BBDO Dublin has expanded its creative team with the announcement of six new hires who will work across all of the agency’s creative platforms combining through-the-line advertising with social, interactive, experiential and creative tech.
The additions to the team come as BBDO Dublin recently announced significant new business wins and retentions, including the Gaelic Athletic Association and the Health and Safety Authority.
Renowned creative Rob Murray joins BBDO Dublin from Rothco, where his award-winning work over the past 12 years has made him a go-to problem solver for some of Ireland's best known brands.
Aoife Cusack and Niamh Tumbleton bring a social-first perspective to the team. Aoife previously worked as in-house designer and social media content creator for myVolts. Niamh has in the past managed YouTube channels, worked in music promotion and as BBDO's social content community manager.
Ben Clifford, writer and podcaster, returns to BBDO Dublin from the renowned john st. in Toronto, Canada where he worked on ground-breaking campaigns for Scotia iTrade, Loblaw (Canada's largest food retailer) and Boston Pizza.
Isabel Harvey and Ivona Poljak, both graduates of the MSc in Advertising at the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), join the team following a successful internship program at BBDO Dublin, where they have worked on campaigns for Avonmore, Mars, Rockshore, Carroll’s, University of Limerick and the IDA.
Dylan Cotter, executive creative director, BBDO Dublin said: "We are excited to be creating a culture here at BBDO Dublin that allows new talent and new kinds of talent to flourish. The combination of Rob's invaluable experience and the enthusiasm and ambition of all our new hires is a perfect fit with our philosophy. Their ability to tell a great story, no matter the stage or platform is at the heart of what we do here in Sandymount."