Bullseye appoints Amnesia's Lyndon Hale

By By Wenlei Ma | 20 July 2012
Bullseye creative director Lyndon Hale.

Bullseye has recruited Amnesia Razorfish executive creative director Lyndon Hale as creative director.

Hale leaves Amnesia after a year and a half. Prior to that, he co-founded Tongue and has worked at RMG Connect and Wheel/LBi in London.

He comes on board during a growth period for Bullseye and replaces Marcus Brooke who left the agency a couple of months ago.

Bullseye managing director 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 said: “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.”

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