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Posts Tagged ‘Paul Sutton’

Friday Morning Stir

-This Science World spot, “Positively Painful,” from Rethink (video above) was deemed too violent for TV. link

-Director of Digital Production Paul Sutton will be stepping down at JWT New York.

-R/GA visualizes where cannabis dispensaries could open in New York City. link

-Merkley+Partners enlists Jon Hamm in “The Worst of the Road” for the 2015 Mercedes-Benz ML 350. link

-A look at ads from New York magazine’s October, 1969 issue. link

-Media organizations are increasingly adding chief programmatic officers. link

-Facebook is ending the free ride for brands. link

-LGBT marketing arrives in China. link

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Sutton Splits for JWT

While we’re on the CP+B topic, might as well tell you that Paul Sutton, who rejoined the Boulder operation after two years at 180LA, has once again left, this time for a director of digital production gig at JWT. Mike Geiger, JWT’s president/chief integration officer, seems excited about the latest hire, saying in a statement, “I am thrilled to have Paul join us here at JWT. He is not only one of the most talented producers I know but also someone who will help us bring our creative vision to life in the digital space. His knowledge and passion will definitely be a huge asset for us.”

During his four-year stint at CP+B, Sutton worked on accounts including Baby Carrots, Best Buy, Burger King, Coke Zero, Jell-O, Kraft Macaroni & Cheese, Microsoft and Old Navy.