Jack Morton expands creative team

Global agency Jack Morton Worldwide has appointed an SVP executive creative director as part of an ongoing expansion of its creative team.

Damian Ferrar, new svp executive creative director for Jack Morton
Damian Ferrar, new svp executive creative director for Jack Morton

Damian Ferrar will take on the role of leading the team’s creative offering with immediate effect, based in the agency’s London office.

He joins Jack Morton from R/GA and has more than 20 years’ experience in the industry working with clients including BT, Ford, Jaguar Land Rover, Shell, Canon, Heineken, Nike, Unilever, Samsung and Siemens.

Jack Morton recently expanded its creative department in addition to delivering Wella's TrendVision 2016. 


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Commenting on the new appointment, Bruce Henderson, chief creative officer, Jack Morton Worldwide said: "Damian’s prolific creative talents will be a great boon to our team. The opportunity to explore new creative horizons under his leadership is sure to open up an exciting new chapter, as we work together to create extraordinary experiences for our clients. Damian replaces Tim Elliott, our recently retired ECD, who has been at Jack Morton for 37 years and is a tough act to follow."

Speaking about his new role, Ferrar said: "Jack Morton has a fantastic reputation throughout the industry as an innovative and forward-thinking creative agency.  I couldn’t be more excited to join a team that is as committed to delivering game-changing creative solutions as I am."


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Jack Morton expands its US teams with five senior appointments

Jack Morton China appoints new managing director

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