In the Company of Huskies has added six new hires to its pack as the agency expands its creative capacity following a number of new account wins and top industry awards last year, including the Grand Prix at the ADFX 2018 Awards.
Damian Hanley, Creative Director said: “The new creatives, along with Huskies recently expanded social team, will be key to building on last year’s success. The agency is focused on having the best talent doing the best work that delivers results for our clients. The new creatives are all very talented and brilliant people to have around, and I am looking forward to creating exciting work with them.”
Amongst the new hires is Ross Giles who joins Huskies as Senior Art Director from Publicis Dublin where he worked on the award-winning “It’s worth thinking about” campaign for Bord Gáis Energy. Giles also worked on accounts for Virgin Mobile, TG4, Ladies GAA and SPAR.
Laura Rice has also joined Huskies. She previously worked with Vocal and The Public House and is a former winner of the Irish Cannes Young Lions competition and has worked with clients such as Ryanair, Paddy Power and Jameson.
Elsewhere Nicole McMahon has returned to the agency as senior designer while Greg Colley joins from BBDO Dublin, where he worked with a wide variety of clients including the Road Safety Authority, Sony Pictures, Guinness, Carlsberg and Carphone Warehouse.
Gavin Feiritéar, meanwhile, joins as a designer from the software company 3D4Medical while Cillian Kenny, an advertising graduate, also joins the agency.