Oz Dean, creative director of TBWA Digital Arts Network (DAN) has left the agency after three years and relocated to Australia.
Dean confirmed the news to Marketing but declined to comment further on his next move. No replacement has been announced yet, the agency said.
Dean has over 17 years industry experience, both in Singapore and internationally. Dean begun his career in Manchester (UK) and moved to Sydney in 2000 to join global digital agency Oven Digital.
He then joined Singleton Ogilvy & Mather before freelancing for several years. He has also worked at Droga5, Happy Soldiers, The Furnace, Pollen, Deepend and Host.
Meanwhile, TBWASingapore also recently appointed BBH’s managing partner and regional business director Ara Hampartsoumian to the role of managing director. Hampartsoumian will join TBWASingapore on July 21 and will report directly to Philip Brett, president of TBWA South and Southeast Asia.