Sheffield based creative agency Grey Matter has appointed Andrew Marsden as its Creative Director. In this new role, Andrew will be responsible for ensuring that Grey Matter’s client work is of the highest standard across all aspects of creative output, including brand development, advertising, web design, digital marketing and event and exhibition production.
Andrew has worked at Grey Matter since June 2014. He previously spent 14 years in regional design agencies working on projects for clients including Saint-Gobain Glass, University of Leeds and Polypipe.
Since joining Grey Matter, as Head of Creative, he has led the team through some of its most ambitious and successful projects to date. These have included the comprehensive rebrand of Weston Park Cancer Charity, the development of many brands within the ‘Made in Sheffield’ organisation, the CCL suite of collateral and websites, and the creation of a completely new corporate identity for Precision Technologies, the midlands based Formula One engineering company.
Announcing Andrew’s appointment as Creative Director, Grey Matter’s Managing Director Sean Hampsey commented:
“We knew when we first met Andrew that he was a design professional of the highest calibre. The unusual breadth of his skills and experience is important in an agency that spans so many creative disciplines. At a time when we’re growing our client base and our capabilities in video production, commercial design and branding, the leadership of a seasoned creative professional is increasingly important for our clients’ success.”
Commenting on his new role, Andrew said:
“I was aware of the really great work that Grey Matter was doing for many years and it was good to meet and get to work with a team so focused on producing excellence for their clients. I’m excited to be leading the creative output of the agency, and building on its fantastic reputation for creative and client support. We will continue to help our clients build their businesses with high quality creative content and effective communication strategies.”