Anomaly hires three new creative directors from BBH and AKQA

Anomaly hires Vix Jagger, Luke Tipping and Max Gebhardt as new creative directors.

Vick Jagger, Luke Tipping and Max Gebhart
Vick Jagger, Luke Tipping and Max Gebhart

Jagger joins from Bartle Bogle Hegarty London where she was senior creative for three years, and before that she was a creative with DDB UK. One of her most recent projects was a collaboration with filmmaker and Comic Relief founder Richard Curtis for the United Nation’s "Project Everyone". 

Tipping and Gebhart join from AKQA where they were associate creative director and senior creative respectively. They both worked on the Nike account and recent projects in 2017 include a 'Kiss My Airs' campaign for Nike Sportswear Europe. 

Before AKQA, Tipping started out with BMB and 101 before moving to Wieden and Kennedy where he worked across a variety of clients including Three Mobile.  

Gebhart has worked with R/GA New York, and Wieden and Kennedy Amsterdam and London.

The three creative directors will be head a client list that includes Bank of Scotland, Beats By Dre and Budweiser. They will report to executive creative director and partner, Oli Beale.

"I’ve seen their work in the news in real, actual life. That’s always a good start. Then I met them and instantly wanted to marry them all," said Beale.

Anomaly's hiring spree is on the back of recent wins including Virgin Trains and Bank of Scotland.

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