VCCP Sydney Adds Tilly Treloar, Nathan Pashley & Heath Sims

VCCP Sydney Adds Tilly Treloar, Nathan Pashley & Heath Sims
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VCCP has kicked off 2021 by adding Nathan Pashley and Heath Sims to its creative department, and Tilly Treloar to its strategy department.

Pashley and Sims are an established creative team who previously worked together at 72andSunny, creating campaigns for the likes of Tooheys Extra Dry, Byron Bay Brewery, Google Nest, Amaysim, and Kosciuszko beer.

They will be working across a variety of VCCP clients, including Compare the Market, Cadbury, LDV Australian Red Cross, and Torrens University Australia.

Scott Huebscher, executive creative director at VCCP, said: “Heath and Nathan are talented, and their energy is contagious. Of course, I’m happy they’re here.”

Meanwhile, VCCP’s strategy department has grown with Tilly Treloar joining the team as a planner.

Treloar began her career as a graduate at Clemenger BBDO Sydney, before settling into its planning department where she worked on a range of clients, including The Dry July Foundation, Seafood Industries Australia, Gumtree, Visa, Frucor for Clemenger BBDO Sydney.

She also worked across Diageo, Samsung, and Carlton & United Breweries for Traffik. Treloar will be working across LDV, Cadbury, Torrens University, and new business development at VCCP.

On joining VCCP, she said: “I am excited to work in an agency that challenges conventional thinking. There is a real hunger and energy at VCCP—and it’s contagious.”

Suzie Roberts, managing director at VCCP, said: “2020 was certainly a crazy year, but I’m absolutely delighted to be starting the new year with new faces in our team.

“Heath, Nathan and Tilly have an excellent track record and I look forward to seeing them put their stamp on the work we produce.”

In 2020, VCCP picked up a number of new clients, including car manufacturer LDV, Australian Museum and Australian Red Cross.

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