John Cherry joins JWT London

JWT London has hired the former Fallon creative John Cherry as a creative director.

John Cherry: creative director moves to JWT
John Cherry: creative director moves to JWT

Cherry will oversee accounts including Kenwood and Johnson & Johnson.

Most recently, Cherry has been a freelance creative director at agencies including Work Club and Wieden & Kennedy.

Cherry previously worked at Fallon on Orange, Cadbury and the BBC. He was an art director on the Stella Artois "smooth originals" campaign, which won a Cannes Gold Lion in 2009.

He started his career in 2001 at Wieden & Kennedy, where he wrote the Honda "sense" campaign, and has also worked at Kesselskramer in Amsterdam.

Russell Ramsey, the executive creative director of JWT, said: "I’m so excited about John joining our creative department. His work speaks for itself and I know he will do great things on our brands at JWT."

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