Denver-based creative agency Amélie Company (not the movie?) named Pat Feehery as its third partner last month, with Feehery joining founding partners/agency owners Robin Ashmore and Benoit Guin and receiving a title bump to chief creative officer.
“I’ve had the chance to work in this industry for several decades, in different countries, at some of the most famous creative firms, and Pat has fully demonstrated the creativity and humility we were seeking to support our unique greater good positioning,” Guin, who serves as the agency’s CEO, said in a statement.
Ashmore, who serves as CMO, added, “After conducting in-depth research and a dating period of 15 months where Pat worked as a full-time creative director, we found in him the perfect complementary partner our agency needed to offer consistency in quality work to our growing number of clients.”
Feehery joined Amélie Company as a creative director back in November of 2015, following over three and a half years as a freelance creative director with agencies including BBDO, 72andSunny, Mullen and Digitas. Before going freelance, Feehery spent over two and a half years with CP+B as a senior art director, following over two years as an art director with McKee Wallwork & Company.
“I feel very fortunate to have found Amélie and have the chance to carry on Robin and Benoit’s mission; a belief and passion in brands, causes and initiatives that strive to make a positive impact on people’s lives,” Feehery said in a statement.