IPG agency Tierney has announced the addition of two new senior creative directors to its leadership team. Michael Lander and David Lan have both been named Senior Vice President, Creative Director reporting into Executive Vice President, Executive Creative Director, Patrick Hardy. The team will serve clients in Tierney's Philadelphia and New York offices.
Of the hires, Tierney President and CEO Mary Stengel said, "We plan to continue to invest in and recruit top talent. Our people and the creative solutions they provide our clients is critical to our success. We are committed to expanding our teams across the agency. By adding professionals like Michael and David, we are positioned to offer even better integrated solutions to our clients."
In the past, Lander led creative for brands including PNC Bank, Citibank, Dime Bank, IBM, Samsung, Dos Equis and the NFL. At BBDO, he ran social and digital for Visa and developed creative technologies for HP. At EURO RSCG/HAVAS, he headed the digital team for Oppenheimer and served as Social Media Creative Director for Cadillac at BigFuel.
He's received recognition from Cannes and the New York Addys and he's received a Webby for his work on Samsung and an Effie nod for the website he developed for the Visa Signature Card.
Lan began his career as an art director at Ogilvy. He's led campaigns for OBERLAND, 360i, McCann, Digitas, and MRM Worldwide. During his career Lan has developed a variety of social media and creative campaigns for global brands such as IBM, PNC Bank, Intel, Motorola, Canon, American Express, AT&T, Lenovo, and the NY Mets. His work for IBM has been recognized by the Effies and the New York Addys.