BBH's Scholes and Todd join Saatchis

Saatchi & Saatchi has hired the creative team Adam Scholes and Hugh

Todd from Bartle Bogle Hegarty to work as a senior team across all of

its accounts.

The art director Scholes and the copywriter Todd started at BBH in 1995

and have worked across a number of accounts including Levi's, Lynx,

Polaroid and Murphy's. The team had the idea to project Gail Porter's

naked body on to the House of Commons as a stunt for FHM.

Saatchis' executive creative director, Dave Droga, said: "Hugh and Adam

are a wonderful hiring for Saatchi & Saatchi. I've admired their work

for years, and now I can admire it down the corridor."

He said their influence on a number of campaigns for BBH would work well

across those at Saatchis: "They'll be getting their teeth into all kinds

of work here."

Todd and Scholes said: "We've had six great years at BBH, but we're

looking for a fresh challenge now. We feel we're joining Saatchis at a

great time and looking forward to working with Dave."

In 1995 the duo created a campaign for Harley Davidson, which encouraged

consumers to be irresponsible by buying a bike rather than keeping up

alimony payments or buying their elderly relatives motorised


"Prostitute", which featured a woman who takes a second job as a

prostitute to fund her husband's Harley Davidson, won a gold at BTAA in