The Community welcomed Daniel Pérez Pallares to its Miami office as executive creative director, reporting directly to The Community co-founder and chief creative officer Joaquin Molla.
“We look for like-minded people to join our agency and Daniel has the perfect blend of process and improvisation to thrive in our culture” Molla said in a statement. “We are excited to welcome him and look forward to leveraging Daniel’s creative talent to help to deliver thought provoking work for our clients.”
“Our society is experiencing a moment of transformation and only the most progressive advertising agencies are looking to reflect this change,” added Pérez Pallares. “I am looking forward to being part of The Community’s commitment to building great creative work that reflects the makeup of today’s culturally fluid consumers.”
Pérez Pallares joins The Community following a little over two years as chief creative officer with Leo Burnett Mexico, where he worked on the agency’s “Desfronterizate””campaign for Corona. Before joining Leo Burnett Mexico he spent time as a chief creative officer at Maria Sao Paulo, executive creative director at Grey Sao Paulo, chief creative officer at Grey Maruri, and general creative director at Mayo FCB.