303 MullenLowe lures Aussie expat creative team Nick Sellars and Katie Moore back from L.A.

303 MullenLowe lures Aussie expat creative team Nick Sellars and Katie Moore back from L.A.

303 MullenLowe Sydney has appointed Nick Sellars and Katie Moore to bolster its creative offering, joining from a three-year stint at Los Angeles based, 160over90 – an Endeavor company.


The awarded Aussie duo will work on a range of 303 MullenLowe’s clients including Budget Direct, Audi, Harley Davidson, Cancer Institute and Citi.

Says Bart Pawlak, executive creative director, 303 MullenLowe Sydney: “We’re so excited to welcome Nick and Katie. Their style of thinking feels genuinely unique and represents our ambition to be surrounded by the best talent, as we hone our product and write the next chapter of the 303 story. Apart from their experience and many accomplishments, they’re just a lovely pair who will be a great addition to our 303 family. We can’t wait to see what they bring to our clients, the work and our culture.”

Moore and Sellars created highly visible campaigns during their time at 160over90 Los Angeles including a revival of the iconic, Bud Light ‘Real Men of Genius’ campaign, launching the first-ever, plant-based LA Dodger Dog with Roy Choi and Shepard Fairey’s design agency SN1, and most recently, Little Caesars latest spot for the very first, Planteroni Pizza.

Prior to their stint in Los Angeles, Sellars and Moore plied their craft at numerous Aussie agencies including BMF, Host and Patts Y&R Melbourne.

They have joined 303 MullenLowe Sydney to expand the agency’s creative offering while driving the kind of integrated product that 303 MullenLowe’s mix of creativity, strategy, media, data science and tech is known for.

Says Sellars and Moore: “Our time in the US changed the way we think about creativity and culture. We’re stoked to be able to bring this experience back to the Aussie market.

“We’re absolutely thrilled to join such an incredibly lovely group of humans at 303. This was a key factor of our move as we not only look forward to the exciting momentum at the agency, but we begin to tackle the hardest brief of our lives – having a baby.”