Creative agency London Advertising has appointed David Clark in the newly created role of ‘head of making it happen’.
Clark will report to London’s founder and creative director, Alan Jarvie, and has been tasked to bring the Agency’s wide-ranging creative ideas to fruition. Working across the agency’s global client portfolio - which includes Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group - Clark will oversee executions on every continent.
Clark started his advertising career at Farm where he was head of TV for 11 years, followed by a stint at FCB Inferno, before moving into animation as Executive Producer at A+C Studios. He has worked on with brands including BMW, Sky and Virgin.
Alan Jarvie said of the appointment: “We’re coming up with more and more non-traditional creative ideas. We needed someone brilliant to make them happen. David is that person. We’re delighted he’s chosen to join London.”
Clark commented: “I’ve always believed in the power of brilliant ideas, so when the chance came along to work with people that felt the same I just knew it was right. Looking after creatives’ ideas is a real privilege, and working at London will allow me to do this across all production disciplines and across the globe."
London Advertising is positioned to offer an alternative to the traditional agency network, working with clients on every continent from one London-based office.