Clems Melbourne Promotes Nick Jamieson To Creative Director Of Activation

Clems Melbourne Promotes Nick Jamieson To Creative Director Of Activation

Clemenger BBDO Melbourne has announced the promotion of Nick Jamieson to creative director for its activation division.

Jamieson joined Clems Melbourne in July 2015 as a senior copywriter before joining the agency’s shopper marketing division as its creative lead.

During his time at Clems Melbourne, Jamieson has led the shopper marketing creative on a number of the agency’s campaigns, including Carlton Dry’s recent ‘Underthink It’ campaign, Myer’s ‘Giftorium’ and Carlton Draught’s Pub Tour among others.

As creative director of activation, Jamieson’s remit will cover creative output across shopper marketing, experiential and activation campaigns, working alongside the creative department to continue driving integrated thinking across the business.

James McGrath, creative chairman at Clems Melbourne, said: “As we drive for interactivity at the heart of everything we do, Nick with his very collaborative instinctive nature brings the consumer to the forefront of our consciousness.”

Commenting on his promotion, Jamieson said: “Simply working in the number one agency in the world alongside a team of immensely talented people is privilege enough, so being given the opportunity to lead the creative output for the activation department is incredibly humbling.

“I’m hugely excited to continue working with our clients and continuing to creating brand experiences that truly connect.”




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