LOS ANGELES, Aug. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- As 72andSunny continues to grow its client roster and capabilities they welcome two new Creative Directors, Bekah Sirrine and David Charles to the team. Charles joins 72andSunny from AKQA, where he worked on Nike, Sprite, Gap, Xbox and the McDonald's Global Digital.
In addition to his career in marketing and advertising, Charles has penned countless comic books, done a stint as a rock journalist, and is the founder and curator of the Autista Collective that produces art installations around the globe.
"David is an expert at using technology to tell stories, and he is a prolific creator who really understands culture. We're really excited to have him come on board," Glenn Cole, Partner and Founder, 72andSunny.
"72 is the most integrated shop I know and it works hard to give brands true cultural cred and that's totally what I'm into," said Charles.
Sirrine joins 72andSunny from Crispin Porter + Bogusky, and also did a 7 year stint at Wieden NY. She has produced notable campaigns for Nike, ESPN, P&G, Gap, School of Visual Arts, and the National MS Society Sirrine has been recognized by the Art Director's Club, the One Show and Cannes. Her work for Jordan XX2 is also in the permanent collection at the MoMA.
"Bekah is a world class problem solver, and arrives at really inspiring and elegant solutions for brands. She's going to be a great creative leader at 72andSunny," John Boiler, Partner and Founder, 72andSunny.
"I've always been a huge fan of 72andSunny – of both the work that they do and the people who do it. It's a great place to be, and an exciting time to be here," said Sirrine.
72andSunny makes brands matter in culture. The company has offices in Los Angeles and Amsterdam. Their clients include Carl's Jr./Hardee's, HP, K-SWISS, Discovery Channel, and 2K Sports.