- Wednesday, Apr. 8, 2015
Denver-based advertising and digital agency LRXD has appointed Andy Dutlinger as its new co-creative director, CEO Kelly Reedy announced today. Dutlinger begins work immediately and will share the creative director role with Jamie Reedy.
Dutlinger joins LRXD after a year spent working as a freelancer creative director for many of the top ad agencies in the Western U.S. Prior to that he spent nine years at the Colorado advertising and design shop Sukle, working in a variety of creative roles, including associate creative director and senior art director.
His portfolio boasts work for Denver Water, Whole Foods, Goodwill, TAP Project, LiveWell Colorado, Quit Smoking and many others. In 2012, The Denver Egotist profiled Dutlinger in a feature on the Top Five Colorado Art Directors, praising his creative-thinking skills and penchant for producing gorgeous, interruptive conceptual work.
“With our continued growth as an agency, it’s crucial that every new hire for us be at the highest possible caliber,” Kelly Reedy said. “As one of the most talented creative minds in the region, Andy certainly fits the bill.”
LRXD is a Health & Happiness Advertising Agency that’s been in operation since 1967. They work with national and international brands that help people get healthy and give them ways to celebrate feeling good. They’re experts in traditional and digital advertising. By staying independent and taking on few clients, they ensure a highly individual and original brand experience. In 2013 and 2014, they were honored to have earned a place on the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America. Their headquarters is in Denver. For more details, visit lrxd.com.