Marty Senn has been named chief creative officer at Carmichael Lynch, effective immediately.
Since joining the agency in 2013, Senn has held the position of executive creative director, spearheading Carmichael Lynch’s Jack Link’s Protein Snacks, BJ’s Restaurants and Sierra Trading Post accounts, among others. He has been instrumental in securing large wins in highly competitive new business reviews, most recently leading the charge in Carmichael Lynch’s successful bid for the U.S. Bank business. In addition, he’s helped win new client assignments across a growing array of agency capabilities, including sophisticated social media and analytics services.
Senn brings an extensive background in creating content for emerging platforms, numbering Google, Comcast and Virgin Mobile among recent past clients. He has also created numerous award-winning campaigns for the likes of Jeep, Levi’s, and Time Magazine.
Carmichael Lynch CEO Mike Lescarbeau commented, “Marty Senn has established himself as a creative leader of the highest order, garnering every manner of recognition here in the US and abroad. In his relatively short time at Carmichael Lynch, he has forged highly productive relationships with key contributors from across our organization, and we look forward to the many ways he will help us grow.”
“It’s a huge honor, and a responsibility I don’t take lightly,” said Senn. “I came here three years ago because I loved the people and the talent and the trajectory this agency is on, and I’m thrilled to get play such a meaningful role in what comes next.”
Senn joined the agency from Goodby, Silverstein & Partners in San Francisco. He has also held high profile posts at agencies in New York and London.