We’ve received confirmation that Tony Cordero, who left Tribal DDB San Francisco as we mentioned yesterday, has joined up with the Bay Area office of global firm, frog, formerly Frog Design (thanks to you, commentariat). Cordero started on Monday and has taken on the role of creative director at the design-oriented shop, which counts offices from Amsterdam to Vinnytsya. Yes, Vinnytsya. поздравления, mon frer.
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Well, now you know. We’ve received confirmation that Tony Cordero (pictured), who joined as executive creative director at Tribal DDB San Francisco, is no longer with the agency. Cordero split from Tribal’s Chicago office and headed to the network’s Bay Area branch back in December 2008 and subsequently oversaw creative across the agency’s client roster that includes/included Clorox, McAfee and SunPower. During his five-year stint at Tribal DDB’s Windy City locale, Cordero led client work for the likes of Anne Klein, LensCrafters and Nine West.
We’ve been told that Cordero has been replaced by Keith Ciampa, who previously served as a creative director at Goodby and worked on campaigns for Yahoo among others.