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Kieron Walsh has left Little Bird’s London office to sign up with Smith Jones Brown & Cassie. His directing credits include Quavers (pictured) and Walkers for BMP DDB and Bass Ale for the Leith Agency, as well as spots for Guinness and Tennent’s Pilsner.

Kieron Walsh has left Little Bird’s London office to sign up with

Smith Jones Brown & Cassie. His directing credits include Quavers

(pictured) and Walkers for BMP DDB and Bass Ale for the Leith Agency, as

well as spots for Guinness and Tennent’s Pilsner.



Attwell Martin Productions is rebranding as 2am Films and has added

three directors - Russell England (who is shooting a VW Golf spot for

BMP), Simon Werry and Benjamin Ross - to its roster, which includes

Bryce Attwell, Trevor Leighton, Stephen Whittaker and Gus Filgate.



The Annex has merged with Impossible Impact to create a commercials

production company that will continue to operate under the Annex name.

The merged company has also taken on a new director, Alastair Thain, who

is best known as a photographer but recently made his commercials debut

with a spot for Nikon cameras.



BFCS has appointed its first head of production, Lynette Kyme, who also

produces for Derek Coutts, best known for his Nestle Gold Blend work.

Kyme will help steer the company’s creative development and nurture the

careers of some of the newer directors, as well as supervising the

running of production at BFCS’s two on-site studios.



The Directory has signed up Jon Harvey, one of the directors of the

Channel 4 ’circles’ rebranding campaign. Harvey joins from Tsunami

where, over the past year, he has shot commercials for British Telecom

and the Express, as well as working with Leo Burnett and FCB.



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