The top-ranking art director and second-ranking creative director in the 2018 Cannes Lions Global Creativity Report, Gustavo Vampre, has joined Deloitte Digital Australia from Host/Havas.
Vampre, (above right) will report to chief creative officer, Matt Lawson and work alongside Charles Baylis.
Vampre’s folio includes multiple award winning campaigns for Defence Force Recruiting, ‘The Riderless Bike’ for The Steve Waugh Foundation, ‘Where’s My Wallet’ for the Commonwealth Bank, ‘The Art of Noise’ for the Noise International, and ‘Palau Pledge’ for Palau Legacy Project.
In 2018 native Brazillian took home three Cannes Grand Prix including a Titanium Grand Prix, two D&AD Black Pencils, two Grand Clios, five Spikes Grand Prix and a Champion for Humanity award at the UN’s Global Goals Week.
“I’m really excited by the opportunity to create meaningful work that can change behaviour,” said Vampre. “The breadth of talent, resources and incredible clients at Deloitte opens so many new avenues for innovative thinking.”
Lawson added that, “Gustavo has a passionate belief in the transformative power of creativity, and his work is clear evidence that he has the brilliance to produce world-changing ideas. We are proud to be building another option for creatives like him to channel their talents.”
2018 has been a breakthrough creative year for Deloitte in Australia, winning two Cannes Lions, the Grand Prix for Australian Digital Idea of the year at the AMYs and 3 Spikes, including the heralded Innovation Spike.