Singapore-based Graham Kelly set to leave the regional executive creative director role at Isobar

Graham_Kelly_Isobar.jpgCampaign Brief Asia can reveal that Graham Kelly has resigned his position as regional executive creative director at Isobar APAC and will be finishing up over the next month.

Kelly told Campaign Brief Asia that he wanted to take a break to finish some personal projects that he is involved in before looking at his next career step.

"It's very amicable between Isobar and myself and they understand my reasons for wanting to move on. There are a couple of projects that I have been helping out one is at a very exciting stage and I want to be able to concentrate on it," said Kelly.

Kelly only joined Isobar in the newly created regional executive creative director role in May last year.

With over twenty years of experience, Kelly has held the title of creative leader at Ogilvy & Mather, BBH, Leo Burnett, TBWA, and Saatchi & Saatchi across Asia. After winning accolades at Cannes Lions, D&AD, Clio, The One Show, Effie and Spikes for traditional work, he moved into the digital arena where he also excelled, winning at leading digital shows, including Cannes Cyber Lions, One Show Interactive, and Clio Interactive. His most recent agency role was regional creative director at OgilvyOne India. Prior to joining Isobar, Kelly was the ECD and co-founder of GKIM, a creative/ technology start-up.


Arvenna1111 said:

Time to move on, it really is time for a make-over, surely you voted yes, best wishes,

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