Creative tech agency Orchard has announced the appointment of a few new faces following recent client wins.
Katie McAllister joins Orchard in project management following stints at MullenLowe Profero and Holler, where she worked on a range of brands including Audi.
Max Cahill is the latest addition to Orchard’s account management team. He departs DDB, where he was a digital business manager working on a number accounts including VW. Prior to that, he was at McCann Health.
Senior insights and analytics strategist Gareth Kleinman also joins Orchard, having previously held roles at Deepend and Ogilvy Australia.
Tamsin Ridgwell comes across from Ogilvy CommonHealth, where she has been since 2013. Most recently, Ridgwell worked as a business director at the agency.
Katrina Leo joins Orchard from MRM//McCann, where she has been for the past two years, most recently in the role of digital producer.
Orchard’s design team welcomes Tom Twiby, who takes the next step in his career which he began at Havas Australia in 2013.
Project co-ordinator Diana Vo is another addition to the Orchard team, joining the agency following three years at Taos Creative.
Andrew Antoniou, managing partner at Orchard, said: “We thrilled to welcome these talented individuals to the Orchard team.
“Together they bring with them a wealth of experience working across brands and categories that make them an ideal fit for our growing client roster.”
Picture: back row, left to right – Max Cahill, Gareth Kleinman and Diana Vo; front row – left to right – Kate McAllister, Tom Twiby and Katrina Leo.
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