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Noah Clark has joined Victors & Spoils' Boulder, Co. office as creative director. Mr. Clark has already served as creative director on the agency's first two works for Dish Network and Virgin America. Prior to moving to Colorado, Clark spent nearly seven years at Ground Zero in LA, where he balanced work between Ground Zero's ESPN and California Anti-Smoking accounts, among others. After Ground Zero, Noah spent some time at Crispin Porter & Bogusky creating campaigns for Best Buy, Domino's, VW and Activision.
Danny J. Boyle has joined Radar as one of its L.A.-based directors. Boyle is best known for his live action work along with children's commercial spots, often collaborating with clients such as McDonaldʼs, IHOP and Nesquik. More recently, he has directed episodes of sketch comedy series for Fox Television, Disney Channel and Comedy Central.
Integrated production company Pulse announced the signing of Hannah Springham, director Pulse's TV series Pineapple Dance Studios, to its roster, as well as the appointment of Candice Chubb as executive producer on the advertising team. Chubb will be responsible for developing Pulse's existing directors and signing new talent. She joins Pulse from The Sweet Shop London, she was MD. Previously, she worked at 2am Films, where she signed and worked with directors including Michael Winterbottom, Damien O'Donnell and Harmony Korine. Her career began at Tomboy Productions, where she line-produced and worked with a range of directors ? such as Kirk Jones, Theo Delaney and Stephen Frears ? as well as working on Mike Basset England Manager with Ricky Tomlinson.
Euro RSCG London has promoted Rebecca Moody to head of planning. Moody has been at the agency for three years and has worked across a range of its accounts, including leading planning on the global Dulux pitch, in which Euro RSCG won the business in a four way pitch against AMV BBDO, BBH and DDB. Prior to Euro, Moody was at AMV BBDO, where she worked on the BBC, Yellow Pages, Pepsico and Sainsbury's Jamie Oliver campaign, winning IPA Silver for "Jamie: A Recipe for Success" in 2002.