Randommedia, the digital ideas agency, today announces the appointment of three new team members. Cassandra Murray joins as Account Executive, Tom Brady as Account Manager and Darren Simpson joins the creative team as Senior Designer. He will be reporting into Creative Director Andy Sandoz, Brady and Murray to Account Director, Jon Palmer. All three new recruits will be working on BBC and Playstation projects.
As a sought after freelancer Darren Simpson has worked on projects for Motorola, Landrover and HomeChoice. His first senior designer role was at Razorfish and has held posts at Marchfirst and Startle.
Tom Brady brings a wealth of marketing experience from the entertainment arena. He joins Randommedia from digital agency, Lawton eMarketing where he developed online marketing solutions for entertainment releases from 20th Century Fox, Warner Music Group, EA Games and EMAP Performance. Before that he worked for digital music agency, DX3, managing accounts such as BMG, Virgin and Universal Music.
And finally Cassandra Murray joins the agency from The Corps Business Limited, a consultancy providing training, recruitment and creative services to the new media industry.
Victor Benady, CEO at Random Media said: “The new media recruitment market is incredibly competitive right now and, although it was a lengthy and often fraught process, we are really pleased to have found three such high calibre candidates. The expansion of the account team is of particular significance as we continue to see significant growth in our key accounts, particularly Sony Playstation and BBC, as well as experiencing the beginnings of some new accounts thanks to recent wins.”
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About Randommedia (www.randommedia.co.uk)
Randommedia is a digital ideas agency, and is one of the leading developers of website concepts, viral digital games and multi-media advertising campaigns. Work has included addictive viral internet gaming campaigns for BBC Three and Sony Playstation, an inspiring website to bring alive the enormity of the eagerly awaited development plans for one of London’s most famous landmarks, Battersea Power Station, and digital promotional campaigns for COI clients including the RAF, the Inland Revenue and UK Online. The agency was also responsible for creating Budweiser’s first interactive CD-ROM in conjunction with Sleazenation magazine.
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Published on: 12:00AM on 9th December 2004