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Grey London Promotes Rachel Morris and Stephania Silveira to Creative Directors

Rachel and Stephania were previously senior creatives

Grey London Promotes Rachel Morris and Stephania Silveira to Creative Directors

Grey London is further strengthening its creative department with the promotion of senior creatives Rachel Morris and Stephania Silveira to creative directors. 
 
Rachel and Stephania first worked together at VCCP in 2012, heading up accounts including Easyjet and O2 which included campaigns featuring a-listers Beyonce and Lady Gaga.
 
After a 3 year break where Steph took her copywriting skills to LA, working as a senior writer at 72andSunny, they both were reunited at Grey London in 2018, a year after Rachel had joined the agency.

Over the last 18 months the pair have become a formidable force within the agency, working on iconic brands M&S, Pringles and Superdrug -  which the duo helped bring into the agency after working across the pitch. 
 
Rachel and Stephania will work under creative chairman at Grey London Adrian Rossi. Speaking about their promotion, Adrian said: “Incredible creatives have the ability to find solutions in the most unusual of places.  Rachel and Steph have this skill by the bucket load which is why they’re such a formidable force.”
 
Rachel Robinson said: “This is an exciting time at Grey London. The creative ambition and talent here gives us a real fire in our bellies”
 
Stephania Silveira said: “We couldn’t be happier for this opportunity. This feels like the time to make the best work of our careers with the support of some of the best talent in the business.”

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