We’ve received confirmation that Aaron Griffiths, who’s spent the last two years at ArnoldNYC, where he served as chief creative officer for clients including St. Ives, has parted ways with the agency. In a statement, Arnold camp says, “We appreciate the creative vision Aaron brought to the agency and his many contributions. We wish him much success in his new endeavor and look forward to opportunities to work again in the future.” From what we’ve been told by sources familiar with the matter, the CCO transition period will take some time and while ArnoldNYC evaluates, no decision is to made as of right now. To recall, Griffiths partnered with the likes of John Staffen as co-CCO before taking over as sole CCO last year.
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