Cogs & Marvel appoints creative director

Agency Cogs & Marvel, formerly Green Light Events, has appointed Shane Holohan as creative director.

Shane Holohan
Shane Holohan

The agency continues to expand its team following a rebrand in February, which also saw the opening of a new office in San Francisco.

Holohan brings experience from several varied positions to his new role. He has previously worked as art director at Owens DDB for nine years. His clients there included Carlsberg, Volkswagen, McDonalds, o2, Digifone, Aer Lingus, Esso, Cadbury, and Bord Failte.

Commenting on the new addition to the team, Cogs & Marvel CEO Dave Smyth, said: "Shane has joined us at an exciting time for the agency. Following our recent rebrand which reflects who we are now after 10 years as Green Light Events, Shane’s leadership will bring a new edge to Cogs & Marvel’s creativity offering. Having worked with the biggest international brands, Shane’s passion lies in bringing stories to life and experience to events."

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