Avantgarde London hires creative duo

The agency's new creative team has worked with clients including BMW, Oreo, Visa and HSBC.

Zander Cox (left) and Marty Terzic
Zander Cox (left) and Marty Terzic

Brand experience agency Avantgarde has appointed creative team Zander Cox and Marty Terzic.

Cox and Terzic join Avantgarde London from DDB, and previously worked together at FCB Inferno and Saatchi & Saatchi across global clients including BMW, Oreo, Visa, HSBC, Mercedes-Benz, Betway and Huawei. 

The pair will focus on idea generation and new business opportunities at Avantgarde London. 

"Avantgarde gives Zander and I the platform to create full immersive experiences that have storytelling at the heart of every project, giving people the opportunity to not just hear about the story, but to actually live it," said Marty Terzic, art director at Avantgarde London. 

Zander Cox, creative copywriter at Avantgarde London, added: "We always strive to bring these stories to people in a way that means they can be immersed and active within them."

Steve Austen-Brown, creative director at Avantgarde London, said: "Marty and Zander join Avantgarde London as our first creative team. They bring with them bags of enthusiasm, courage to challenge the norms and a unique narrative voice which adds a new dimension to our creative offering."

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