Chris will lead the development of Stickyeyes’ award-winning creative services, working alongside Creative Communications Director Heather Healy to enhance our creative offering to both new and existing clients.
Chris, who was most recently the Creative Director at Coolpink, previously spent seven years with JDA as Creative Director working across clients as varied as Tombola Bingo, The Car Shop, The Halifax, RSPB, Cartridge World and Lakeland.
Chris Lines said:
“There is a fantastic opportunity for everyone involved with Stickyeyes to really raise the bar with our creative output and being a part of that is a challenge that I am looking forward to.
“Brand messaging has never been more critical and ensuring that our creative output has that ‘wow’ factor is a bigger focus than ever before. Stickyeyes has set some very high standards with its creative output for some huge brands and I’m relishing the challenge to take that creative thought to the next level.
“I think that everyone is excited about the opportunities that face us and I’m convinced that we have the people here to come up with some truly remarkable creative work.”
Phil Kissane, Managing Director at Stickyeyes, said:
“Stickyeyes is making huge steps forward with its creative vision and we are extremely pleased that we can attract somebody of Chris’ calibre.
“We are immensely proud of the award-winning creative work that we are already producing for major international brands and we will continue to keep pushing the boundaries to deliver exceptional results for our clients.”
To see the sort of projects Chris will be getting involved with, take a look at the award winning Protein Project.