Tudor and Turner to quit Lowe positions to rejoin Inge at CHI

Clemmow Hornby Inge is taking one of Lowe's most highly decorated teams, Mickey Tudor and Brian Turner.

The art director Tudor and writer Turner are set to leave Lowe and rejoin Lowe's former creative director, Charles Inge, at CHI.

Tudor and Turner have been behind some of the agency's best campaigns over the past two years including Reebok's "belly

and Weetabix's "Black Beauty". At CHI they will work on accounts including Tango, The Daily Telegraph and Typhoo.

The team, selected as Campaign Faces to Watch in 2000, established their partnership at Watford College more than six years ago. They were snapped up by GGT but moved to Lowe Howard-Spink in 1998. In 2000, Inge, then still at Lowe, described them as "the best team at Lowe that I can remember".

Inge left Lowe in June last year to join the TBWA/London breakaway agency led by Simon Clemmow and Johnny Hornby to complete its senior management line-up. He had worked at Lowe for 15 years. The new signing brings CHI's total number of creative teams to three.

Tudor and Turner told Campaign they did not expect to make the move to CHI until the summer.