Adam&eveDDB promotes 'Monty the Penguin' creative team as part of creative leadership shake-up

By Gillian West | Social media manager

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January 22, 2015 | 1 min read

Adam&EveDDB has announced that it has promoted creative directors Richard Brim and Daniel Fisher, the creative team behind Harvey Nichols 2013 Christmas campaign and Monty the Penguin for John Lewis, to the roles of executive creative director and deputy executive creative director respectively.

Brim will lead adam&eveDDB’s creative department with fellow executive creative director Ben Tollett and will join the agency’s new generation of management.

He will work alongside Tammy Einav and Mat Goff, who were promoted to joint managing directors last year, as well as the agency’s first director of digital, Alex Hesz, and group managing director, Xavier Rees.

Ben Priest, founder and executive creative director, will assume the role of chief creative officer while Emer Stamp, executive creative director, is to step down this summer to focus on her writing career.

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