New York added Kash Sree, formerly of BBH/New York, and Andrew Clarke, formerly of Carmichael Lynch, as executive creative directors. ... Australian director Jon Gwyther, represented by Filmgraphics in Sydney, Australia, signed with Fools and Horses for U.S. representation. ... Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam added art director Gwen Yip, copywriter Hemant Jain and art director Jorge Calleja. ... Joe Blow Films signed director J.B. Rogers. ... OLSON added writer Noah Will, formerly of Wongdoody/Seattle, to its creative department. ... Anonymous Content announced the addition of executive producer Danielle Peretz and director of new business development Cody Allen to their Integrated division. ... Y&R Chicago announced the hiring of Ken Erke, formerly of Cramer-Krasselt, for the newly created position of executive creative director. ... Radium hired editors Inome Callahan, formerly of Mad River Post, and Lee Gardner, formerly of Western Images. ... Natira McDermott has been named director of communications for Lowe New York. ... Grupo Gallegos of Long Beach, CA named Curro Chozas its newest associate creative director. ... Animal Logic named Jackie O'Sullivan as head of development/executive producer. ... Director Howard Greenhalgh left Believe Media to join Home Corp for commercials representation in the U.S. ... EMAP announced Terry Savage, currently executive chairman of the International Advertising Festival, will be Chairman of the IAF, the holding company for Cannes Lions, Eurobest and the new Dubai Lynx Advertising Festival. ... Steve Johnson launched Socket Films, a new commercial production company based in New York, Santa Monica and Dallas with a directorial roster including Buddy Cone, Bobby Sheehan, Alexander von David, Michael Grasso and Shaun Conrad. ... Brickyard VFX added producer Cara Farnsworth and production coordinator Amy Appleton to its team. ... George Drakoulias joined Search Party as music supervisor.
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