DLKW Lowe hires creative teams

DLKW Lowe has hired two Brazilian-born duos to bolster its creative department.

DLKW Lowe (l-r): Ribeiro, Filipin, Denney, Kilciauskas, Rosa
DLKW Lowe (l-r): Ribeiro, Filipin, Denney, Kilciauskas, Rosa

Bruno Ribeiro, an associate creative director at AKQA London, and Luiz Filipin, a senior creative at Mullen Lowe Brasil, have joined as a creative director and senior creative respectively. 

Ribeiro moved to AKQA in 2013 following a year-long stint as a creative director at Lowe and Partners (now Mullen Lowe) in Moscow. Before that, he worked at Ogilvy Brasil and Leo Burnett São Paulo, where he partnered with Filipin.

Before joining Mullen Lowe Brasil last year, Filipin was a senior creative at Wieden & Kennedy São Paulo. 

DLKW Lowe has also appointed Roberto Kilciauskas, a creative director and senior copywriter at Africa, as a senior copywriter and Pedro Rosa, a senior art director at Leo Burnett Tailor Made, as a senior art director.

Kilciauskas and Rosa worked together at Y&R and Lew’Lara\TBWA. 

All four started at DLKW Lowe this week. They report directly to Richard Denney, the executive creative director, and Dave Henderson, the chief creative officer.

Denney said: "Both teams’ talent and boundless hunger to create world-class, attention-grabbing work make them the perfect fit for our agency and for the direction we are heading in. They could have chosen to work at any agency in London so we are delighted they are joining us."


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