Two for 215 McCann: SF agency brings home creative directors Nichole Geddes and Brad Meyers

Creative directors Nichole Geddes and Brad Meyers join San Francisco's 215 McCann team. / 215 McCann

San Francisco-based 215 McCann has announced the appointments of Nichole Geddes and Brad Meyers as creative directors.

Nichole Geddes arrives at 215 McCann from Heat, where she was a creative director on various projects for EA Sports, Hotwire, Ubisoft, Bank of the West, Dolby and The San Francisco AIDS Foundation. Most notably, she worked on the five-minute faux trailer for “Madden the Movie,” an action-filled parody that was acclaimed in and out of the sports arena.

Prior to her 7 years at Heat, she worked at Seattle’s now-closed Wexley School for Girls, designing and art directing for clients like Microsoft, Intel, Sephora, Seattle Sounders FC, and The Gates Foundation.

Brad Meyers joins 215 McCann from DigitasLBi San Francisco, where he served as group creative director on projects for Taco Bell, PlayStation, Pirch, and PlayStation Vue. Meyers began his career as a copywriter at TracyLocke and moved through the creative ranks at Tribal DDB and FCB, on digital work for Pepsi, Dockers, Milk-Bone, and PlayStation into the 2000s.

“Nichole and Brad are two great people with energy and enthusiasm to match their talent. We can’t wait to see what they do here,” said Scott Duchon, chief creative officer at 215 McCann.

Kelly Johnson, President, 215 McCann, said: “The agency is enjoying some real momentum this year, and we look forward to Nichole and Brad making a real impact on our clients’ business and continuing our storytelling tradition in innovative ways and places.”

215 McCann has been busy on the creative front, unveiling new work for MLB's San Francisco Giants — where the team's stars live out alternate lives as fans.

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