Wednesday, March 21, 2007


M&C Saatchi has made some significant changes in its creative offering in the Sydney office with a number of key promotions.
The first promotion is Ben Welsh (pictured), who becomes executive creative director after eight years at the agency.
In addition, the agency now has three creative directors: Michael Andrews, Oliver Devaris and Graham Johnson.
All three will continue to have responsibility for individual clients, with Devaris and Johnson continuing their high profile work for LA clients including San Diego Zoo as well as the Sydney agencies biggest clients.
Said Tom McFarlane, regional creative director: “These are exceptional creatives who have a great history together. I’ve been working with Ben for 12 years, Oli and Graham have been together at M&C Saatchi for more than six years, Michael and Ben have worked her together for more than five years.
“The beauty of these guys is that they are grown ups and can deal with big clients as well as create great work. They are responsible for the overall output from the creative department and their influence, talent and guidance for all teams is invaluable.”


Anonymous Anonymous said...

mellfidBen's talent almost matches his beauty. He is a truly handsome man. Oli is also a good looking guy. Graham and Michael are both nice guys.

4:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Uh, San Diego is in San Diego. Not L.A. Congrats to all.

10:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, that's insightful analysis 4:39. You're a real firecracker. More please!

12:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gee, I bet Graham and Michael will be devastated that they've only been described as nice guys, not good looking. This blog is really at the cutting edge!

12:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


The LA office is in LA not San Diego even though one of their clients is the SD Zoo. Hope that clears things up smartie.

8:35 AM  
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9:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congrats all.
It's rare that talent and 'niceness' combine in this game anymore, but here you have it in multiples.
Everyone knows that it filters down from the top.

10:56 PM  

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