DEPT® appoints Brad Stevens APAC executive creative director

By AdNews | 9 May 2024
Brad Stevens.

Digital agency DEPT has appointed Brad Stevens executive creative director for APAC .

In this newly created role, Stevens will spearhead creative endeavors across the APAC region, driving pioneering work, and fostering a culture of excellence for clients such as Grill’d, eBay, and Pit Viper.

With 20 years of experience, Stevens has worked with agencies including Enigma, M&C Saatchi, Landor (Paris Office), FutureBrand, and Six Black Pens.

He keeps brands like Spotify, Google, NAB, and Optus ahead of the curve by thinking big, pushing craft, and innovating with technology. 

DEPT® APAC SVP of creative and media Jason O’Donnell said Stevens brings a wonderful mix of craft excellence and disruptive thinking, which makes him the perfect fit to lead our creative team and output in the region.

"Brad will bolster our talented marketing team in Australia led by recently promoted VP of creative and media Jessica White. Together we’ll win clients’ hearts as we continue our growth across the Asia-Pacific region," he said.

In his role, Stevens will be responsible for delivering innovative and disruptive work for the agency’s clients. He will also serve as the face and voice of creativity for the team in Australia, collaborating closely with the leadership team to build processes and structures that elevate the quality of creative output.

Stevens said the decision was simple, DEPT®’s rapidly emerging as one of the fastest-growing digital agencies in the world, and he wanted in.

"I’m looking forward to creating world-class, groundbreaking solutions that harness the power of technology, ensuring brands are as dynamic and engaging as they can be," he said.

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