A veteran of motion picture and TV marketing, Noah Witlin joins BusterINK as Creative Director. The appointment was announced today by Neville Burtis, Executive Creative Director of BusterINK, the Print-Digital division of Stun Creative. Mr. Witlin will report directly to Mr. Burtis.
“Noah is a key hire for us,” Burtis commented. “He not only adds to our creative firepower, he is a top-shelf project manager, strategic thinker and leader. Noah brings years of invaluable experience to our BusterINK team as an original thinker who has crafted many unique, fresh campaigns. We’re thrilled to have him on board!”
Formerly with entertainment marketing shops Cold Open in Venice and BLT Communications in Hollywood, Witlin steps into a key growth period of BusterINK. He brings extensive hands-on experience, including recent TV marketing campaigns for HBO’s Girls, Game of Thrones and True Blood, as well leading “tent-pole” projects such as 300: Rise of an Empire (Warner Bros.) and Elysium (TriStar), and innovative, off-beat campaigns for Portlandia (IFC) and Banshee (Cinemax).
“I am so excited my move to BusterINK,” said Witlin. “ It will allow me to continue to develop as a leader and manager. The partners are committed to growth, and I am honored to join forces with such a smart and creative staff.”
After a successful 16-year career as a graphic designer, Witlin enrolled in the MBA program at California State Dominguez Hills University, graduating with honors in 2013. His business studies helped shift his professional focus from designing campaigns to managing projects and strategic marketing. Witlin is the recipient of many prestigious entertainment marketing industry awards, including three Key Art Awards; 2013 FX Wilfred, Key Art (Creative Director), 2012 Warner Brothers The Campaign, Bus shelter and OOH (Art Director).