ECD Jeremy Taine resigns from Ogilvy

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  • October 14, 2009
  • StopPress Team

Jeremy Taine has resigned as executive creative director at Ogilvy effective 12 November. Basil Christensen and Damon O’Leary have been named as joint executive creative directors and will oversee Ogilvy’s national creative department.

Jeremy joined Ogilvy when the company he owned with Roy Meares, MTC, was acquired. Over the last three years, Ogilvy’s creative profile and reputation has been showcased and awarded, much of this due to Jeremy’s talent. Most recently Ogilvy was awarded gold Effies for Best in Show and Sustained Success.

“I'm genuinely thrilled with this new creative leadership team and am very much looking forward to working with them as we capitalise on the foundation Jeremy and Roy helped establish,” states Ogilvy managing director Greg Partington.

Some of Taine's work below:

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