Creative communications agency RBH has hired two new senior creatives, James Fox and Michael Vines, to form a professional partnership.
Fox has over ten years’ experience working as a designer and art director on some of the world’s biggest brand names in fashion, lifestyle and retail, including Adidas, Julien Macdonald, Timberland, Galeries Lafayette and several European retail and leisure destinations.
Vines started his career as an art director before switching to copy. Originally from South Africa, Vines has for agencies including TBWA and McCann. His experience ranges from the automotive, financial services and hospitality sectors to FMCG, working with brands including Nissan, Visa, Mars and Nando’s.
The latest hires come a few weeks after RBH appointed Craig ‘Woody’ Wood and Jason ‘Vinny’ Vinciguerra as creative directors.
Debra Hepburn, managing director of RBH, said: "Mike and James have already set the agency alight with their unique blend of experience and indisputable talent. The partnership has very quickly delivered outstanding creativity and bodes well for exciting times ahead! The pair join Woody and Vinny as part of the new RBH creative force and there is still more news to come."
Established in 1995, independent agency RBH works with clients including Drayton Manor Theme Park, Duck and Cover, Grand Central Birmingham, Jaguar Land Rover, Peugeot, Resorts World Birmingham and Wacoal.