There must be something in the thin air in Boulder because Crispin has been on a hiring spree in the last few months, whether it be welcoming back alums or enticing established creatives. The latest to join the fold is Adam Chasnow, who is returning to the U.S. after spending the last five years as a CD at 180 Amsterdam, where he led the agency’s efforts for Amstel Beer and Motorola, as well as pan-European efforts for HTC and GM’s Opel brand.
Chasnow, who also led the team that landed 180 the Sony Electronics U.S. business that resulted in the opening of 180LA, made the rounds at several established agencies prior to joining said shop, from serving as VP/ACD at Cliff Freeman & Partners and a copywriter at the NYC offices of McCann and DDB.
At Crispin, Chasnow will now assume the post of group creative director.
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