Havas Worldwide raids DLKW Lowe for creatives

Havas Worldwide London has hired three creatives from DLKW Lowe to join its new executive creative director Mark Fairbanks.

Hired (l-r): Craven, McAnaney and Sewell
Hired (l-r): Craven, McAnaney and Sewell

Andy McAnaney and Christian Sewell have been appointed as creative directors and Jamie Craven is joining as the head of design. At DLKW Lowe Sewell was the head of art and McAnaney was his partner while Craven was the head of design.

McAnaney and Sewell worked on DLKW Lowe accounts including The RAF and Trainline. They previously worked at DDB London on the Harvey Nichols and VW Beetle accounts.

Craven previously worked at Fallon as deputy head of design.

Fairbanks said: "Andy, Christian and Jamie share my belief in fusing big ideas with outstanding craft. Plus all three are top blokes. They will add enormously to the capabilities and culture we have here at Havas Worldwide London."

Fairbanks joined Havas Worldwide London from Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO in January.


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