TEQUILA\Singapore hires digital media specialist Prentice Porter as Senior Art Director

PRentice Porter.jpgInternational digital design award-winner, Prentice Porter, has joined TEQUILA\Singapore as Senior Art Director.

A specialist in digital media, interactive design, motion graphics, visual effects and 3D animation, Porter has won numerous prestigious awards, including two Young Guns bullets, a Gold at The Best Design Awards, a Silver Effie, a Cannes Gold Lion and Adfest's Innova Lotus.

Porter joins TEQUILA\ Singapore from TEQUILA\Sydney, where he spent a year as Senior Digital Designer. He also previously worked with TEQUILA and SHIFT (also part of the TBWA network), in New Zealand.

"Prentice will be invaluable to our team, not only from a client perspective, but also internally for our young team members who will benefit greatly from his wealth of experience," said Brent Farrell, Managing Director of TEQUILA\Singapore.

"His ability to weave an exceptional understanding of user experience into work that is contextual, beautiful and engaging, helps us continue to address the fast-changing user habits around the world, across different devices," Farrell added.

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