AnalogFolk London, the independent creative agency specialising in digital communications, has made a series of hires in Client Services as part of the agency’s continued growth.
Joanna Holdsworth (pictured) joins AnalogFolk London as a Client Partner from Huge where she was a Business Director running several accounts including Diageo and Fat Face. Before Huge she spent five years at AKQA as the global digital lead for Nike across Nike+, Sportswear and Football, which included the 2010 World Cup campaign 'The Chance'. At AnalogFolk Holdsworth will lead the Chivas Regal business. The agency was recently appointed by the luxury whisky brand to handle its global digital account.
AnalogFolk has also appointed Joe Walmsley and Marysia Collins as Associate Client Partners. Walmsley joins AnalogFolk London from AKQA New York, having previously worked at AKQA Amsterdam. During his career he has worked with numerous brands including Nike, Heineken, Anheuser Busch InBev and Mondelez. At AnalogFolk Walmsley will work on the Chivas account as well as the Desperados UK business.
Collins will work across the AkzoNobel retail business as well as Rockstar Energy Drink and joins AnalogFolk London from AKQA London where she worked on EDF, Orange and VW.
Holdsworth, Walmsley and Collins will report to Alec Boere, Client Services Director at AnalogFolk London.
Matt Law, Managing Director at AnalogFolk London, said: ‘We are delighted to have welcomed three exceptional talents in Joanna, Joe and Marysia to the agency. They share our vision whereby innovation is at heart of everything we do, and join at a very exciting time as we continue our strong growth both in the UK and internationally.’
Holdsworth added: ‘Joining such an agile team who continue to innovate is an exciting opportunity. I hope to bring my experience to add to their success going forward.’