San Francisco agency Odysseus Arms expanded its creative team with a trio of new hires: art directors Luisa Betancourt and Jarrod Gustin and copywriter Clémence Pluche.
Betancourt arrives at Odysseus Arms from fellow San Francisco agency Eleven, where she has spent the last seven months as art director/designer, following a year as a junior designer. Gustin arrives from Minneapolis independent agency Solve, where he has spent the last year and a half serving as an art director. Pluche also arrives from Eleven, where she has served as a copywriter since January of 2016, working with clients including Google, Oakley, Columbus Meats, Dignity Health, Julep and SurveyMonkey.
“In the modern, connected world, brands are global, concerned about diversity and social impact,” Odysseus Amrs co-founder and creative director Libby Brockhoff said in a statement. “We believe nimble agencies recognize this so when we staff, we look for talent who will help us evolve on-point, purpose-driven work and help our partners’ business thrive.”
“We’ve assembled a rockstar team that not only does great work, but possesses diverse experience and global backgrounds,” she added. “Luisa, Jarrod and Clémence definitely represent that and we couldn’t be happier to have them on board.”