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WMH&I Expands Creative Team with Senior Hires Following Recent Client Wins

After securing major clients like Amazon and High Liner Foods, WMH&I enhances its creative team with senior appointments. James Flint and Andi Yanto bring vast expertise to drive creative success.

James Flint and Andi Yanto

WMH&I is strengthening its creative department with two senior appointments following new business wins from clients such as Amazon, Holcim, and High Liner Foods. The new hires, James Flint and Andi Yanto, will report directly to Mark Nichols, Creative Director at the agency.

James Flint, promoted to Design Director, joined WMH&I as a Creative Lead two years ago. Recognized for his instrumental role in shaping the agency's trajectory post the merger of WMH with Identica in 2021, Flint has worked with major clients including Castrol, Pernod Ricard, Tesco, and High Liner Foods. In his new role, Flint will drive creative expectations and ensure high creative standards are maintained. He brings prior experience from renowned agencies like SAS, MSL, and me&dave.

Joining as Creative Lead, Andi Yanto comes from White Bear Studio, where he served as Design Director. Yanto, who moved from Sydney in 2012, has held senior design roles at prominent London agencies such as Superunion, Lambie-Nairn, and Landor. At WMH&I, he will be responsible for pushing the boundaries of creative work and supporting the design team. Yanto's portfolio includes the brand identity for the Invictus Games and the successful United 2026 FIFA World Cup bid design for the USA, Mexico, and Canada.

Celebrating the appointments, Mark Nichols, Creative Director, said, "We are delighted to bolster our creative team with James and Andi. Their expertise, experience and ability to find the magic in every brief sets WMH&I for further creative success." This move marks a significant expansion for WMH&I, positioning it for further growth and innovation in its creative endeavors.