The creative agency Boys and Girls, has made a number of key promotions with the agency that will strengthen its senior creative team.
Both John Kilkenny and Laurence O’Byrne have been appointed as creative director, each working on specific clients within the agency. They will work with Boys and Girls founding partner Rory Hamilton who has been promoted to executive creative director, the most senior creative role within the agency.
“Promoting John and Laurence is a reflection of the important contribution that both have made to the creative growth and development of the agency. Their award-winning work keenly reflects our philosophy of “daring simplicity” in what’s fast becoming one of our busiest ever years,” says Hamilton.
Laurence O’Byrne joined the agency in 2015 having previously worked with a number of agencies including Ogilvy, Grey Helme and Publicis. Kilkenny, meanwhile joined Boys and Girls in 2014 as head of art. Prior to joining the agency he worked with a number of agencies including Owens DDB and Publicis.
Clients of the agency include Three, Aldi, Dulux, Digicel, 123, Rabo, McDonnells, Britvic, Elaveand Skoda.