Graeme Noble rejoins Tullo Marshall Warren as digital creative director

LONDON - Tullo Marshall Warren has appointed Graeme Noble, the interactive creative director at Kitcatt Nohr Alexander Shaw, as its new digital creative director.

Graeme Noble... rejoining Tullo Marshall Warren
Graeme Noble... rejoining Tullo Marshall Warren

Noble rejoins an agency where he spent more than seven years between 2000 and 2008, before leaving to join Kitcatt Nohr 14 months ago.

In his new role, Noble will be responsible for helping to lead TMW's digital output across its range of clients, working closely with the head of creative, Mark Reddick.

He will report directly to TMW's joint executive creative directors, Gareth James and Darren Kay, who were made joint executive creative directors in May, following a major restructure of the agency.

During his time at Kitcatt Nohr, Noble worked on a number of high-profile campaigns for brands including Lexus, Glenfiddich and WWF.

Noble said: "It's great to come back to TMW at such an exciting time for the agency.  

"I was attracted by the opportunity to play such a senior role that will enable me to focus fully on the agency¹s creative offering, giving our clients the best in creative thinking."