SF Creatives Head to W+K Amsterdam

By Kiran Aditham 

Wieden + Kennedy Amsterdam has enticed two San Francisco creatives to join its happiness factory, namely Adrien Bindi and Rick Herrera.

Bindi (left) arrives from Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, where he was a senior AD for three-and-a-half years and produced the “Battle for Milkquarious” campaign for Got Milk?, and worked across the Comcast, AIDES and Specialized accounts. Prikor to Goodby, Bindi spent three years as an art director at Leo Burnett before taking on the same posts at Fallon and Taxi.

Herrrera, meanwhile, heads over to Dutch country after serving as a copywriter at agencytwofifteen, nee T.A.G., and was the scribe of “The Life” for Xbox along with the highly praised Halo 3 campaign, which he won two Cannes Grand Prix for among others.