GPJ Australia Makes A Trio Of Senior Creative Appointments

GPJ Australia Makes A Trio Of Senior Creative Appointments
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Experience agency GPJ Australia has announced it has bolstered its creative department with three new senior appointments.

Bim Ricketson joins GPJ as executive creative director, while Glenn Whitehead and Jessica Quiney have been appointed as the agency’s creative director and creative strategist respectively.

Ricketson (pictured above, left) comes over to GPJ from Imagination, where he was creative director for over three years and prior to that was creative strategist at Cievents.

With close to 15 years’ experience, Whitehead (pictured above, right) was most recently at McCorkell & Associates, where he was art director and then creative director for six years.

Quiney (pictured above, centre) has both local and international experience, having worked at Breakthrough Media as a campaign strategist and Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide in London as and account executive.

GPJ Australia managing director Caleb Bush said: “I’m excited to welcome Bim, Glenn and Jessica to the team – exceptional talents with world-class experience.

“We’re in a period of strong growth which is allowing us to attract more of the industry’s best senior talent, and Bim, Glenn and Jessica’s outstanding skillsets give us greater depth, further enhancing our senior creative offering.”

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