Tuesday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-Seattle shop Wexley School for Girls has added Sean Hamilton to its creative team and hired Cassidy Wilber as senior planner for HomeStreet Bank.

-Bi-coastal experiential agency MKG hired Tracy Bussan and Chris Dowling as director of client services and creative director, respectively.

-Our old pal Rich Siegel tells us his new rules were he the king of the hill at his own agency. link

-YouTube celebrates its eight birthday today and has listed its 10 most-watched videos ever. Take a guess at what’s #1. link

-Burlington, VT-based Kelliher Samets Volk has welcomed back Erin Fagnant to serve as brand manager, which calls for her to head up client relations for Okemo Mountain Resort and expand the agency’s outdoor/travel practice.

-A 24-hour romance between a business traveler and, yes, a yoga mat unfolds in a new campaign, led by creative production company Portal A, for Kimpton Hotels (above).

-In case you were wondering what Apple’s Q2 earnings report looks like… link

-PBS documentary series Food Forward, which was co-produced by Minneapolis agency Haberman, has been nominated for a James Beard Award. link