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Holly Abey Joins Skunk London as Head of Sales and Marketing

Abey most recently headed up Sales and Marketing at Somesuch

Holly Abey Joins Skunk London as Head of Sales and Marketing

SKUNK London has kicked off 2017 with new directors’ representation in the form of the talented Holly Abey, joining as Head of Sales and Marketing.

Holly started her career as a TV researcher at the BBC and ITV before deciding to move over to advertising. After a two week stint covering reception at Wieden+Kennedy, she swiftly took up residence in the TV department as a Production Assistant to Dannie Stewart and Jon Chads.

After working on major spots for brands such as Honda, Nokia, Cravendale and others, she moved up to producing at Media Arts Lab followed by stints at the Red Brick Road and VCCP.

However, the pull of production became too much, so after travelling to Brazil to learn to surf (but failing by all accounts...), she joined The Sweetshop as their Directors’ Representative working with Spencer Dodd and Morgan Whitlock to raise the profile of The Sweetshop company brand and directorial roster. Whilst there she continued to produce content and music videos for the likes of Ben Dawkins, Alexander Brown and David Petch.

After The Sweetshop, Holly headed up Sales and Marketing at Somesuch before joining SKUNK in the same role.

SKUNK MD Kate Taylor says: “After working with OB Management for a while to raise SKUNK London’s profile we swiftly found ourselves in the great position of needing an in-house Head of Sales and Marketing and I couldn’t be happier that Holly has agreed to join the team. She is a huge asset to SKUNK and a truly great fit for the company”.

OB Management will continue to represent SKUNK for Music Videos.

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