72andSunny LA Welcomes Back Zach Hilder as Group Creative Director
Emmy-nominated creative, Zach Hilder returns to 72andSunny Los Angeles as group creative director.
Zach comes to 72andSunny with more than 20 years of industry experience to help lead the NFL account alongside group creative director, Erwin Federico.
For the past 3 years Zach served as executive creative director at BBH where he helped Michelle Obama launch ‘The United States of Women’. He also partnered with Parkland High School students to create ‘Colour For Our Lives,’ the world’s first Instagram colouring book.
Prior to BBH Zach was a co-founder of HUSTLE, an agency built exclusively for Beats by Dre, by R/GA. His work for Beats includes, the LeBron James ‘Re-Established’ film as well as the internet-breaking #STRAIGHOUTTA campaign.
“We could not be more excited to welcome Zach back to our LA office,” said Keith Cartwright, executive creative director, 72andSunny Los Angeles. “As a sports and culture maven, Zach brings a unique energy and creative vigour to our team. He’s made recognisable work not only here in the past, but throughout his career, and we cannot wait to see what he brings this time around.”
“There’s nothing I’m more passionate about than football and creativity," said Zach. "So I couldn’t be more excited to be working on this iconic brand at this iconic agency.”
The following statement was released today by Zach Hilder, through a Spokesperson at 72andSunny located in Los Angeles, CA, in response to questions about his future career plans: