The World: New York - Grey fills creative role with ex-Burnett manager

Grey has appointed the former Leo Burnett senior manager Tor Myhren to take creative command at its flagship New York office.

Myhren, 35, succeeds Tim Mellors, who was appointed Grey's chief creative officer in January with a brief to boost the network's global creative product.

Previously the executive creative director of Burnett in Detroit, Myhren oversaw all the agency's creative development. He was previously the creative director of TBWA\Chiat\Day in Los Angeles.

Steve Hardwick, the Grey New York president, said: "Tor's award-winning work will add a new dimension to Grey's creative product."


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