All of a sudden, San Francisco-based digital agency Cibo has been flooding our radar as the shop has now welcomed Keith Ciampa to the fold to serve in the newly created role of chief creative officer. In case you didn’t know, last we heard Ciampa’s name, the senior creative was no longer holding the ECD post at Tribal SF back in 2012 after spending just eight months at the agency. During his brief stint at Tribal SF, where he replaced Tony Cordero at the time, Ciampa led new biz wins for Dolby and Intel among other accounts. Prior to his brief stay at Tribal, Ciampa held two-year creative director posts at both Goodby and McKinney, where he worked on accounts including Yahoo and Virgin Atlantic, respectively.
Yes, we have the obligatory statement from Cibo co-founder/CEO, Lu Lacourte, who says about Ciampa, “He’s a unique and special talent and a perfect fit for what Cibo is focused on. He has a magic touch when it comes to combining brand narratives with robust usability expertise across both digital and traditional. The guy’s a rock star and we’re thrilled to have him.”