Wunderman Sydney has bolstered its creative department with former BMF staffers Jun Harada as head of art and Jackie-Lee Brayley as digital designer.
Harada previously collaborated with Wunderman national executive creative director Matt Batten at BMF. Harada worked at BMF from 2004 until earlier this year and was most recently brand activation creative director.
Brayley also joined from BMF as digital designer. At the Enero-owned agency, Brayley was lead designer on Commonwealth Bank's 'Investorville' campaign which won awards at AIMIA, AWARD, ADMA and Caples. She will work across Coca-Cola, Pringles and Schick at Wunderman.
Batten said: “Jun's broad experience is the perfect complement to our creative department and, having worked with him before, I've seen firsthand how much he applies himself to producing great work.
“And Jackie's a great find who has built incredible depth in digital over a relatively short time. She's exactly what I've been looking for to help push our online work even further.”
In the past few years, Wunderman has grown to well over 100 staff and worked on campaigns such as Coca-Cola's 'Share a Coke'.
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