Mcgarrybowen adds two new teams to its creative department

Mcgarrybowen has bolstered its creative department by hiring two new creative teams.

Mcgarrybowen new hires: Russell Hendrie, Paul Bailey, Dave Cornmell and Jane Briers
Mcgarrybowen new hires: Russell Hendrie, Paul Bailey, Dave Cornmell and Jane Briers

Jane Briers and Dave Cornmell will join as creative directors from WCRS where they worked on 118, Sky Movies, Mini, Churchill and B&Q.

The agency has also hired a creative pair from Karmarama. Paul Bailey and Russell Hendrie worked on the BBC, Costa and Honda accounts and featured in Campaign’s Faces To Watch in 2013.

The hires follow a strong start to the year that saw the agency win business from Bridgestone, Western Union, Honda and Sky Bet.

Paul Jordan the executive creative director at Mcgarrybowen, said: "At Mcgarrybowen it’s been an exciting start to the year; we’ve got new clients, a new building and now we’ve got two spanking new teams to help us make the most of it all."

Mcgarrybowen recently moved to new offices above Heal’s on Tottenham Court Road.

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