CreativeRace hires former Social Chain Creative Director

Independent, integrated Leeds-based agency CreativeRace has announced the appointment of Tim Donald as Executive Creative Director, further strengthening their team following a number of key hires over the past 6 months.

Formerly of Social Chain, Tim has extensive experience across a number of major London agencies including Mother and VCCP. He’s worked with high-profile brands including Beats by Dre, KFC, Johnnie Walker, Nike and Sonos.

Tim has also been at key agencies Anyways and 101 London, and his work includes the Arla Protein ‘20 for 20 Challenge’, GAME ‘Gamerclaus’ Christmas campaign and Johnnie Walker ‘The Man Who Walked Around the World’ feature documentary.

Rob Shaw, CEO at CreativeRace commented “We’re delighted to continue to deliver on our commitment to recruit the very best talent and combine them into the fully integrated offering at CreativeRace. Tim’s breadth of experience from design and advertising to digital and social will enhance our already leading creative outputs across a full-service offering.”

Speaking about his new venture, Tim said, “I’m really excited to be joining an agency with such an amazing pedigree. CreativeRace are incredibly ambitious and really focussed on building something truly unique, so I’m looking forward to being part of that journey.”

About CreativeRace

CreativeRace is an independent marketing agency, that works on national and international integrated campaigns for clients including ASDA, Greggs, Crown Paints and Planet-U. For more information on CreativeRace’s work or plans for the future please contact Lauren Blackburn, Marketing Manager, Lauren.Blackburn@creativerace.co.uk

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