Wed, 15 Dec 2021 16:12:19 GMT
Merman has announced that Siobhan Murphy and Spencer Dodd have become partners in the branded content and advertising division of the UK.
Merman has become one of the fastest growing production companies with its foundations set firmly in comedy whilst evolving towards a more diverse range of output in both the visual and narrative arenas.
Siobhan has been instrumental in that growth as part of the commercial division and the executive team from the company's inception in June 2017. With the arrival of Spencer in 2019, the company continues to go from strength to strength signing a plethora of talent such as Martin Krejci, Declan Lowney, Michel & Nico, Billy Pols, Vaughan Arnell and Ben Liam Jones to name just a few.
This past year alone has seen the team produce a series of successful high-end commercials for the likes of William Hill, DHL, Sony Playstation and Sky; whilst Merman TV and Film continue swooping up accolades left, right and centre with stand out hits, Motherland, Frayed, There She Goes, Herself and This Way Up.
Siobhan Murphy says: “It is an honour to be a part of such an incredible company and feel as respected, appreciated and valued as I do at Merman. I am excited to see what the future holds and look forward to building on what we have already created here”.
Spencer Dodd says: “It’s an exciting time for Merman and I’m extremely grateful to Siobhan and the whole team, not only for the opportunity to become a part of this great company, but for the trust, support and encouragement I’ve received since joining. I look forward to our future growth and development together.”
Kira Carstensen, global managing partner, Merman says: “Sharon, Clelia and I could not be more excited to formally recognise Siobhan and Spencer as our partners in the UK branded division. Since joining Merman, they have led the company, and our directors, with such vision and grace. We look forward to growing the company in new and exciting directions together”.view more - Hires, Wins & BusinessMerman UK, Wed, 15 Dec 2021 16:12:19 GMT