Reed Collins to head Campaign Palace creative

Struggling ad agency The Campaign Palace has appointed Reed Collins – currently Leo Burnett Chicago’s ECD – as its national chief creative officer.

Collins, originally from Perth, has worked at agencies including Hunt Lascaris TBWA Johannesburg, Lowe Howard-Spink London and Cliff Freeman & Partners New York. His 15 year career began at Mojo in Sydney.  

Collins said: “As an Aussie, The Campaign Palace holds a special place in my heart. The opportunity to help reshape such an iconic shop was too great to pass up. I am extremely excited to be coming back home and to be teaming with my new partners.”

Campaign Palace – once an Australian creative agency powerhouse – is currently facing a review of its Domino’s Pizza account.

There were several changes of personnel at The Campaign Palace last year. National CEO Jacques Burger departed in July and Michelle Teague was brought in as MD of the Sydney office in September. Mark Mackay returned as executive chairman in June.


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