ECD Jeremy Craigen Leaves DDB London After 25 Years

by Michela Galante , AdForum

After 25 years with the agency, Jeremy Craigen is leaving DDB London.

Craigen has served as executive creative director for the Volkswagen account and global executive committee member since 2012, as well as chair of DDB’s European creative council starting the year prior. He arrived at DDB back in 1990 as a junior copywriter, working his way up the agency ladder until being appointed executive creative director in 2005.

“Back in 1990, I joined what I believed to be the best agency in the world, BMP DDB Needham,” Craigen told Campaign Brief. “Now, just shy of 25 years later, I find myself leaving what I believe to be the best agency in the world, adam&eveDDB…But now it is time to go and find some exciting new challenges outside of the world of Paddington.” Read more:

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