Ed Warren named Sunshine CCO

Ed Warren, co-founder of Creature of London, is joining Sunshine as chief creative officer.

Ed Warren named Sunshine CCO

Warren will start his role at the end of May, taking a seat on the Sunshine board. He left Creature in February

Sunshine co-founder Al MacCuish will become creative chairman. 

Warren co-founded Creature in 2011 and oversaw brands including Adidas, Anchor, Bafta, Carling and Tetley. He also led entertainment projects such as the Olivier Award-nominated Alice’s Adventures Underground and Dinner at the Twits

He previously worked as a planner at DLKW Lowe (now MullenLowe London) and creative director at Mother. 

MacCuish said: "I think Ed is genuinely unique in the industry. There is no-one else out there with quite his combination of talents: he is an expert on brand strategy but can write and design like a demon; he has a critic’s understanding of culture and entertainment but can then create it himself. 

"Add to this the fact that he speaks fluent Cantonese – a great complement to Mel’s [Exon, Sunshine chief executive] Russian – and he’s our guy."

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