Rhandell Rubio
Jul 19, 2011

Grey Hong Kong hires Kym Ma as creative director

HONG KONG - Grey Hong Kong has brought in Kym Ma to take on the reins of creative director, effective immediately.

Kym Ma joins Grey Hong Kong as Creative Director
Kym Ma joins Grey Hong Kong as Creative Director

Ma has jumped ship to Grey from his most previous stint as associate creative director at DDB. During his three years there, he  handled the accounts of McDonald's, Lipton, Volkswagen, Vita, Park N' Shop, Neutrogena, and Concordia.

He cut his teeth in the industry as an assistant art director at Chan Tsang Wong Chu & Mee Advertising Film, working on Carlsberg, Sun Hung Kai Properties, HSBC and KMB accounts.

Ma then moved on to 4As agencies, including a stint as an art director at TBWA Hong Kong. He then spent three years at Leo Burnett as a senior art director, which included clients such as  BenQ, Hang Seng Bank, Just Gold and the Cancer Fund.

"I'm delighted to welcome Kym to Grey and I believe we have found another great talent to help make Grey an even stronger creative force," commented Keith Ho, executive creative director at Grey Hong Kong.

Source:
Campaign China

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