BBH Singapore appoints Red Bull's Tim Lindley as managing partner for Black Sheep Studios

TIM LINDLEY.jpgBBH Singapore has expanded its content offering with the appointment of Tim Lindley as Managing Partner, Black Sheep Studios. Lindley will lead the growth and development of Black Sheep Studios, expanding it from an already successful production company into a best in class content and entertainment business.

Lindley (pictured) joins from Red Bull, where he was most recently Head of Owned Media and Communications for Asia, and previously headed the Digital, Communications and Red Bull Media House teams in the United Kingdom.

Black Sheep Studios also further strengthens its production capabilities with the appointment of Jonathan Gerard as Head of Production. Gerard is an experienced producer, bringing with him over 12 years of content production experience across the APAC region.
Lindley said, "The convergence of advertising and entertainment has created a huge opportunity for brands to create stronger and more valuable connections with their audiences. I am hugely excited to lead this new venture, and I am looking forward to bringing these opportunities to our clients at Black Sheep Studios."

Since 2014, Black Sheep Studios has produced over 500 productions from Singapore with current clients including Nike, Uber, Google and most recently, Red Bull.

John Hadfield, CEO BBH Singapore said, "With the hires of Tim and Jonathan and a Client list that are simply the best in the business, it's a natural step to extend our production capability into a broader content studio."

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