Y&R Brisbane Nabs Creative Chelsea Parks From The Monkeys

Y&R Brisbane Nabs Creative Chelsea Parks From The Monkeys
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Following the recent appointment of Adam Kennedy as managing director, Y&R Brisbane has bolstered its creative team with the appointment of Chelsea Parks as senior copywriter.

Parks cut her teeth at McCann New York, and since relocating to Australia, she has continued her migration north, having previously worked for Clemenger BBDO Melbourne before her recent stint with The Monkeys in Sydney. 

Over that time she’s delivered award-winning creative and has worked on a number of high-profile brands. 

Her most recent notable work includes Qantas’ latest ‘Feels Like Home’ campaign, as well as Meat & Livestock Australia’s ‘Beef. The Greatest’ musical campaign, and ‘The Currency Kitchen’. 

Parks is also a Judge for The Webby Awards – a credit to her success and eye for outstanding creative. 

Y&R Brisbane’s executive creative directors, Brendan Greaney and Andrew Thompson, said in a joint statement that Parks is a “huge talent with some seriously good work under her belt”. 

“We’re thrilled that she’ll be adding to our creative firepower up here in Brissie,” they said. 

“Oh and she’s a nice person too, which is an added bonus.”. 

Commenting on her appointment, Parks said: “I’m excited to be here. Y&R is a top shop in Brisbane with a reputation for making world-class work. I’m looking forward to working with the group to continue that tradition.”

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