After spending nearly 15 months at what is now FCB L.A., Michael Bryce has left the agency, sources familiar with the matter confirm. Bryce, whose last day at FCB was Friday, joined the agency as executive creative director at the beginning of 2013 following a yearlong CD stint at 72andSunny, where he worked on campaigns for Samsung GS II and Activision. During his time at FCB, meanwhile, Bryce led creative efforts for the likes of Levi’s, Dockers and Nabi.
The creative vet, though, spent the majority of his career at Deutsch LA (14 years, give or take), where he last served as EVP/group creative director and managed the agency’s U.S. Playstation account while leading work for clients such as CiCi’s Pizza, DirecTV and TGIFridays along the way. No word yet on replacement plans at FCB, etc, but we’ll likely fill in the blanks soon enough.