Nick is a creative heavyweight, with over twenty years’ experience gained at agencies including Digitas LBi, R/GA, Isobar, Amaze Realise, Forever Beta and Cheil. He has worked on creative projects for some of the world’s leading brands, including Adidas, LEGO and Sony. Nick has led experiential campaigns for IBM and Samsung, developed AR experiences for Absolut Vodka and Lexus Automotive Europe, and created service design-led projects for Google.
Nick will bring a fresh perspective to Dept, previously known as Building Blocks, as he takes the lead in orchestrating the development of the agency’s creative offerings.
"Dept offers a best-in-class service offering. Im thrilled to join such a rich, diverse and vibrant company culture of experienced thinkers and makers."
Commenting on his new role, Nick said,
Jasper Van de Luijitgaarden Managing Director at Dept, added, “Nick will be a huge asset to the team, with his wealth of knowledge, industry experience and incredible enthusiasm. He is a natural, creative collaborator; his passion, energy and open-mind will inspire our clients to achieve their digital potential.”
Nick’s appointment follows months of rapid growth for Dept. In the past few months, the agency has welcomed seventeen new employees across a range of teams including Front-End Development, UX, Content, and Business Analysis.
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