AnalogFolk promotes Jonny Sycamore and Emily Entwisle

Creative agency AnalogFolk has promoted Jonny Sycamore to the newly created role of client service director and Emily Entwisle to operations director.

Sycamore and Entwisle’s appointments reflect their contributions to the agency’s new client wins including Hyundai, Curtin University, TAL and Rekorderlig and significant pieces of work for Canon, Pernod-Ricard, and Palmer’s.

Jonny Sycamore, Emily Entwisle and MD Matt Robinson

The pair have both been with AnalogFolk for six years and are members of its management board. Sycamore steps up from his position as client partner while Entwisle was previously project director and head of production.

Entwisle is also a member of AnalogFolk’s Global Diversity and Inclusion Committee. In her new role, Entwisle will focus on driving collaboration amongst AnalogFolk’s global network and improving the agency’s efficiency.

Matt Robinson, managing director of AnalogFolk Sydney, said of the promotions: “Despite the challenges, we’ve had a big 12 months, welcoming new clients, new team members, and a new office space built for collaboration. Over the last six years, Em and Jonny have been invaluable partners to me, but more importantly, to our clients and these promotions reflect their contribution to not only the business, but to the culture and purpose of AnalogFolk.”


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