CHEP promotes Amy Weston to ECD role

Amy Weston has joined the national creative leadership team at CHEP Network, following a promotion to executive creative director.

Weston has been at CHEP for seven years, and has been part of Clemenger Group since 2007 with roles at Clemenger BBDO Melbourne and Adelaide. She has been promoted from the role of creative director.


CHEP deputy chief creative officer, Glen Dickson, said: “Amy is a truly creative person. And a natural creative leader. She’ll do amazing things in her new role at CHEP – for our clients, our people and our work.”

Weston added: “It’s a pleasure to be recognised in this role and I’m excited to continue making world-class work with all the clever people at CHEP.

During her time at the agency, she has worked with clients including 7-Eleven, AGL, Mazda, TAC, Pernod Ricard, RACV and more.  

Weston was responsible for the recent Coffee Body Scrub by 7-Eleven, also turned t-shirts into road safety tools with RACV’s Booster Tag, and made young drivers fear social death more than actual death in MAC’s Lose your License.

She also recently joined The Aunties senior mentorship program, announced last week.



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