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Life appoints principal writer

Catriona Hampton joins from Pan

Life Catriona HamptonUK-based healthcare advertising agency Life has hired Catriona Hampton as principal writer.

Hampton joins Life from Pan, where she was head of copy. She has a degree in immunology from King's College, London, and is an experienced copywriter and concept generator, said Life in a statement.

Reporting to head of copy Elinor Washbrook, Hampton will work on the Alcon brand portfolio, Femoston, Abbott and Pixuvri.

"I'm thrilled to have joined Life. I felt welcomed from the outset, love the friendly, informal atmosphere and am excited about the fantastic creative work that Life produces,” she told PMLiVE.

Hampton's appointment brings Life's headcount to 24. The agency is hiring in all departments, and is looking in particular for a digital project manager and talented creatives.

Operating out of a former Windsor pub – The Hernes Oak – Life offers clients a range of services, including brand development, direct marketing and app development.

19th August 2014

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