Hancock joins TBWA to work on Apple business

TBWA\Media Arts Lab London has hired Stephen Hancock, a global brand director at Microsoft, to help run its Apple account.

Hares (l) and Hancock: Apple
Hares (l) and Hancock: Apple

Hancock joins as the group creative director for the Apple business in Europe and the Middle East.

He will report to the agency’s chief creative officer, Duncan Milner, who is based in Los Angeles.

Hancock was the global director of brand communications at Microsoft Devices. Before that, he was a creative director at 180 Amsterdam and worked on retail design.

Tom Hares, the managing director of TBWA\Media Arts Lab London, said: "It takes a very unique kind of craft and care to work on Apple and, after a long search, we found Stephen, who has both in abundance."

Hancock was previously a design director at Nike. He led the project to create an identity for the brand during the 2006 World Cup, and worked on kits for teams including Brazil, Mexico and the US.

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