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In the Company of Huskies Adds Six New Hires to Creative Team

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Agency continues to grow with new appointments to its creative team

In the Company of Huskies Adds Six New Hires to Creative Team

Independent creative agency, In the Company of Huskies, has added six new people to the pack. The new appointments come as the company won a series of industry awards and new clients last year.

The six new hires will strengthen the agency’s creative department so it can continue to develop world-class creative work. Having racked up multiple awards including 2018 Grand Prix, two golds and silvers at ADFX, won international clients and garnered global recognition for its work, Huskies is embarking on a new era with more creative and social capability than ever. 

Damian Hanley, creative director said: “The new creatives, along with Huskies' recently expanded social team, will be key to building on last year’s success. The agency is focused on having the best talent doing the best work that delivers results for our clients. The new creatives are all very talented and brilliant people to have around, and I am looking forward to creating exciting work with them.”

Ross Giles joins Huskies as senior art director from Publicis Dublin where he worked on the award-winning 'It’s worth thinking about' campaign for Bord Gáis Energy. Ross helped Bigfoot out of hiding for Virgin Mobile, made a hero of Hector going loco for TG4, showed us what a proper fan looks like for Ladies GAA and even rejuvenated a team of Gary Breen's for SPAR. Previous to that Ross worked at Atomic for Sport Ireland, Lifestyle Sports, Leinster Rugby and Audi Ireland.

Laura Rice has joined Huskies. She previously worked with Vocal and The Public House. She is a former winner of the Irish Cannes Young Lions competition and has worked with clients such as Ryanair, Paddy Power and Jameson. 

Nicole McMahon makes a much welcome return to Huskies as senior designer. She joins from Dynamo, where she worked with some of Ireland's most prominent brands such as daa, Communicorp Media and Arnotts. 

Greg Colley joins from BBDO Dublin, where he worked with a wide variety of clients including the Road Safety Authority, Sony Pictures, Guinness, Carlsberg and Carphone Warehouse.

Gavin Feiritéar joins Huskies as designer from the software company 3D4Medical having worked as marketing and community executive at Light House Cinema, and with that, he brings an exciting new dimension and thinking to his approach.

Cillian Kenny – Jazz trumpeter, copywriter, and recent advertising graduate with not one, but three Student of the Year awards - also joins the team.

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In The Company Of Huskies, Fri, 08 Feb 2019 13:03:37 GMT