Star Aussie creatives Lisa Fedyszyn + Jonathan McMahon score ACD roles at Droga5 New York

aussiesdroga (1).jpgMulti-awarded Aussie expat creative directors Lisa Fedyszyn and Jonathan McMahon - who departed Whybin\TBWA, Auckland in February - have scored plum associate creative director roles at Droga5, New York.

Says Fedyszyn: "It's fantastic to be working in such an amazing agency, surrounded by so many talented people. They're growing every day and to be a part of it is extremely exciting."

In February 2013 then Whybin\TBWA Auckland's chief creative officer Toby Talbot snared the pair out of his former agency DDB New Zealand, offering them joint CD roles.

In April 2010,Talbot, then ECD at DDB, hired the pair from Colenso BBDO, Auckland, where that had been a star team for three and a half years. The team, ranked #1 in the world on Bestads over the last decade, has been recognised extensively in New Zealand and overseas at D&AD, Cannes, Clio, London International Awards, The One Show and Young Guns.

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Please Note said:

This is what a real creative team looks likeā€¦not the bullsh^%$# you see in Asia.

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