Fri, 20 Dec 2013 14:43:52 GMT
Above: Senior Copywriter Scott Vaux-Nobes
Partners Andrews Aldridge is boosting its creative team with the appointment of CMW’s Scott Vaux-Nobes as senior copywriter and two additional creative hires: Brooke Cutmore as copywriter and Ana Ventura as art director.
Vaux-Nobes joins Partners from CMW where he spent five years as senior copywriter providing creative work on accounts such as Peugeot, Citroën, M&S and Nivea. Prior to CMW, Vaux-Nobes held the role of group head and senior copywriter at Gyro International.
In his role at Partners, Vaux-Nobes will work across a number of the agency’s key accounts including NOW TV and BMW, devising and leading creative direct and digital campaigns. He will report directly into creative director Paul Snoxell.
Cutmore joins as a copywriter following creative roles at Creature, 18 Feet & Rising and Inferno. Ana Ventura joins as art director from DraftFCB Lisbon. Both will report into Paul Snoxell.
Paul Snoxell said of Vaux-Nobes’ appointment “I’ve been a fan of Scott’s work for a while now, and I’m delighted that he’s joining our team. He has a top-notch creative mind and passion for making integrated work that’s progressive and provocative. Hiring Scott, along with young talent like Brooke and Ana, is another step forward for the agency as we build our strength in depth and expand our skills.”
Vaux-Nobes added: “PAA has produced some fantastic creative work over the years with connectivity placed at the heart of everything they do. It’s a great agency environment to be part of and I can’t wait to get stuck in and begin working with Partners’ impressive client list.”