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More growth means more talent at Mr B & Friends

Published on Wednesday, 13th December 2017, contributed by Mr B & Friends

Brand, creative and digital agency Mr B & Friends has been boosted by two appointments to its creative team this month.

Art Director, Holly Lampe joined the team this week while Jim Pyett has recently taken the role of Senior Copywriter.

Holly comes from Leeds where she was Art Director at MRL and Home Agency for three years working on TV campaigns with brands such as Jet2, Elizabeth Shaw and Carphone Warehouse. She says, “I had been wanting to move to Bristol for a couple of years, but it wasn’t until I found Mr B & Friends that I really got excited about the move! I can’t wait to see what great things we’ll do.”

Copywriter Jim cut his teeth working at top London agencies including Weapon7, Iris Worldwide, DesignStudio and Bibliotheque before leaving behind the city for the West Country. Out West Jim has worked for e3, followed by a stint at Dyson as part of the advertising team for the launch of the Supersonic hairdryer. He’s excited to be heading back to agency life at Mr B & Friends and says he was attracted to the agency by the clients, culture and quality of work.

Steve Richardson, Executive Creative Director at Mr B & Friends, says, “We’ve had a brilliant year, with our move to Bristol and several exciting clients coming on board. Content and bold ideas are everything in an agency like ours, so to bring Jim and Holly into the team is a fantastic way to finish 2017, and will help kick-start 2018 for us.”