Createful appoint Brand Director

Digital agency Createful have announced their appointment of Jamie Homer (ex-Ferrier Pearce Creative Group) as their Brand Director with immediate effect.

Jamie brings a wealth of knowledge and depth of experience from his traditional and digital expertise having worked with an enviable agency and client list over his near 20 years in the creative industry.jamie_homer_c@2x

Working with regional, national and international clients, he has applied his deep knowledge of brand and digital creative processes, along with his business acumen, to provide clients with impactful, innovative and viable strategic and creative solutions. His portfolio of clients includes Sony, Thomson Reuters, Autism Wessex, Crest Nicholson, Notting Hill Housing and Poole Hospital Cancer Treatment Trust.

Kriss Bennett, Founder and Managing Director at Createful, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to bring Jamie on board as Createful’s Brand Director. We’ve recently had some really exciting project wins, so there really couldn’t be a better time for him to join the team. We’re looking forward to harnessing Jamie’s knowledge in branding and creative services, and sharing this with our clients”.

Jamie said: “My heart is in leading small teams of creatives and helping shape agency strategic decisions and direction. I love developing the teams I work with and helping them push their boundaries to really achieve the best that they can, and delivering innovative, on-brief solutions to help add value to clients. My own niches are brand strategy and implementation, UI / UX design and a side dish of typographic obsession. It’s been a very exciting time for Createful, who have seen a lot of expansion over the past year. I’m looking forward to being thrown into the deep end and getting involved in new projects, and delivering spectacular results to our clients”.

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