TBWA\Adelaide today announced the appointment of creative team Patrick O’Reilly (right, pictured) and Mark Atherton (left, pictured), who join the growing team at the Adelaide based agency.
Said Paul Reardon, chief creative officer TBWA\Adelaide & Melbourne: “We’ve always known there’s wonderful Creative talent in Adelaide. Every single Creative we spoke with in our search proved this. Patrick and Mark showed such a keen interest for work in completely unexpected media channels.
“It was really exciting to hear the way they think. It’s also worth mentioning the support and encouragement we’ve received from the Adelaide Creative community in making this hire has been awesome, and we really appreciate it.”
Patrick and Mark will work on both local South Australian clients through the Adelaide office as well as having the opportunity to work on national clients through TBWA\Melbourne.
Added Joe Godsell, Executive Partner TBWA\Adelaide: “The virtual operating model set up in 2018, crossing State borders, has been incredibly successful and as the agency continues to grow, we’re pleased to deepen our capabilities and open up further opportunities for local talent.”
“We are thrilled to have Patrick and Mark joining our team. We look forward to seeing what they will add to our global collective.”
The appointments follows TBWA\Adelaide’s commitment to hire locally or bring talent back to Adelaide after gaining experience interstate.
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