Paul Tilley teams with Alfa Aphrodita as joint executive creative director at Arcade Indonesia

PaulTilley.jpgTo bolster their creative firepower, Paul Tilley has joined Arcade Indonesia as co-executive creative director and will work along side Alfa Aphrodita in her current role as ECD and co-founder of Arcade.  

Aphrodita and Tilley (left) will split the current portfolio of 25 brands establishing a strong base from which to continue the agency's impressive run of outstanding creative work, growth and account wins.

Tilley, originally from Ireland, started his career by moving to the UK more than 25 years ago to join the famous GGT. After a very successful stint he moved to Australia to continue his success in a variety of multinational agencies including Lintas (now Lowe) and Euro RSCG.
It was at Lintas in Sydney where for the first time he partnered with the current CEO and co-founder of Arcade Indonesia, Gary Caulfield. Some years later they joined forces again to lead the global creative work for Singapore Airlines at Batey Ads in Singapore. 


Douglas said:

Top bloke, good hire..Gazza and Alfa!

Creative Intern Age 58 said:

A breakthrough and visionary approach once again...Buds hiring buds…how can you ever go wrong with that!

No Joke said:

Wah...Indo still can hire....heard they retrench 3 cd recently due to poor business in singapore.

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