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Golden Wolf sinks its teeth into US Market with Blacklist

NY Based production company Blacklist has signed design and animation studio Golden Wolf to it’s growing roster of talent. Based in London, and now with a home on New York’s Lower East Side, Golden Wolf is known for their design-driven body of work. They specialize in 2d, 3d, Mixed Media, and Motion Graphics projects. The studio is sister company to well known design firm, ilovedust.

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TBWA’s Digital Arts Network Announces Addition of Five New Offices Globally

TBWA’s Digital Arts Network (DAN) today announced the addition of five new offices, growing the global branded capability from 18 to 23 offices and from 700 to almost 900 digital specialists.

The new additions extend DAN’s capabilities to Brazil, Israel, Russia, Spain and Switzerland. All of the new outposts have proven digital success in their markets as part of the local TBWA offices.

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TBWA Veteran, Martin Mohr, joins TBWA\Chiat\Day NY as Creative Director

Mohr relocates from TBWA\Helsinki where he led award-winning digital campaigns for clients including adidas and helped transform TBWA\Helsinki towards true digital and innovative driven thinking

Martin (33) will lead digital creative across clients in the New York office and will report to TBWA\Chiat\Day New York’s Executive Creative Director Matt Ian. Martin joins from network agency, TBWA\Helsinki, where he was Executive Creative Director.

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Former CP+B Chad Hopenwasser joins TBWA\Chiat\Day New York as Head of Integrated Production

TBWA\Chiat\Day New York has appointed Chad Hopenwasser to the role of Head of Integrated Production.

In his new role, Chad (37) will oversee all production disciplines in the New York office of TBWA, approximately 20 people. He will work hand in hand with Executive Creative Director, Matt Ian, who joined the agency in September 2013 and report to office President, Robert Harwood-Matthews.

Harwood-Matthews said, “Chad brings with him a great attitude and approach to integrated communications, content and digital that perfectly suits our agency and our clients’ needs.”

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Radley Inks Michelle Owens

Radley is pleased to announce the addition of Michelle Owens as its new in-house Director of Business Development. A highly-motivated business and creative professional who has stamped her voice across digital, tech, entertainment marketing, and traditional business consulting, Owens will lead Radley’s expansion into the advertising and direct-to-brand space.

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Brand New School Names Robert Bisi As Creative Director/Director

Brand New School has named long-time in-house contributor Robert Bisi as creative director/director. Since starting at Brand New School as a freelancer in 2005, Bisi has steadily evolved from designer and 3D generalist to art director and live-action director.

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Director Tony Barry Joins IDENTITY

Director Tony Barry has joined IDENTITY for commercial representation in the US. Already well established in the UK, Barry decided to extend his directorial scope across the pond, and brings with him a portfolio of spots that uncover charm in otherwise commonplace situations.

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a52, Elastic and Rock Paper Scissors Sign Independent Reps RESOURCE

Partner brands a52, Elastic, and Rock Paper Scissors are pleased to announce their new partnership with RESOURCE for West Coast representation.

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ACNE Beefs Up Art Direction with Anderson Hire

ACNE is pleased to announce the addition of Senior Art Director Tyler Andersen to its roster. A versatile talent tuned to the latest digital and 3D technologies, Anderson brings a range of experience across diverse brands and platforms.

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Whitehouse Post’s Alaster Jordan Heads to NYC

Longtime Whitehouse Post Editor and Partner Alaster Jordan will relocate from London to New York at the first of the year, fine-tuning the distribution of the company’s top talents while underscoring Whitehouse’s longstanding commitment to nurturing its roster of up-and-coming editors.

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