Creature London hires Kate Taylor as head of TV

Creature London has appointed Kate Taylor as its first head of TV.

Creature London: brand campaign for Truvia
Creature London: brand campaign for Truvia

Taylor spent 11 years of her career working at Omnicom-owned Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO as a senior producer, before leaving to become a freelancer.

She previously spent nine years working at Lowe-predecessor Lintas, where she started her career as a film librarian, before working her way up to producer. Taylor then joined Hutchins Film Company.

She has freelanced for agencies including Mother, JWT London, VCCP and Fred & Farid.

Separately, the agency has also hired DLKW Lowe’s Jane Stephenson and Beattie McGuinness Bungay’s Andrew Milner as account directors. Both Stephenson and Milner were account directors at their former agencies.

In February, Creature London picked up the £10 million ad account for Molson Coors' Carling.


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