Brian Storey quits Golley Slater

SONY DSCBrian Storey has quit as joint executive creative director at Golley Slater London – just a year after it merged with his agency Wand – bringing the curtain down on a 14-year creative partnership with Xanthos Christodoulou.
The duo first started working together at Brann London in 1999, and continued as creative directors when the agency merged with EHS to form EHS Brann (now Havas EHS).
Storey (pictured left) and Christodoulou (pictured, right) quit in July 2003 to join Joshua, working for Mitch Levy, before leaving to set up Wand with Ian Winton and Vidhu Kapur two years later.
The independent agency secured accounts from Schroders, Barings, Bensons for Beds and Peugeot. But when Winton departed in late 2011 to become managing director of Golley Slater’s London office, and Kapur switched to Ogilvy to head up creative services, Storey and Christodoulou forged a partnership with Inc Direct.
However, this did not work out and Winton eventually persuaded them to join him at Golley Slater last year.
Christodoulou remains at Golley Slater as creative planning director, while Storey is working on a freelance basis.
Neither was available for comment.

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