Today, Isobar US announced three key hires within its creative department and leadership team following an influx of new business opportunities.
David Trumpf joins Isobar as an associate creative director. Most recently, Trumpf spent nearly seven years at R/GA working with clients such as Nike, Unilever, Verizon, Pepsi, The Ad Council and L’Oréal. He also previously worked as an independent creative for various brands such as The Gap, Major League Baseball, Coca-Cola and many others. His work was exhibited at the Museum of Design of Atlanta (MODA) and The Museum of Arts and Design of New York (MAD) under the collective “We-Are-Familia.” He is also the co-founder and creative director of Chalet Magazine, a publication that explores cities from the perspective of a bicycle.
Isobar also tapped Stefan Georgi as an art director. Georgi was previously a senior art director at Ogilvy building mobile experiences and large-scale platforms for clients like American Express, DuPont, Nascar, MetLife and many more. Prior to Ogilvy, Georgi worked at a number of agencies including SarkissianMason, Droga5 and TBWA\CHIAT\DAY for clients such as Boeing, UNICEF and Vonage.
Dana Randall comes to Isobar as an engagement director, where she will act as a client partner and contribute to the agency’s new business efforts. Previously, Randall founded and ran her own digital boutique agency called Built by the Factory whose clients included Rogers Publishing, Kraft, Time Inc., Insurance Information Institute, Iman, Olivia Palermo and Jay Z, among others.
“Already this year we’ve had many exciting project opportunities develop with new and existing global clients,” Isobar co-CEO Jeff Maling said. “David, Stefan and Dana have all achieved success through smart and creative solutions for multi-market clients and we are happy to have them on board.”view more - Hires, Wins & Business