AMV BBDO's Head of Art Creative Partner, Rosie Arnold steps down
In her 35-year-long career in advertising, Arnold spent three decades at Bartle Bogle Hegarty London where she rose to the position of Creative Director before joining AMV BBDO in 2016
Published - Nov 15, 2018 8:58 AM Updated: Nov 15, 2018 8:58 AM
AMV BBDO’s Head of Art Creative Partner, Rosie Arnold, will be stepping down after a 35-year career in advertising.
The creative legend spent three decades in advertising at Bartle Bogle Hegarty London where she rose to the position of Creative Director before taking up the Head of Art role at AMV BBDO in 2016.
AMV BBDO’s Executive Creative Directors, Adrian Rossi and Alex Grieve praised the impact she had on the company stating, “We will be hiring a hundred to replace the irreplaceable Rosie Arnold. They are big (high heeled) shoes to fill, too big for one person.”
Arnold said in a statement, “After 35 years in this amazing business I am leaving AMV to pursue my personal passions. I remain committed to helping more diversity into creative departments and will be working with several organisations developing masterclasses and mentoring.”
She added, “I love this business and consider myself immensely fortunate to have worked in it with the very best people in the very best agencies.”
Arnold will continue championing diversity through SheSays, D&AD and Creative Equals organisations.
This is the second senior departure at AMV, after Dame Cilla Snowball, Group Chairman and Group Chief Executive, announced her plans to leave at the end of 2018.For more updates, be socially connected with us on
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