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Industry veterans Patrick Dillon, Seth Phillips Althoff, Brian Setzer and Luke Silver-Greenberg have teamed to launch a new endeavor, entertainment marketing agency BOND.
Additionally, Peter Stark has joined as creative director of the BOND’s print group. As creative director at BLT & Associates, he and his team directed print campaigns for Star Trek, Game of Thrones and Spider-Man.
The Hollywood-based BOND, offering print, digital and A/V services, will provide a 360-degree offering to studios, publishers and brands, focusing on strategic initiatives, emerging technologies and creative. The company’s website is http://www.wearebond.com.
Dillon, co-founder of Art Machine, will serve as creative director. He helped Art Machine grow from a start-up and in 2007, helped the company merge with Trailer Park.
Althoff, who previously led Mojo as COO/CFO, will serve as managing director. He has also worked at Crew Creative as president of operations and employee relations.
Setzer will assume the director of strategic business development position at BOND, focusing on execution of client priorities. He previously worked at Trailer Park, where he and his team managed the development of integrated campaigns for titles including Batman: Arkham City.
Silver-Greenberg, who founded digital marketing agency Silver-Greenberg/Associates, will take on BOND’s digital offering while developing new business opportunities.
BOND’s name comes from the desire to create bonds between colleagues, clients and consumers.
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