Ferguson will be tasked with leading a team of creatives in Washington, D.C., Baltimore and Dallas.
He arrives at Weber Shandwick from Under Armour, where he spent the last three years as senior global creative director. Prior to going client-side he spent four years as a creative director with R/GA, working on Nike Running and Google, followed by two and a half years as an executive creative director with Tribal Worldwide, managing creative for the agency’s New York headquarters. Before joining R/GA he spent five years as a creative director with TBWA\Chiat\Day, working with clients such as Disney, Sony, Sprint/Nextel and Embassy Suites.
“Chris’ deep expertise working with global brands on large-scale, integrated campaigns is an invaluable resource for both Weber Shandwick and our client partners,” Paul Massey, president of Weber Shandwick Washington D.C. bureau Powell Tate said in a statement. “We’re incredibly excited to welcome him as a creative leader in Washington, and look forward to the impact we’ll deliver together across our portfolio of brand partners.”
“I look forward to joining the Weber Shandwick team working together with the firm’s diverse range of clients to activate campaigns that make a difference to businesses, people and communities around the world,” Ferguson added.