By Egotist / / Camp + King has announced three additions to its creative department today: Art Director Melissa Macarian, Studio Designer Helen Lee and Senior Art Director Nicole Birch. They’ll work with all Camp + King clients including DISH, Energizer and RE/MAX and report to Creative Director Rikesh Lal. Macarian started her advertising career at Crispin Porter + Bogusky in Miami, where she created work for clients NBC, Rémy Martin and Major League Soccer. Later, she served as art director at Cutwater and The Brooklyn Brothers and spearheaded numerous campaigns such as the launch of Blink Fitness. Lee earned several years of design and production experience while working as a graphic designer at the Chemistry Club and Eleven in San Francisco. At those shops, she’s designed for brands such as SFMOMA, UCSF, Apple and Comcast. Birch has produced national and global campaigns for brands such as Netflix, Google, XBox and Pandora while at agencies MUH-TAY-ZIK | HOF-FER and 215 McCann. Her work has been recognized by The One Show, the ANDY Awards and Cannes Lion. “We’re stoked to have Melissa, Helen and Nicole join the Camp + King family. They’re super-smart and have great insights on what it takes to make great work,” said Rikesh Lal, creative director and junior partner. Congrats on the hires.
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