Amnesia Razorfish has lost its creative director less than a month after the departure of the agency’s CEO.
CD Lyndon Hale today departed Amnesia only eight months after being unveiled in the role. He moves into an executive creative director role at rival digital agency Bullseye.
His moves also comes less than a month after Michael Buckley departed as CEO.
The changes at the top end came after what appeared to be a relatively stable period for Amnesia. Last year, the high turnover of staff at the agency became a major talking point on Mumbrella comment threads.
Hale, who co-founded strategy agency Tongue, starts his new role on Monday.
Bullseye MD Jason Davey said: “We’re thrilled to be bringing on a creative director of the calibre and creative credentials of Lyndon. I think he’ll be a fantastic fit for Bullseye and our clients.”
Hale added: “I found I had a good connection with the management team at Bullseye from the get go. I’m very drawn to the structure of their business and the potential it holds for someone like myself, offering a real opportunity to make a difference both to the business and style of creative work for Bullseye clients.”
“They have smart people in the company, interesting clients and very good relationships with them… three of the most important ingredients for getting great work through to completion. I’m really looking forward to it.”
It is unclear when Hale departed Amnesia.