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- Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015
Jeremy Gibney, Rob Esmundo join Eleven as creative director, associate CD, respectively
People on the Move
- SAN FRANCISCO
Creative agency Eleven has appointed Jeremy Gibney as a creative director and Rob Esmundo as an associate creative director. In their new roles, Gibney will work on the Apple and Dignity Health accounts and focus on developing high-level concepts for the brands, and Esmundo will work across multiple client accounts, including Apple, Oakley and Dignity Health. They will both report directly to Mike McKay, Eleven’s chief creative officer.
Gibney is an experienced designer with over a decade of experience creating identities for global brands both in agency and client environments. Prior to joining Eleven, he led the creative concept and development of brand user experiences at Gap, including in-store seasonal campaigns, window displays, lifestyle photography and custom flagship environments. Previously, he led the development of design and branding for GQ’s Best New Menswear Designers in America, Diane von Furstenberg, CFDA & Vogue, Product (RED), Havaianas, Threadless, Public Bikes, USA Olympics and Music Festivals Series including SXSW, Governors Ball, Bonnaroo, and Lollapalooza.
Esmundo is a seasoned copywriter with 14 years of branding experience in apparel, online retail, hospitality, packaging, technology, health care and financial services. He also joins Eleven from Gap, where he served as an associate creative director. In his career Esmundo has helped brands such as Gap, DVF, Adobe, ING, and Meadowood Napa Valley connect to their audiences.
“Our agency has had tremendous growth in the past year, starting with adding Oakley to our roster and culminating with our BLAH Airlines campaign for Virgin America,” said Eleven’s McKay. “We’re excited to keep this momentum going in 2015 with the additions of Jeremy and Rob to our team.”