We can’t remember the last time we heard from the Wunderman camp (oh yeah, sorry). But now, the news shifts to the West Coast as the WPP/Y&R division has bumped up group creative director Craig Evans to ECD. Evans has spent over seven years at both Y&R and Wunderman, initially joining the former in 2004 before heading to the latter in 2010. Now, as head of creative at Wunderman West, he will lead up work for clients including Southwest Airlines and Invisalign at a network that counts offices in Irvine, San Francisco as well as Seattle.
During his career, Evans not only co-authored a book called Marketing Mojo, but co-led San Diego-based shops of his own such as Matthews|Evans|Albertazzi and Big Bang Idea Engineering. As one would expect, Evans’s boss, Wunderman West managing director Dan Olson, speaks highly of his new creative lead, saying in a statement that the ECD is “…unquestionably the hardest-working man in advertising – and one of the smartest. He’s a bit of a mad scientist – able to quickly dissect a problem and deliver astounding solutions that engage people.”
In case you were wondering, Evans is taking over for Anthony DiBiase, who moved on to a brief stint at CHI & Wunderman in Minneapolis, but is no longer with the agency.
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