After nearly three and a half years in the role, Stu Turner, executive creative director at The Royals, has resigned to pursue a new, yet to be revealed adventure.
Turner has worked in some of the world’s leading agencies and networks, creating and delivering truly integrated solutions for clients.On the way he has collected more than 50 local and international awards during his career, being recognized at every major award show with gold at D&AD, Clios, Effies, Award and two Spikes Grand Prix.
At Havas Sydney he helped create and lead well-renowned campaigns such as The Riderless Bike, The Bottom 100 and The Palau Pledge, with his work on the Australian Defence Force account contributing to winning the Grand Effie in 2018.
Turner told CB: “I’m immensely proud of all we achieved at The Royals over my three and a half years. This agency has some of the best people I’ve ever worked with and I’m very sad to leave. But the new opportunity I have, to be announced soon, is something I’ve deeply excited about and feels right as the next step in my career.”
The Royals managing partner Andrew Siwka told CB: “While we have loved working together with Stu over the past three years, he has been given an opportunity to be an equity partner elsewhere and we wish him all the best on this next adventure.”