Staff Writer
May 14, 2019

George P. Johnson Australia appoints creative director

New hire Emma Gill has 10 years of global brand experience including seven years in London-based experiential agency TRO.

Emma Gill, creative director, GPJ Australia
Emma Gill, creative director, GPJ Australia

George P. Johnson (GPJ) Australia has hired Emma Gill as creative director. Gill has 10 years of global brand experience across multiple categories internationally and in Australia, with clients including Mini, Adidas, Porsche, Shell and Diageo.

Her background includes roles as a designer with Sydney-based brand consultancy and design firm Landor and seven years with London-based experiential agency TRO, including more than three years as creative lead. Last year, Gill was honoured as one of IPM’s 30 under 30, which recognises young industry leaders in the UK.

Earlier this year, GPJ Australia announced the of win Tourism Western Australia’s experiential account.

Source:
CEI

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