DDB WWAV hires freelancers to head creative department

LONDON - DDB WWAV Rapp Collins, the joint venture between the Omnicom sister agencies DDB London and WWAV Rapp Collins, has hired two creatives to head its creative department.

Dean Pinnington, an art director, and Luke Ashton, a copywriter, were working at Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO as part of its freelance integrated team. They worked on the pitch for MBNA and went on to create an integrated campaign for the brand.

The pair began working together in 2003 at WCRS, where they oversaw the integrated launch of the Bulldog broadband brand.

"We are excited to have Luke and Dean on board," Jon Goulding, the DDB WWAV Rapp Collins managing director, said. "They bring a wealth of experience creating truly integrated relationship marketing ideas that change consumer behaviour."

DDB WWAV Rapp Collins launched in March. Its client list includes Hertz, Exclusive Resorts and Getty Images. It offers relationship marketing expertise to DDB clients and also pitches for integrated marketing accounts.

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Digital marketing executives oversee the online marketing strategy for their organisation. They plan and execute digital (including email) marketing campaigns and design, maintain and supply content for the organisation's website(s).