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gyro New York Names Kash Sree Executive Creative Director

Highly awarded creative promoted to lead key gyro global office

gyro New York Names Kash Sree Executive Creative Director

gyro has named Kash Sree  Executive Creative Director for its New York office.

During the past year, Sree has excelled at all levels working on the powerful Hiscox USA “I’mpossible” campaign as well Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and the Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation “End the Cycle” effort.

Sree has held positions at many top agencies including Wieden+Kennedy, where helped create some of the agency’s most iconic work for Nike, including the Tiger Woods “Hackeysack” spot, which quickly became a global hit. He also picked up a Cannes Grand Prix and an Emmy for his work on the Nike “Play” and “Move” campaigns.

Sree has worked at many of the top agencies including SS&K, where he was Chief Creative Officer. While at SS&K he was responsible for the total creative output for Chevy, Kraft, Pfizer, and Subway. He also held Executive Creative Director roles at Perreira & O’Dell and JWT, in addition to vital roles at BBH New York and Leo Burnett Chicago.

Along the way, he has been truly global in not only his thinking, but also his location. He has held top roles in New York, Sydney, Singapore, India, Portland and London.

Over the course of his career, Sree worked on and turned around huge global accounts including Vaseline Healthcare, DeBeers, Axe, British Airways, Kleenex, and Nintendo, to name a few.

“It is not every day that you have one of the most respected creatives in advertising ready to step in and take on a top leadership role,” said gyro ceo+cco Christoph Becker. “Anyone who has worked with him can attest to the pure creative power he possesses, his understanding of what humanly relevant work looks like and the respect he receives from the industry at large.”

Sree said: “There’s something special going on at gyro. I joined because of the people, and the chance to learn and make a difference in the business-to-business space.”