5 Minutes With: DDB Australia CCO Stephen De Wolf

Art director, creative director, executive creative officer, chief creative officer and national creative officer are all job titles that have been bestowed upon DDB Australia’s Stephen de Wolf. The man behind the titles is a creative whose work has spanned the world and in the instance of ‘Meet Graham’, was the most awarded creative work in the world at one stage.

Now that circumstances have seen Stephen move back from his adopted home of London to Australia, he’s taken up the helm of DDB Australia’s creative offering where he’s keen to push Australian creativity to the limit and make it shine on a global stage.

As he settles into his role, LBB’s Natasha Patel caught up with Stephen to hear more.

LBB> Firstly, congratulations on the new role at DDB Australia! How does it feel to be appointed as the agency’s new CCO?

Stephen> Thank you. I’m absolutely humbled by the opportunity to be joining the DDB team. I wholeheartedly believe agencies are only as good as our people and clients, and when I look at the brilliant people and the incredible clients at DDB, I feel extremely lucky.

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