(Pictured L-R: Sal Borzillo, Kate Hunter, Alex Wales, Todd Williams)
Leading Queensland independent agency Rumble Strategic Creative has welcomed four new faces to continue the momentum of the past year that has seen a raft of project and client wins including NTI, Sunny Queen Farms, RBWH Foundation, Green Beacon Brewery, Indooroopilly Shopping Centre and Sydney International Boat Show. Rumble was also recently appointed to the creative agency panel of Cross River Rail – the city’s largest infrastructure project.
Newly-minted Rumblers are Salvatore Borzillo (senior art director), Todd Williams (production director), Alex Wales (senior designer), and Kate Hunter (senior writer), who returns to a full time position after taking time out to complete her Masters.
Says Nancy Hartley, founder/creative partner, Rumble: “Sal, Todd, Alex and Kate are all wonderfully talented people who will continue to elevate Rumble’s strategic, creative, and delivery capabilities at such a busy and important time for the agency.”
The foursome, all highly experienced and credentialed practitioners, deepen Rumble’s senior offering to strengthen the agency’s creative output and support creative directors Bec McCall and Rhys Venning.
Says McCall: “The Rumble team delivered more than 880 jobs this past 12 months and with 2023 shaping up to be even bigger, it’s exciting to have this level of talent joining us to create more great work for our clients.”
Now in its eighth year, Rumble continues to be a creative force in the market, having recently been shortlisted as B&T State Agency of the Year for the second consecutive year.
Rumble is part of the Rumbletown group of agencies, which includes Romeo (digital), Aruga (PR), Scout (media), Edison (performance marketing) and Bon Bon (partnerships, events and activations).