ELVIS promotes pair to Creative Director role

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Creative agency ELVIS has promoted James Hudson and Rob Griffiths to the role of Creative Director.

The pair's recent campaigns include Unilad's ‘Blood Without Bias’ initiative, which sought to end discrimination against gay and bisexual men who want to donate blood, and Cadbury's ‘EATertainment’, the chocolate brand’s own Netflix-style streaming platform.

In their new roles, Hudson and Griffiths - formerly Associate Creative Directors - will oversee the ELVIS creative department, developing the agency’s creative product across all clients and aspects of the business.

The move will enable Neale Horrigan, Executive Creative Director, to take a step away from the day-to-day running of the team in order to focus on clients, reputation, new business and new ventures.

Hudson and Griffiths joined ELVIS as a creative team from Saatchi & Saatchi X in 2014.

Neale Horrigan, Executive Creative Director, ELVIS, said: “James and Rob are a multi award-winning duo, responsible for some our most unexpected and unforgettable work in recent years. I’m delighted to see them step up to become Creative Directors as my own focus and role evolves.”