Katrina Alvarez-Jarratt Appointed Associate Creative Director At Whybin\TBWA Sydney

Katrina Alvarez-Jarratt Appointed Associate Creative Director At Whybin\TBWA Sydney
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Whybin\TBWA Sydney has nabbed Katrina Alvarez-Jarratt as the new associate creative director, expanding the team further.

Alvarez-Jarratt joins from Clemenger Sydney where she worked on the Foxtel’s ‘Zombie Followers’, Dolmio ‘Pepper Hacker’ and the most recent Tourism Australia campaign.

This is yet another addition to the team at Whybin\TBWA Sydney this year, after the agency experienced a new phase of growth with a number of high profile new business wins.

Alvarez-Jarratt has created award winning campaigns in both Australia and New Zealand. Her portfolio includes work for Toshiba, Pepsi co, WWF, DHL, Campbell’s, VISA, Foxtel, Fisher & Paykel, and Red Rock Deli.

Alvarez-Jarratt said, “I’m super excited to be joining Whybin/TBWA Sydney. Wes and Gaz have an infectious passion for ideas and in my experience that makes for brilliant work. I can’t wait to get started.”

Wesley Hawes, joint executive creative director at Whybin\TBWA Sydney, added, “Gary and I have been fans of Kat for some time and she fits perfectly into the culture we’ve created here.  She’s talented, smart, but humble and down-to-earth too. She’s an awesome addition to the agency.”

 

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