Anomaly Amsterdam appoints Peters Ginsborg and Jorgensen as ECD

Anomaly Amsterdam has hired Martin Peters Ginsborg and Lars Jorgensen in the role of partner and executive creative director, following the agency's win of the Johnnie Walker ad account.

Lars Jorgensen and Martin Peters Ginsborg: move to Anomaly Amsterdam
Lars Jorgensen and Martin Peters Ginsborg: move to Anomaly Amsterdam

Peters Ginsborg and Jorgensen will join the agency’s management team and work alongside Hazelle Klønhammer, the partner and chief executive, and Amanda Fève, the partner and chief strategy officer.

Most recently Peters Ginsborg and Jorgensen worked at Anomaly New York as creative directors. They have also worked at Grey, Mcgarrybowen, Mullen and Saatchi & Saatchi.

Mike Byrne, the founding partner and global chief creative officer at Anomaly, said: "I’ve spent a good part of the last two years working with Martin and Lars. And I’ve found myself missing them when they are not around. 

"They have this infectious creative energy that is quite addictive. On top of it they are wonderful human beings. They’re like the perfect sandwich. I can’t wait to see what happens in Amsterdam and beyond."

Anomaly picked up the Johnnie Walker account in December and will run the global business out of Amsterdam.

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