Engine has appointed Jules Chalkley, a creative director at Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R, to lead creative output across the group’s government accounts.
Chalkley, who becomes the creative director at Engine, will work closely with Engine’s advertising agency, WCRS, which works across all of the group’s government accounts, and the digital and direct business, Partners Andrews Aldridge.
Before Engine, Chalkley spent nine years as a creative director at RKCR/Y&R. He created campaigns for clients including Vodafone, the BBC, Marks & Spencer and Land Rover.
Chalkley began his advertising career in 1997 at St Luke’s, overseeing work for brands including Ikea, BT, Clarks and COI.
Debbie Klein, the chief executive of Engine UK, said:
“Jules has a brilliant track record working on some of the UK’s most creative brands. He’s truly integrated in his thinking, has lots of big-agency experience and, most importantly, is a really nice guy.”
This article was first published on Campaign