TMW rewards creative teams

bowermanTullo Marshall Warren has boosted its creative department, with a number of senior promotions, in recognition of the high quality of work being produced.
Jeff Bowerman (pictured) has been promoted from senior art director to deputy creative director. He has been the driving creative force behind one of TMW’s biggest digital accounts – Infiniti. Audrey Chiang, who worked as a creative artworker for four years, has been promoted to senior creative artworker. She has embraced the online arena, working on brands such as Comfort, Persil, Bertolli and Sainsbury’s.
Creative duo George Bell and Tom Harman have been promoted to senior art director and senior copywriter. The pair, who returned to TMW in the summer of 2009 after just three months at Rapier, were previously art worker and copywriter. They have worked on numerous pitch wins, including Lipton’s and Guinness.
In addition, Ian Fryer takes up a new role as lead designer. He has worked on a range of accounts, including Nissan, Guinness and Royal Mail’s MMC website. Richard Shepherd, formerly a designer, has been promoted to senior designer.
TMW managing director Chris Freeland said: “Our creative department continues to go from strength to strength, producing some fantastic award winning work across our client base. It’s a pleasure to be able to recognise their contribution and reward them for all their hard work.”

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