Saatchi X chief takes top Kitcatt Nohr creative job

TimCleggKitcatt Nohr has lured Saatchi & Saatchi X creative chief Tim Clegg to succeed Ben Golik as executive creative director.
Golik, who had been at Kitcatt Nohr for over a decade, quit in October last year to become ECD at Rapp, working alongside Jason Andrews.
Clegg started his career in 1999 as an art director of Watch, a lifestyle magazine, before joining Chemistry in 2002, where he eventually rose to be creative group head.
In 2008, Clegg switched to Iris as a senior creative, leading the Philips global account. He has been at Saatchi & Saatchi X since December 2010, working on Diageo, Kerry Foods, Toyota, Nikon and The Marine Stewardship Council among others.
At Kitcatt Nohr, he will run the agency’s creative department and work across clients including Sky, Bupa Global and Macmillan Cancer Support.
Kitcatt Nohr managing director Hattie Whiting, who succeeded co-founder Vonnie Alexander late last year, said: “Tim’s breadth of experience and understanding of how to create ideas that shape people’s behaviour will add new perspective to building relationships worth having for our clients.”

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