Tom Dunlap will continue to serve as global production officer for 72andSunny.
“As our Los Angeles production practice continues to grow, we knew we wanted a courageous and dedicated Director of Production to lead our LA team” Dunlap said in a statement. “With her passion for creative production and her vision for a modern production department, we’re thrilled to welcome Kate to the 72 family and can’t wait to get started.”
Morrison formerly served as head of production at BBH New York. She originally joined BBH as an executive producer at the beginning of 2014, following a little over a year as a freelance producer in New York working with BBH on Playstation, W+K on Jordan and JWT on Rolex. Prior to that she spent over a year and a half as an executive producer for twofifteenmccann, working on Xbox, Under Armour and Kinect Learning, following a similar stint in the same position for Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners working on MINI, Radioshack and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
“As a company, 72andSunny has a history of doing great creative work and also, they couldn’t be nicer people,” Morrison said in a statement. “But most importantly, their passion to run fearlessly at changes in the industry, and not holding on to what was or what might have been, is truly inspiring. I consider myself lucky to now be among their ranks.”