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Digitas UK Adds Senior Art Director Dani Brown and Senior Copywriter Alex Wood

The new talent will bolster creative thinking and digital ideas for Mondelez and Under Armour

Digitas UK Adds Senior Art Director Dani Brown and Senior Copywriter Alex Wood

Digitas UK has hired two new creatives, senior art director Dani Brown and senior copywriter Alex Wood. Reporting into chief creative officer Emma de la Fosse, Brown and Wood will work across all accounts with a particular focus on Mondelez, Voltaren and Under Armour. 

Brown and Wood start at Digitas in early March, and come directly from Atomic, where they were for just over four years. Prior to this, Brown and Wood were both at Isobar.

At Atomic, the creative duo garnered awards for their work including the D&AD Graphite Pencil for their work on The Royal Opera House and Campaign Press Ad of the Year for The i Newspaper. 

Emma de la Fosse, chief creative officer at Digitas UK, said: “We’ve got some enviable accounts at Digitas and Dani and Alex have exactly the right mix of creative skills to help realise our creative ambitions. They have an astute understanding of brands and their book is full of examples of how they’ve brought that knowledge to bear across the panoply of digital platforms and channels. What’s more, they are lovely people with no ego which makes them a great addition to our team.”

Dani Brown, senior art director and copywriter Alex Wood, Digitas UK, said: 'We're beyond thrilled to start working at Digitas under Emma. After a year of lockdown, we're all craving something new. There's some real cause for optimism this year, and we can't wait to ride this feeling and jump straight in (over webcam).’

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