DAVID Miami has hired Jose Sancho as associate creative director. Sancho will soon join DAVID’s Miami office from Madrid where he’ll be teaming with Curtis Caja, an award-winning ACD, who was responsible for the Cannes Grand Prix winner “Burning Stores” for Burger King.
One of the most awarded creatives in Spain, Sancho has worked on national and global accounts for brands like Burger King, Renault, Unilever (Cornetto, Magnum, Funny Feet) and Rexona, among others. Prior to DAVID Miami, Sancho had a six-year run at LOLA MullenLowe in Madrid where he was known for award-sweeping work including the “Scary Clown” campaign for Burger King and “The Hidden Flag.” He’s been awarded at many major industry festivals including Cannes, D&AD, Clios, The One Show, Andys, and the Effies.
DAVID’s global chief creative officer Pancho Cassis said, “Scary Clown’s copywriter meets Burning Stores’ art director. What else can I say? Jose is a tremendous asset and we’re excited to have him joining forces with Curtis. They will definitively help push our clients to new creative heights.”
“Between building my own skateboards and solving bizarre Rubik’s cubes, I’m always looking for a challenge, so it was inevitable that I would want to join the DAVID team,” said Sancho. “They’re known for the most cutting-edge creativity in the industry and I’m looking forward to help our clients create impactful work in this incredibly competitive market.”
Before his tenure at LOLA MullenLowe, Sancho was at Publicis Madrid and Y&R London.
The appointment of Sancho comes on the heels of DAVID Miami hiring Ricardo Honegger as managing director and Paula Vampré as the shop’s first-ever global chief strategy officer.