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Life Healthcare Comms expands creative team

Chris Owens, Catriona Hampton and Kerry Stevenson join
Life Chris, Kerry, Cat

From left: Chris Owens, Kerry Stevenson and Catriona Hampton

Life Healthcare Communications has bolstered its creative team with two new appointments and a promotion.

Chris Owens joins as an associate creative director, joining from CDM London where he served as deputy creative director.

Prior to this, Owens worked at Nitrogen, a healthcare communications agency, and also brings experience from Burkitt DDB, EHS Brann and Saatchi & Saatchi Healthcare.

Catriona Hampton, previously head of copy at Life, also becomes an associate creative director and will jointly head up Life's creative department with Owens.

She moved to Life from PAN Unlimited in 2014 where she was head of copy, and prior to this worked at Luxford Advertising as a copywriter.

Meanwhile, Kerry Stevenson joins Life as a copywriter, having moved to the agency from Ogilvy Healthworld. Previously, Stevenson was an account coordinator at McCann Complete Medical.

1st July 2016

From: Marketing

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