Mon, 16 Dec 2013 12:51:01 GMT
Today, 72andSunny Amsterdam announces that it is adding four new creative hires to its rapidly growing team. The new hires will further round out 72andSunny Amsterdam’s international perspective, working with top-tier brands ranging from Google and Smirnoff to Samsung and United Colors of Benetton.
Helping to strengthen the agency’s creative bench are American creative directors Gregg Clampffer and Micky Coyne, Argentinian senior writer Damian Isaak, and Hungarian creative technologist Gabor Szalatnyai.
Gregg Clampffer joins from Arnold Amsterdam via TBWA/ Chiat LA and Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam. Gregg has worked on a number of high-profile projects over the years, from Gatorade’s ‘Everything To Prove,’ to pan-European efforts for Electronic Arts and the launch of the ESPN UK sports channel.
Micky Coyne’s background includes stints at several top agencies, such as Goodby Silverstein & Partners San Francisco and Droga5 New York. He has created standout work for a long list of brands, including HoneyMaid’s ‘Made Co.’ initiative—encouraging creativity in children—and Denny’s meme-inspiring ‘Nannerpus’ effort.
Before moving to Amsterdam, Damian Isaak spent time at JWT and DDB’s Argentinian offices. Damian has contributed to well-known campaigns such as Salvation Army’s ‘Sr. Amor’ and ‘Folks Tales’ for Ford Ranger.
Gabor Szalatnyai joins after long periods at Agency Republic and BBH/ Labs London. During his time in London Szalatnyai led experiments for BBH Labs, in addition to working on the multi award-winning Axe ‘Apollo’ campaign.
72andSunny Amsterdam’s ECD, Carlo Cavallone says, "They are four extremely talented individuals who will strengthen and expand our capabilities in all areas—making us even more athletic. Two Americans and a Hungarian is the perfect podium of an Olympic swimming competition, and the Argentinian must be good at football (or they’ll be trouble)."
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