Milkmoney Hires Darren Collins To Head Up London Office

Milkmoney Hires Darren Collins To Head Up London Office
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Full-service production company Milkmoney has announced the appointment of Darren Collins (pictured above, left), who will head up the production company’s London office.

Coming from a creative agency background both in Australia and the UK, Collins will lead the London team across all productions, including social, TVCs, long-form content and VR.

The move also sees Carrie Williams (pictured above, right) promoted to head of production and Ethan McLean (pictured above, centre) to head of creative.

Milkmoney managing director Matt Taylor said: “We are very excited to have Darren on the ground in London. He brings his great background in strategic thinking to our production process that we believe is going to make our content better and more effective in its brand objectives.”

Commenting on his appointment, Collins said: “I’m stoked to be on board with the talented team at Milkmoney. The portfolio of work they have created over recent years is second to none, and I can’t wait to build on that with the opportunities that lie ahead in London.”

Founded in 2008, Milkmoney now has offices in London, Singapore and Sydney.

Milkmoney launched its London operations in 2016. Having been founded in 2008, it also has offices in Sydney and Singapore.

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