- Tuesday, Jul. 19, 2016
- SAN FRANCISCO
On the heels of several new business wins, independent creative agency Cutwater has brought on board associate creative director Aaron Sanchez and art director Nathan Lewis.
Sanchez’s career in advertising has most recently included the associate creative director role at DDB California, following a three-year stint at Crispin Porter + Bogusky. With DDB, he worked on Clorox and Qualcomm.
At CP+B, he pitched and won the Xbox One launch, worked on brands including Domino’s, Infiniti, Kraft and Microsoft, as well as clients within the agency’s product innovation group. He has won awards at Cannes, One Show, Clios, ADC and others. Prior to working on the agency side, Sanchez spent five years with GE, where he was a part of the prestigious CLP marketing training program.
Lewis has worked across the country as an art director for agencies including Crispin Porter + Bogusky, EVB, GSD&M and R/GA, on brands like Google, Nike, Verizon, Walgreens, Beats By Dre, Chipotle, Anheuser Busch, Samsung, Royal Caribbean and Old Navy.
“It’s been an exciting year at Cutwater thus far; we’ve won several new accounts, leading us to increase our creative staff,” said Chuck McBride, founder and CCO of Cutwater. “Both Aaron and Nathan have experience working across many brands in varied industries with strong backgrounds in multiple media forms. It’s the perfect complement to Cutwater as we continue to expand our capabilities and our roster.”
Cutwater was recently named agency of record for Visit Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA’s tourism bureau, and lead creative agency for MDsave, the first online healthcare marketplace.