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PowerStation Studios outlines ambitious global growth plans with brace of new hires

PowerStation Studios is continuing with its ambitious plans for global expansion, welcoming the first of four new hires to its growing outfit.

Clare Bradbury has been appointed as global account director, bringing with her extensive knowledge of the retail and entertainment industries garnered from several years at top global trend agency, WGSN.

While there, Bradbury managed the firm’s strategic account portfolio including Disney, Primark, and ASOS. Her trend expertise will reinforce PowerStation’s expertise as a leading trend agency in the entertainment industry.

Dave Collins, co-founder of PowerStation Studios, commented: “Our business is predicated on having the best talent within the industry. Our world class clients and the projects we collaborate on allow us to continue hiring exceptional talent to deliver outstanding creative solutions.”

Bradbury will be responsible for driving overall growth of the business globally, handling major accounts and leading and developing the sales and projects team.

Meanwhile, Courtnee Archer has joined as operations manager, overseeing project and administration management. Archer brings a wealth of agency experience and will be putting in place a strong operational framework to support the business it expands globally, including the introduction of a new IT infrastructure.

Paul Kemp is appointed as senior graphic designer and illustrator, having been a street artist since he was 14 years old and had his work commissioned all over the world. He co-founded a street wear clothing brand which is still running successfully today. Kemp’s creativity, experience and deep insight into street culture is a fantastic addition to PowerStation’s creative team, with an expanding studio of versatile designers that can handle street art to fine art.

Finally, Michael Lamb has joined as a junior designer, having completed a two-year internship at Warner Bros. in London. Lamb’s creativity, enthusiasm and willingness to learn have already proven invaluable to the business.

“PowerStation has more exciting new hire announcements coming over the next few months as we seek out and recruit the best talent in and outside of our industry, we set the entry bar high to ensure our creative output is always exceptional,” added Tamara Dixon co-founder and creative director.

PowerStation Studios delivers innovative creative solutions with commercial thinking to an impressive global client list, including Activision Blizzard, Sybo, Hasbro, Mattel, Universal, Primark, Netflix and Disney.

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