Jules Chalkley Joins BMB as Chief Creative Officer
BMB has hired Jules Chalkley, the Engine creative director, as Chief Creative Officer.
At Engine, Chalkley leads the creative output across the group’s government business and works closely with WCRS on accounts including Royal Navy. He was also responsible for the highly-awarded NHS ‘Missing Type’ campaign in 2015.
Chalkley has built a highly integrated creative skillset spanning advertising, PR, social media, experiential, and digital.
Before Engine, he worked at Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R on campaigns for clients including Land Rover (#hibernot), Marks & Spencer, Vodafone and the BBC’s coverage of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Juliet Haygarth, the chief executive of BMB, said: “Jules manages to combine an understanding and appreciation of the creative drive and craft of brilliant advertising, alongside the ability to create contemporary and agile creative ideas. He’ll be a great addition to the team.”
Chalkley added: “Engine has been a brilliant time in my life. I’ve been very lucky to work with an incredible team and clients. BMB is an amazing opportunity, I’ve always dreamt of being part of the evolution of an agency steeped in genuine creative greatness. There is a wonderful future to be had making it the most creatively exciting, relevant, fearless and dynamic force to be reckoned with. And have a great time doing it.”