Big Spaceship Exec Joins Rauxa as Chief Technology Officer

By Erik Oster 

California-based full-service independent agency Rauxa hired Arthur Fullerton as chief technology officer.

Based out of New York, Fullerton will be tasked with leading Rauxa’s technology practice across its six offices. He will work closely with chief creative officer Lincoln Bjorkman, who joined Rauxa from Wunderman in June, to integrate technology into the agency’s creative offerings while reporting directly to Rauxa president and CEO Gina Alshuler.

“Arthur joins our team as an innovator, known for expertly combining technology, data, and creativity to get bold results,” Alshuler said in a statement.


“I’m thrilled to join Rauxa. They’ve scaled quickly to become a national powerhouse—no small feat for an independent agency,” Fullerton added. “However, it’s Rauxa’s investments in emerging technologies that show the agency is primed to thrive for years to come. I’m driven by integrating technology, data, and creativity, so I look forward to pushing the boundaries to drive results for clients in unexpected ways.”

Fullerton joins Rauxa from Big Spaceship, where he spent the past two years as chief technology officer. Prior to that he spent around a year and a half as head of technology, Americas for Lowe Profero, following a brief stint as partner and senior vice president, technology for Rumble Fox. Fullerton has also served as director of technology for CP+B Canada and FUSE Marketing Group, as well as spending serving as a senior developer for Critical Mass and Blast Radius.

In addition to Bjorkman’s arrival, Fullerton’s hiring follows a series of account wins this year for Rauxa, including Alaska Airlines, Keep America Beautiful, and Piedmont Healthcare.