Four senior creatives at Melbourne’s AJF Partnership have been promoted to become creative directors.
The independent agency has also introduced the role of executive creative director for the first time.
Senior creative teams George Freckleton and Michael Skarbek, and Andy Jones and Glenn Dalton have become creative directors.
AJF partners Adam Francis, Andrew Foote and Josh Stephens will all take on the new roles of executive creative directors.
In a statement, Francis, Foote and Stephens said: “George, Mike, Glenn and Andy have been key drivers of our most effective work for clients and their promotions are recognition of their loyalty and influence on the agency’s progress.
“They have each spent an average of almost seven years with us and we firmly believe that their CD positions will further elevate our creative performance for clients.”
AJF’s clients include Officeworks, News Corp, GM Holden, Lion, Campari Group, iSelect and RAMS Financial Services.