BOULDER, Colo., June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- CP+B announced today the return of award-winning producers Paul Sutton and Anthony Nelson as executive integrated producers.
Sutton comes to CP+B after spending the last two years as senior integrated producer at 180 LA, where he managed digital production for Sony Electronics, Boost Mobile and adidas. Before joining 180 LA, Sutton worked at CP+B for four years, where he helped start the agency's interactive production department. While at CP+B, Sutton managed the production on Volkswagen, Miller Lite, American Express, Burger King, Coke Zero, Domino's Pizza, IKEA, MINI, Borders and Virgin Atlantic Airways campaigns. This included production on the well-known GTI Mk V car configurator, the Counterfeit MINI and the Domino's BFD pizza builder.
Nelson returns to CP+B from the integrated production company Superfad, where he served as executive director. Prior to joining Superfad, Nelson worked as a senior integrated producer at CP+B, producing award-winning campaigns such as Burger King's Whopper Virgins and the Volkswagen Gypsy Cab Project as well as overseeing work for nearly every client on the agency's roster. Before CP+B, Nelson was a freelance producer and worked on the BETA-7 campaign for SEGA/ESPN.
"Having both Sutton and Anthony back is as big of a production move for the agency as we have had in years," said David Rolfe, partner and director of interactive production at CP+B. "Paul helped found the agency's interactive department within Integrated Production, and Anthony is probably the most diversely skilled producer we have ever had. CP+B is very fortunate for this as there is lots of work for these guys to make great."
CP+B, a member of the MDC Partners network, has a client list that includes Burger King, Microsoft, Microsoft Windows Phone, Domino's Pizza, Coke Zero, Kraft Macaroni & Cheese, American Express OPEN, Old Navy, Gap, Best Buy, and Geek Squad. CP+B is based in Boulder, Miami, and Gothenburg, Sweden, with additional offices in London and Los Angeles. The agency has $1.2 billion in billings and is one of the most awarded agencies in the world - with the unprecedented distinction of winning the Grand Prix at the Cannes International Advertising Festival in five separate categories. The agency has been named Agency of the Year 13 times in the trade press, as well as twice being named Interactive Agency of the Year at Cannes. In 2010, CP+B was named "Agency of the Decade" by Advertising Age. The agency and its work have been profiled numerous times in publications that include The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, BusinessWeek, Forbes, Fast Company, Time, Newsweek, Campaign, Archive and Shots.