Experience makes two appointments in sales and production

Creative production agency based in Vauxhall has hired a production manager and head of new business.

David Quigley
David Quigley

Experience, the Vauxhall-based creative production agency, has made two new hires in production and sales.

David Quigley joins Experience from Lodestar as a production manager. He has seven years experience in the live events industry, working on a wide variety of conferences, awards and exhibitions for brands including O2, Panasonic and Pepsi.

"I enjoy the variety of work as a production manager and the unique challenges it brings," said Quigley. "I’m looking forward to building on that with Experience and making everything happen seamlessly!"

This appointment continues a period of growth for the south-London agency approaching its 10th birthday, following the appointment in late 2017 of James Brine to head up new business. Brine began his career in events in 2000, organising ski & snowboard championships in the French alps for the Royal Navy, before moving into luxury corporate events such as the Grand Prix Ball at Monaco and Silverstone. 

Brine commented: "I’m delighted to be spreading the word about Experience’s capabilities as a creative production agency. I love getting to know our future clients’ needs and then partnering with them to deliver genuinely top-class live events."

Agency co-founder Mark Griffith said: "We are very excited to welcome James and David at what is a new stage in the development of the business. With the emergence of new and innovative events across all sectors, the wealth of knowledge they both bring will allow us to grow and offer a greater value of service to our existing clients."

James Brine

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