David & Goliath revamps creative team with 12 new hires

By Nesh Pillay | Reporter

May 19, 2015 | 2 min read

David & Goliath (D&G) has revamped its creative team with 12 new hires, including three creative directors: Brandon Davis, Nick Hine, and Rick Utzinger.

Other hires include art directors, copywriters, and an associate creative director.

“We are excited to welcome this new wave of creative talent and their diverse skill sets to the agency,” said David Angelo, the agency’s founder.

“Our recent new business growth has allowed us to expand and continue to create strong campaigns with the brave, challenger legacy we’re best known for,” he added.

Previously Davis freelanced in New York and worked at Wieden + Kennedy. Hine served as a global executive creative director at TBWA\Chiat\Day. Utzinger was also at TBWA\Chiat\Day where he served as a creative director.

The three new creative directors bring experience with a variety of brands including Gatorade, Old Spice, The Weather Channel, Duracell, Dove Hair, Miller Lite and Buffalo Wild Wings.

All three will report directly to Angelo and chief creative officer Colin Jeffery.

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