More NewsEuro RSCG 4D Fills Two Top Posts

Euro RSCG 4D Fills Two Top Posts

The agency hires an executive creative director and a managing director to its New York office.

Euro RSCG 4D has made two top-level hires in its New York offices. Ken Hamm was brought in as executive creative director, and Jane Barratt as managing director.

Hamm will fill a newly-created position and oversee creative development in offices across six U.S. cities. He brings experience across all marketing channels, including TV, mobile phones, digital signage, online advertising, and Web site creation.

Most recently, he was executive creative director at R/GA where he oversaw all online advertising and was co-creative director on all Nike Web development. His portfolio includes work on New Balance, Verizon, Bank of America, Voom, Purina, Citicorp, Banana Republic, and British Airways. Hamm is also a feature film writer and director who has authored three screenplays.

As managing director, Jane Barratt will oversee 4D’s New York office. She has been at Euro RSCG Worldwide for nine years, first in Australia and later with the agency’s operation in Hong Kong, where she eventually became managing director. Since last year, she’s been brand director on the Intel account. She’s done work on Worldcom, CNN, Dell, Philips and Citibank.

New accounts at Euro RSCG 4D include Diageo, GlaxoSmithKline, Aetna, Harrah’s, Sprint, and Bath and Body Works.

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