Wieden+Kennedy São Paulo made changes on the its creative team. The agency brought Mariana Borga, formerly JWT, to work with Bruno Oppido and promoted the Diego Limberti and Felipe Ribeiro as a Creative Director. "This promotion is related to the talents of these professionals who are 100% connected to the culture of the agency", says Renato Simões. "With this new configuration we are investing, even more, in our main product, the creative work", complements Eduardo Lima, both Executive Creative Directors. Who is who: Mariana Borga, copywriter, came from JWT where she worked for the past four years. Before, he passed F/Nazca, Young&Rubican, Santa Clara and FCB Brazil. She has signed campaigns to Nike, Tramontina, Honda, Nike, Skol, Bradesco Bank, P&G, Avon. Her work has resulted in the achievement of important national and international advertising awards. In 2018, she judge "Outdoor" category in Cannes. Mariana studied improvisation and for many years and had a furniture restoration company. Bruno Oppido, art director, he dedicated nine years of his career to F/Nazca where he won the 1st Brazilian Film Grand Prix. He went to the DDBNY as creative director and Head of Art. He returned to Brazil two years ago to take the same role at Wieden+Kennedy São Paulo working for brands such as Nike, Mondelez, AirbnB, Old Spice, Ambev and others. Oppido is also part of Espaço.CC, a collaborative shed focused on the practice and convergences of design, photography, cinema and architecture. Felipe Ribeiro, copywriter, came from Africa, where he first worked as Creative Lead for Budweiser's account, when the award winning campaign "Tagwords", Grand Prix in Cannes was launched. Soon after he was promoted to Creative Director. Prior to that, he spend sometime at JWT, Ogilvy, Geometry Global and Santa Clara. In different periods of his life, he paused to live in London, Barcelona and New York, where he studied film direction and screenplay. Felipe created campaigns for brands like Heinz, Budweiser, Puma, Coca-Cola, Brahma, Nestlé, Vivo, to name a few. And it has been awarded at the world's biggest advertising festivals, such as The One Show, London International Awards, Clio Awards and Cannes Lions.
Diego Limberti, art director, came from Lola Madrid where he worked as a Creative Lead. His work transits among visual arts disciplines and some of his projects were published in several countries. Prior to Wieden+Kennedy, he worked at DDB New York, as an Associate Creative Director (ACD). In Brazil, he dedicated sometime to JWT and Santa Clara. In these years, he has made campaigns for clients such as: Tribeca Film Festival, Mattel, Burger King, Coca-Cola and Magnum Ice Cream. Awarded, he won the most important advertising trophies D&AD, Clio Awards, Cannes Lions, One Show, London International Awards, among others.