Digital Creative Agency Holler has announced the arrival of a new creative technologist in the shape of Andre Venancio.
A recent arrival to Sydney, Venancio joins Holler in this newly created position, having previously worked for some of the most renowned agencies in the world, including 72AndSunny, Unit9 and Razorfish London, doing work for clients such as Blackberry, Toyota and McDonalds.
Venancio’s impressive body of work includes a multi-sensory experience using oculus rift and kinect technologies for Wrigleys 5 Gum, Toyota Prius Your Everyday Drive, a plug-in hybrid website which takes viewers on a personalised journey to discover the differences electric and petrol hybrid technology can make.
He also worked on the Starbucks community board, which became the first coffee shop to use Google Fiber technology to bring coffee communities closer together.
Speaking about his new role, Venancio said, “I am excited to be joining Holler, it’s an agency with a great reputation of utilising creative design technologies to craft great digital experiences for brands such as Audi, Heineken and Nestle.”
“I am looking forward to working at Holler on projects at the forefront of tech and developing online experiences that leave a lasting impression.”
Creative director Cyril Louis who previously worked with Venancio at Razorfish London said, “Andre is a talented experimental tinkerer, whose approach fits in with our hands-on and holistic view of technology as part of communication, business and human centered innovation. It’s signifies a change in the type of work we have coming up for our clients.”
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