T3 hired Chris Wooster as executive creative director. He will work alongside Jay Suhr, chief creative officer of T3, to drive the company's creative efforts. Wooster has more than 20 years of
experience in brand and creative development with focus on digital, user experience, and social. He rejoins T3 after spending five years at McGarryBowen in Chicago and New York. At McGarryBowen,
Wooster served as the agency's first digital executive creative director and helped foster integration and growth of its digital business. While there, he was part of several new business efforts,
including United Airlines and Staples. During his initial stint at T3 from 2007-2009, Wooster led the Marriott digital teams and was the creative lead on successful pitches for UPS and the U.S.
Department of Education's "I'm Going" site and social programs. In addition to time at mcgarrybowen, Wooster spent several years at Mullen, helping to build the agency's digital practices. "We are
thrilled to welcome Chris back to T3," said Gay Gaddis, CEO of T3. "He will be integral to the team bringing with him his extensive experience in brand development and digital leadership. Chris'
expertise will be an immediate asset to T3 and our clients as we continue to expand our business taking full advantage of all the exciting opportunities ahead."