Wray set to leave BDH after internal conflict

Nick Wray, the newly appointed creative director of BDH Communications, is to part company with the Manchester agency after only nine months.

Nick Wray, the newly appointed creative director of BDH

Communications, is to part company with the Manchester agency after only

nine months.



Wray, who is best known for the high-profile Coca-Cola football ads he

produced while freelancing for Wieden & Kennedy, will finish on-going

projects before leaving later this month.



Agency officials were reluctant to discuss details of the split, but the

joint managing director, Al Dickman, commented: ’Nick wanted to make

changes that the board couldn’t agree with, so it was mutually agreed

that it would be best if he left the agency.’



Dickman added that a new creative director will be chosen from within

the agency and that an announcement will be made within the next couple

of weeks. Wray was away on a shoot and unavailable for comment as

Campaign went to press.



Wray, a copywriter, joined BDH last July as part of a move to reposition

the GGT-owned agency as a broader communications company.



Originally a protege of Dave Trott at GGT, he rose to become a senior

figure at the agency. Wray left the agency in the early 90s and worked

at Miller & Leeves WAHT, J. Walter Thompson and Reay Keating, before

going freelance in 1994.



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