BMF adds five new members to its creative team

BMF has expanded its creative team with the hires of duos Leila Cranswick and David Roberts, and Roy Leibowitz and Chris Wilson, alongside creative Kiah Nicholas.

Cranswick, a senior art director, and Roberts, a senior creative, join from 303 Mullen Lowe Sydney, where they were an art director and associate creative director, respectively. Previously, Roberts spent four and a half years at TBWA Sydney.

The new additions at BMF: Kiah Nicholas, Roy Leibowitz, Leila Cranswick, David Roberts and Chris Wilson

The pair have worked on clients including Harley-Davidson, Budget Direct, TK Maxx and the Socceroos, and are known for their #StopTheViolence campaign, which addressed domestic violence in Australia.

Senior creative, Leibowitz, and senior art director, Wilson, have just ended a stint freelancing together at M&C Saatchi where they assisted in launching TAB’s new brand platform ‘Long May We Play’. The pair previously worked at Innocean Worldwide and Marcel Sydney.

Nicholas was previously at Clemenger BBDO Wellington, and has also spent three years at Host (now Host/ Havas).

Alex Derwin, BMF executive creative director, said the new additions are more than just thinkers.

“Leila, Dave, Roy, Chris and Kiah have proven track records of creating ideas that shift perceptions, change behaviour and resonate in culture. They’re not just thinkers, they’re makers, and we’re all over the moon that they’ve chosen BMF,” Derwin said.


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