After spending the last three years at Havas-owned Victors & Spoils, Evan Fry has rejoined his former cohorts at Crispin Porter + Bogusky as executive director of creative development. Fry, who co-founded V&S with fellow CP+B-er John Winsor as well as Claudia Batten in 2009, initially spent seven years at CP+B, last serving as a VP/creative director but leaving the agency to “be fucking awesome.”
Fry, the CCO at V&S who once played temporary reporter for this here site while with the crowdsourcing evangelists, says in a statement, ““The timing was pretty much perfect for me to come back to CP+B. And so was the position. I feel that there is so much that I can contribute to the agency. I love writing ads, I love production, I love the teaching process and the craft. And I believe in empowering those around me and encouraging them to think in new and exciting ways. I’m back now and it’s so exciting to be working with new people as well as so many of my friends who are continually reinventing what it means to be an agency and pushing the boundaries in remarkable ways. It’s a new era for CP+B. One with a lot of momentum, a lot of chutzpah and a kick-ass, evolving identity. And I am honored and grateful to be a part of it.”
During his first run at CP+B, Fry picked up a Titanium Grand Prix Lion for his work as a CD on the “Twelpforce” work for Best Buy.