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Wednesday Odds and Ends

So, what is Barbarian Group co-founder Benjamin Palmer‘s creative process like? link

-Biz dev consultant Michael Gass talks about how agencies should play consultant for new business efforts. link

-Speaking of the above department, Whitehouse Post has added Luis Ribeiro as new business developer on editorial, VFX and design. link

-McCann Health continues adding to staff as it’s now brought on former Omnicom SVP Susan Duffy as president of its New York-based unit, McCann Regan Campbell Ward.

-If you care to view, presenting your 93rd Annual ADC Awards Advertising and Interactive juries (well, after the jump). link

-And now, some more holiday generosity, this time from Amsterdam-based agency Achtung! (above).

-Following its Tumblr acquisition, is Yahoo now interested in acquiring photo-sharing site Imgur? link

-L.A.-based commercial prodco Furlined has added director Kristoffer Borgli to its roster.

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Martin Agency Announces ‘Creative Restructuring’

Now that he’s officially taken his CCO post at The Martin Agency, it looks like John Norman (right) is finally getting down to business. The Richmond, VA-based agency’s first creative lead in three decades unveiled a new group creative director tier at the agency, with veteran CDs Cliff Sorah, Joe Alexander, Steve Bassett, Delta hater Andy Azula and Nancy Hannon taking on additional responsibilities as GCDs, as will new additions Keith Cartwright and brothers Eric and Keith Tilford.

The aforementioned bros will also join forces with the agency’s studio and digital art leadership to create Design@Martin.  In a statement, Norman says, “We’re just re-assembling the parts to make it even more nimble, even more technologically forward and even more social–we’re going to work more in groups.” Along with the creative shifts, Martin Agency is also redesigning the 30,000+ square foot second floor of the agency to accommodate the new “surround the work” style.