DM9 JaymeSyfu new hires and promotions

Aste Gutierrez and Biboy Royong.jpgDM9 JaymeSyfu Manila have beefed up the agency by appointing Aste Gutierrrez and Biboy Royong as Associate Creative Director and Art Director respectively. Also stepping up as Associate Creative Directors are agency veterans Miko Quiogue and Biba Cabuquit.

Previously Gutierrez was with DentsuINDIO and Ace Saatchi & Saatchi, handling P&G, Toyota, Lexus, Canon, Sharp, SM Malls, and Unicef.  Gutierrez's achievements include a Gold and Silver at the 2012 Asian AdFest for his work on P&G, five inclusions into the 2011 The Work annual.  He also has two First-Prize honors for Short Story from the Palanca Awards, the country's most prestigious and longest-running literary contest.

Biboy Royong was previously with JWT, McCann, and Ace Saatchi & Saatchi before transferring to DM9 JaymeSyfu. Royong currently ranks the No. 3 creative in the Philippines according to the Campaign Brief Asia Creative Rankings.
MikoQuiogue_Blog.jpgAgency veteran Miko Quiogue joined DM9 JaymeSyfu in 2008, working on brand-building campaigns for PLDT, Pharex HealthCorp, Belo Men, Max's, Caritas, TV5, and most recently SMART's Live More campaign. He has received citations in Cannes and Spikes for his radio work on Coppertone's Speed and Vespa's Hear. His Music1 Obit" print/poster campaign was recognized in The One Show awards. Quiogue's latest work on Pharex's Center of Attention campaign received several awards from The One Show, AdFest, D&AD, Clio, Cannes, Spikes, The Work and AWARD.

Biba Cabuquit.jpgBiba Cabuquit started out as a junior copywriter at Harrison Communications handling the Unilab, URC and Globe accounts. At DM9 JaymeSyfu, she has been working for campaigns for Tanduay Ice, Max's, SMART, PLDT, Belo Essentials and Tanduay Rhum, among others. She has received citations from major global competitions like Cannes, The One Show, The Work, AWARD, New York Festivals--as well as Philippine shows like Creative Guild's Kidlat, Araw Awards and Tambuli. Cabuquit continues to aim for her elusive FAMAS, the country's top acting award.


Erica said:

Great job! :)

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