Victors & Spoils Loses Evan Fry to CP+B
After a summer-long hiatus from his position as Chief Creative Officer of Boulder's Victors & Spoils — the agency which he also founded — it's been announced today that Evan Fry will rejoin Crispin in the newly-created role of Executive Director of Creative Development. Evan will work as an integral part of the creative department, where he will focus on evolving the creative process as well as offering mentorship and support.
“As we continue to grow the creative department, we have been examining ways to consistently invigorate our creative capabilities and create an environment where creatives and their work are really able to flourish. We’ve realized that one of the best ways to do this is to add roles that aren’t typical to creative departments. We did it with Dave Swartz as Director of Art and Design, who works with the agency’s art directors and designers to develop ideas visually throughout the creative process. And now we have found an additional way to inspire our creatives with Evan Fry,” said Rob Reilly, Partner and Worldwide Chief Creative Officer, CP+B. “Evan has an incredible way of looking at things. He has real creative drive and unlimited expertise across a variety of platforms. He ispassionate about so many parts of our business and we believe that is the key to helping us craft the most productive and rewarding creative process any agency can have. We are really excited to have him back with us.”
“The timing was pretty much perfect for me to come back to CP+B,” said Evan Fry. “And so was the position. I feel that there is so much that I can contribute to the agency. I love writing ads, I love production, I love the teaching process and the craft. And I believe in empowering those around me and encouraging them to think in new and exciting ways. I’m back now and it’s so exciting to be working with new people as well as so many of my friends who are continually reinventing what it means to be an agency and pushing the boundaries in remarkable ways. It’s a new era for CP+B. One with a lot of momentum, a lot of chutzpah and a kick-ass, evolving identity. And I am honored and grateful to be a part of it."