Derrick Kim joins Colman Rasic in Sydney

dk 5.jpgAward winning creative Derrick Kim has been appointed creative director at Sydney agency, Colman Rasic.

Kim has previously worked in Singapore at BBDO. The new role will see Kim head up the Korean Tourism Organization account.

Says Dejan Rasic, ECD at Colman Rasic: "Derrick is an incredibly intuitive guy. He's a natural problem solver and we're really happy to have his brain at Colman Rasic. He just got a really good haircut too."

Kim's work has been exhibited at the Australian Centre for Photography and has been published in the book 'Advertising is dead. Long live advertising' by Thames and Hudson. He has been recognised at leading international advertising shows including Cannes, D&AD and One Show.

Kim started his career at Mojo Sydney and has since spent time at Mojo Auckland and BBDO Singapore, where he worked on the regional Visa and KFC business.

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