Radar Sydney snares former JWT New Zealand ECD Pete Ogden for creative director role

Campaign Brief 512.pngSurry Hills based creative agency Radar continues to strengthen its team with the appointment of Pete Ogden (pictured near left, with Andrew Robertson far left) as creative director.

The widely respected and awarded writer joins Radar from his most recent position, as executive creative director at JWT New Zealand, where he helped the agency win awards at shows such as Cannes, Clio, AWARD, and Spikes Asia.
Originally trained in London, with stints at Bates Dorland and BBDO, then the best part of a decade spent at DDB Sydney before the move across the ditch four years ago, Ogden's appointment brings a new dimension to Radar's creative department.
 
Radar director Andrew Robertson says of the appointment: "With Pete joining the team we're increasing the emphasis on ideas-led creative across traditional and digital channels, plus we have an additional senior advertising executive at the table. It's a very exciting time for Radar."

18 Comments

Greidy said:

Good on you Pete.

Looks like you're already joined at the hip.

Gav said:

Congrats Pete. Great writer, even better bloke.

Scamp said:

Congrats, Pete!

The Table said:

Good one Oggy.

Nice one said:

That's big for a recruitment company.

The Beast said:

Go you good thing.

Your Favorite Barrista said:

Congrats Pete. But you're a long way from Project 8.

Jen said:

Congratulations Pete. Radar's in very good hands.

Jason said:

Sounds like a great partnership!

june said:

Pete - you are a legend... Andrew - you are very lucky to have him! Looking forward to seeing the work

Paul said:

Good to have you back Oggy.
One of the few nice blokes left in the game.

Phil said:

Good on you Pete

jayro said:

Exciting times for Radar - well done.

Protege said:

Oggy. Legend.

Good luck at Radar.

Stoner said:

Congrats Oggy.

Kevin Ferry said:

Well done Oggy,

Top bloke, all the best

Jake said:

Get in!

Felicity said:

Great photo too Pete.

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