RAPP Vet Joins LO:LA as Creative Director

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LO:LA (London: Los Angeles), the full-service creative agency launched by RAPP veterans earlier this year, hired Dave Scott as creative director.
Scott will be tasked with leading creative strategy along with founder and CEO  Nick Platt, as well as supporting new business development efforts with partner and head of client relations Rosanne Ramos.
“At LO:LA, we’re always looking to add innovative, seasoned talent to the family,” Platt said in a statement. “When the opportunity to integrate Dave – a close mate and longtime colleague – into the LO:LA team arose, we jumped at it with no hesitation. His track record speaks for itself.”
Scott joins LO:LA from RAPP, where he spent the past two years, most recently serving as senior vice president, group creative director and creative lead on the Toyota account. Before joining the Los Angeles office of RAPP, Scott spent nearly a year as a group creative director with WPP’s Ford unit, GTB. Prior to that he spent over five years with OgilvyOne in Melbourne, serving as creative director and working with brands including BMW, Mini, Bank of Melbourne and OfficeMax.
“Dave has been close to the LO:LA team from its infancy, even before we were a fully-fledged concept, based on our previous working relationship at RAPP,” Ramos added. “The time finally came to make it official and we couldn’t be more pleased.”