Leo Burnett expands creative department
Agency makes six new hires.
Leo Burnett London has welcomed six new people to its creative department, including creative team Dan Fryer and Gate Lambert; creatives Charlotte Prince and Loriley Sessions; senior creative Gary Lathwell; and art director Gareth Butters.
Fryer and Lambert were previously at Fold7 together, where they developed a taste for variety by working on everything from experiential stunts to fully-fledged 360 campaigns for the likes of Disney, Gumtree, Carlsberg and Audible.
Charlotte Prince and Loriley Sessions join the agency from The Corner, where they worked with the following clients: Coca-Cola, L’Oreal, Fuller’s and Open Table.
Gary Lathwell also arrives at the agency following 16 years’ worth of experience in various agencies; Havas, WCRS, Dare and AMV BBDO to name a few.
Gareth Butters has joined Leo Burnett as an art director following nine years in the industry at various shops including Grey, Crispin Porter + Bogusky and VCCP.