Reed Collins leaves JWT

Reed Collins

Reed Collins, the former national chief creative officer of the now-defunct The Campaign Palace, has moved back to the US, Mumbrella understands.

Collins moved over to JWT Sydney’s creative department after The Palace was folded into its sister WPP creative agency in June.

A JWT staffer confirmed that Collins had left the agency.

He is rumoured to be moving back to the US to re-join former agency Leo Burnett where he spent nine years of his career – although the agency has denied this is the case.

Collins joined The Palace in January last year, taking over from Paul Fishlock, who is currently involved in legal proceedings with his former employers over the terms of his exit.

Collins’ career involves stints at Lowe in the UK, TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris in South Africa and Publicis Mojo in Sydney, where he began his career.


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