Jamie Craven exits Fallon for DLKW Lowe role

Craven: DLKW Lowe's new head of design
Craven: DLKW Lowe's new head of design

DLKW Lowe has hired Jamie Craven as its head of design.

Craven joins the agency from Fallon, where he held an equivalent role. He is the first senior appointment made by the agency's executive creative directors, Dave Henderson and Richard Denney, who started earlier this week.

Craven had been at Fallon since 2005, working on clients including Cadbury, Skoda, Eurostar and Tate.

He was also the lead designer on Fallon's BBC account and, in 2007, was responsible for redesigning the broadcaster's radio identities, as well as that of The Archers to coincide with the programme's 60th anniversary.

Last year, Craven created a new brand for the Prince of Wales' Charities Foundation. Called Start, the initiative encouraged the public to make small changes in their everyday lives in order to help the environment.

Henderson said: "This is exciting news. Jamie's immense talent will have a huge impact on everything we do."

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