Brooklyn-based creative agency Madwell recently hired Adam Levite as its new creative director and Frank Zoller as its first media director.
Levite will work closely with chief creative officer, Chris Sojka to evolve the company’s creative strategy and production. Zoller will report to chief executive officer David Eisenman and is charged with optimizing client media allocations and ensuring that media is fully integrated into the agency offering.
Both will also play key roles in driving the company’s national expansion with a new office in Boulder, Colorado and west coast clientele, as well as the current roster. Levite and Zoller are based in Madwell’s Brooklyn headquarters.
“Creativity and client needs have always been at the center of everything we do, but as we’ve expanded our core offerings, it has become more important than ever to have the proper talent in place to really thrive,” says Sojka. “The experience Levite and Zoller bring from their industry knowledge will be invaluable as we grow the business and transform our offerings and strategies,” says Eisenman.
Levite brings 20 years of diverse experience in the creative field as a designer, director and creative director. Prior to Madwell he was at Ghost Robot and Interstate. Early in his career Levite worked as a music video director for some of the top talent in the industry. Levite has directed everyone from The National, to Interpol, Regina Spektor and Beck.
Zoller has been working in the media field for 20 plus years, having worked at both media and full service agencies. Prior to Madwell, Zoller was media director at Horizon Media, PHD, and Wieden + Kennedy.