Movings/Shakings: 24 May

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  • May 24, 2019
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Movings/Shakings: 24 May

Ready to make some noise

Rob Graves-Morris has recently departed London, England to join Colenso BBDO as a senior copywriter.

Over the past year, he has been freelancing for Ogilvy London and more recently, Brooklyn Brothers, creating work for MINI, Jaguar and global work for Castrol. Prior to this, Graves-Morris was at M&C Saatchi where he won D&AD awards, British Arrows, Creative Circles, and LIAs for Transport for London’s ‘Think Slow’ campaign. While there, he was also awarded for his work on Surfers Against Sewage and Royal Mail.

He's also been recognised for his film for Time To Change — The Stand Up Kid. The film was awarded, and later adapted for the stage.

About the move, Graves-Morris says he's keen to contribute to Colenso's positive noise.

"There’s also a big entrepreneurial spirit here, so it seems like the ideal place for me to grow, even if I’m not ready for fermented cuisine quite yet.”

Levi Slavin, chief creative officer at Colenso adds: “Rob is a truly innovative thinker, with a passion for launching and building brands. We’re thrilled to have him join us.”

A helping hand

oOh!Media has announced the appointment of Timothy Miles, as an independent non-executive director to the media company.

Based in Auckland, Miles, has extensive public company experience including currently as a non-executive director of New Zealand listed Genesis, Nyriad, UDC finance and is chair of the Gut Cancer Foundation.

He has previously held various senior leadership roles including as chief executive officer of Spark Digital, Managing Director of listed agricultural services group PGG Wrightson, chief executive officer of Vodafone New Zealand and chief executive of Vodafone UK.

Get in touch

Georgie Hills, general manager of corporate communications, has left TVNZ.

The primary contact for TVNZ media queries will be corporate communications manager Rachel Howard.

Howard's currently working across both our Corporate Communications and Publicity teams.

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