Brad Fairhead moves to 18 Feet & Rising

18 Feet & Rising has hired Brad Fairhead, the former managing director at Hypernaked, as a partner.

Fairhead: former managing director of Hypernaked
Fairhead: former managing director of Hypernaked

Fairhead joined 18 Feet & Rising this week and will be tasked with exploring new products and services.

He will have the opportunity to take equity in the agency and be part of the man­agement team alongside Jonathan Trimble, the chief executive; Matt Keon, the executive creative director; Rob Ward, the strategy partner; Paul Spriggs, the chief operating officer; and Anna Carpen, the creative director.

Trimble said: "By any standard, Brad is one of the industry’s greatest practitioners. I’m excited to see where he takes our platform."

Fairhead joins 18 Feet & Rising from the mobile software company Go Find It, where he was the chief operating officer. Before that, he was the chief strategy officer at Starcount, a social media analytics company.

He said: "There are very few agencies that could tempt me back into the comms world and 18 Feet & Rising is one of them. I’ve worked with Jonathan and Matt before and I’m stoked about being able to do so again. They do the sort of work I love and have the ambition that our market needs."

Fairhead co-founded Hy­per in 2005 and then served as Hypernaked’s managing director between 2011 and 2013 following the merger with Naked Communications.

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