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BBH NY Promotes Able, Yu to Creative Directors

BBH New York has promoted Nate Able and Caprice Yu to creative directors. If the names don’t ring a bell, perhaps the respective campaigns that the creatives have worked on in recent times will. Able, who joined BBH NY last year from what is now twofifteenmccann, most recently served as ACD on Axe’s “Susan Glenn” effort while Yu was an art director on the multi-award-winning Google Chrome campaign that included “Dear Sophie” and “It Gets Better.”

Along with her two tours of duty at BBH NY (the first lasted four years), Yu has honed her craft at CP+B and 180 Amsterdam during her career. Able, meanwhile, served as an art director on the “Believe” campaign for Halo 3 while at twofifteenmccann (then T.A.G.).  Now as creative directors at BBH, Yu will help lead the Cole Haan and Google teams while Able will do the same for Johnnie Walker and UNICEF.

 

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