As a five-year veteran of Landor, Jérémie Barry has been promoted to creative director of Landor’s Paris office.
Barry joined Landor in 2013 as a senior designer and was promoted to design director in 2015. Since then, he has established himself as one of the key players in Landor’s creative excellence, winning numerous awards including seven Design Lions at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, eight D&AD Pencils, one Grand Prix Stratégies du Design, two Grand Prix TOP/COM Corporate Business Awards, and three Clio Awards.
As creative director of Landor Paris, Barry will bring his focus of ideation, innovation, and craftmanship to the entire studio. His dedication and drive will help propel Landor Paris forward, and allow it to collaborate even more extensively with other Landor offices.
About the announcement of Barry’s promotion, Tristan Macherel, executive creative director of Landor Europe, commented, “Choosing Jérémie to lead the Paris studio was obvious. He has quickly become a real creative partner who makes the agency shine.”
Barry reflected on his promotion, stating, “I’m thrilled to be taking on the creative direction of Paris, and I am looking forward to continually expanding our ideas and pushing our creative people. My goal is to encourage them to not only be great thinkers, but also doers, bringing the most daring and bold ideas to life for our clients and their businesses.”
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