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Carmichael Lynch promotes Marty Senn to chief creative officer


By Minda Smiley, Reporter

December 8, 2015 | 2 min read

Minneapolis-based Carmichael Lynch has named Marty Senn as chief creative officer.

He replaces Dave Damman, who left the agency in July.

Senn joined the IPG agency in 2013 as executive creative director. In that role he led accounts including Jack Link’s Protein Snacks, BJ’s Restaurants and Sierra Trading Post.

According to the agency, he has played a large role in securing new business including the recent win of U.S. Bank.

CEO of Carmichael Lynch Mike Lescarbeau said: “Marty Senn has established himself as a creative leader of the highest order, garnering every manner of recognition here in the US and abroad. In his relatively short time at Carmichael Lynch, he has forged highly productive relationships with key contributors from across our organization, and we look forward to the many ways he will help us grow.”

Before joining Carmichael Lynch, Senn was a creative director at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners. He’s also held positions at Cutwater and Fallon London throughout his career.

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