Just over four months after being promoted and identified as part of the next generation of leadership at Goodby Silverstein & Partners, executive creative director Eric Kallman is leaving the agency to work as a freelancer and "pursue other outside creative interests."
Jeff Goodby and Rich Silverstein may not be retiring just yet, but they have made their first major move toward securing a succession for the agency's creative leadership. Today, the Goodby Silverstein & Partners founders made Eric Kallman an executive creative director, joining ecd Margaret Johnson in running the San Francisco office's creative department.
With his latest Super Bowl effort, Goodby Silvertsein & Partners co-chairman Rich Silverstein said he's never worked with so many celebrities on a Big Game spot before. No, you didn't miss the star-studded ad Sunday night.
San Francisco’s Goodby, Silverstein & Partners took a considered approach about when to open in New York, one of the toughest U.S. agency markets. It is just now taking the plunge, naming S.F. exec Nancy Reyes associate partner and managing director of the new Manhattan office and West Coast colleague Christian Haas partner and executive creative director.