After just a little over a year, we’ve received confirmation from SS+K that its chief creative officer Kash Sree is no longer with the agency. A spokesperson tells us that the parting was “amicable,” adding, “Kash is a great talent but, a year out, we all realized that our styles are different and best to part ways.”
Sree took over as creative chief at New York/D.C.-based SS+K in January 2011 following a stint as ECD at Pereira & O’Dell. During his brief stay at the former, he oversaw creative for accounts including Kraft’s MiO as well as interactive work for the likes of the AFL-CIO. During his career, the Singapore-born Sree has also worked at the likes of W+K Portland (on Nike among other clients), JWT, Ogilvy London and DDB Sydney. No word yet from SS+K if there are immediate plans to replace Sree, who took over for Marty Cooke at said agency.