After working with the agency as creative leader for the last four months, Bart Pawlak has been appointed executive creative director of 303 MullenLowe Sydney.
Pawlak left VMLY&R Sydney in April 2019, a position he had held for four and a half years. Starring in Pawlak’s portfolio of effective work built over twenty years are behaviour change campaigns for the Government, tackling issues such as driver fatigue (Don’t Trust Your Tired Self), motorcycle safety (Ride To Live), infrastructure developments (Tomorrow’s Sydney) and childhood vaccination (Save The Date To Vaccinate).
He has also been responsible for re-launching both well-known and contemporary Australian brands, such as NRMA motoring and Menulog, and has been awarded at all the shows that matter.
Pawlak’s proudest career achievement to date was working with former US Vice-President Al Gore, creating a global campaign that, for the first time ever, saw children address the UN General Assembly, as ambassadors of the future, a campaign that validated his belief in the power of creative thinking to inspire positive change in the world.
“We are delighted Bart has agreed to join us. He is a wonderful talent who is a perfect complement to our culture. He has been a pleasure to work with and has demonstrated his leadership and creative capabilities. He brings a breadth of experience and an ambition to continue to build the agency’s creative successes,” stated Joanna Gray, managing director, 303 MullenLowe.
“Bart joins a senior and settled creative offering including long-serving creative directors, Adam Whitehead and Sean Larkin, and will partner up with Richard Berney, executive creative director of 303 MullenLowe Perth.”
“I am delighted to join a group of talented and fun people and an agency with a unique combination of creative, media and data skills. The agency’s long-held belief in the power of these three disciplines, which it calls its brand trinity, provides a powerful platform to create game-changing ideas. Also, with an array of amazing brands to work with it’s a genuinely exciting opportunity,” Pawlak added.