Arati Rao
May 31, 2011

Adrian Miller to exit JWT Delhi

The Delhi office creative responsibility will now return to the ECDs on the various accounts

Adrian Miller to exit JWT Delhi

Adrian Miller, chief creative officer of JWT Delhi, will soon be leaving the agency.

Colvyn Harris, chief executive officer, JWT India commented on the development, “Adrian is a very talented and  accomplished creative and has decided to leave for personal reasons.  The agency will revert to the earlier structure of 5 ECDs based on respective client needs. Adrian's departure is slated for the end of June.” 

Miller said, “Owing to personal reasons I have decided to leave India.  Having worked throughout Asia, I am familiar with the challenge of moving across countries and cultures.”
 
The creative responsibilities of the Delhi office will be handled by five executive creative directors – Swati Bhattacharya, Priti Kapur, Soumitra Karnik, Surjo Dutt and Jaideep Mahajan.

Harris added, “With our talented team of creatives in Delhi overlooking and upholding our creative standards, I’m confident that we will continue to deliver to our benchmarks  during this transition.”

Source:
Campaign India

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