After a six-year run at 360i, Paul Stadnyk is moving on. We’ve received confirmation that Stadnyk, currently partner/executive creative director at the Dentsu-owned digital agency, will officially call it a day tomorrow and soon be heading into the startup world. Prior to the arrival of Adam Kerj, who was appointed as 360i’s first-ever chief creative officer five months ago, Stadnyk essentially headed up the creative department at the agency’s New York hub, building it from an army of one into a 30-strong unit (though tipsters are saying that a handful of creatives have departed the agency since March).
No word yet on what startup Stadnyk is joining up with or forming, but from what we’ve been told, the departure from 360i is an amicable one. Prior to his most recent gig, the creative exec worked as a senior interactive designer at both MRM and Tribal DDB.