Caio Bamberg
Caio Bamberg

Ketchum has appointed Caio Bamberg chief executive officer for Ketchum Brazil, effective April 15. He succeeds CEO Valeria Perito and COO Rosana Monteiro, who will transition to advisory roles. Bamberg joins Ketchum from Wunderman, where he most recently served as chief operating officer of Wunderman Brazil. Previously, he founded digital advertising agency Urban Summer Digital Creative. Bamberg has worked with brands including IBM, Dell, General Motors, Renault, ESPN, Audi, Telefonica Vivo, Santander and Google. In his new role, he will guide the strategic direction of Ketchum Brazil as well as working to grow Ketchum’s business in the Brazilian market.

James Spector
James Marshall Spector

M Booth, a part of Next Fifteen Communications Group, has hired James Marshall Spector as vice president, creative director and Michelle Mason as vice president, associate creative director. Spector comes to M Booth from VaynerMedia, where he was creative director on such recent campaigns as Devour’s “Food Porn on Pornhub” and “1-83-FOODPORN,” which were the subject of a Super Bowl censorship controversy. He also developed integrated campaigns for global alcohol, entertainment, and CPG clients. Previously, he wrote and co-produced David Blaine’s prime-time network television specials on ABC and Travel Channel. Mason has served as associate creative director at Arnold Worldwide, and senior art director at Rapp. She has art directed and designed digital and social campaigns, live-action TV spots, stop-motion and motion-graphics videos, and global branding initiatives for a variety of clients. Spector will oversee the creative process for M Booth’s lifestyle, spirits, and consumer accounts, and Mason will oversee a team of 12 art directors, designers, and animators.

Andrew Bellows
Andrew Bellows

Crosby Marketing Communications has added Andrew Bellows to the client services team of its Washington, DC office as director, integration management. Bellows was an integration supervisor at Crosby from 2009 to 2013. He returns to Crosby from mdg (Marketing Design Group), where he was account director, leading integrated marketing programs for major conferences and trade shows. In his new post, he will oversee integrated campaigns for clients in Crosby’s government practice, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Fiona Galliani and Wayne Kirchner join the firm as associate integration managers.