Chris Catchpole leaves Lowe Vietnam for regional ECD role

Chris Catchpole

Chris Catchpole

Lowe, one of the largest advertising agencies in Vietnam, is soon to lose its executive creative director, Mumbrella can reveal.

Chris Catchpole, who joined the agency just over a year and a half ago, will be leaving Lowe at the end of the year, the agency has confirmed.

Catchpole has said that he will be joining another agency in a regional ECD role that will soon be announced.

Lowe Vietnam boss Michel Borelli told Mumbrella: “Chris will leave the agency at the end of 2013 and we thank him for his work and contributions while with us. His successor will be formally announced in due course.”

Catchpole, who started his career in advertising at Lowe in the late nineties in the UK, has worked independently for much of his career, having started his own companies Catchpole&friends, Junction Group and OLPOHA.

He has worked at UK direct marketing agencies Harrison Troughton Wunderman and Tullo Marshall Warren, and as a freelance art director at Saatchi & Saatchi, Bates Dorland and Publicis Dialog.


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