Fallon unveils new management team

June 2006
Campaign;6/23/2006, Issue 25, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that Fallon London's Juan Cabral and Micah Walker have been promoted to partners in a management shake-up that sees three other promotions to partner status. Cabral and Walker were also recently promoted to creative directors. Cabral wrote and art directed the "balls" spot for Sony Bravia, widely expected to do well at the Cannes Advertising Festival this weekend. Recently, Walker created the new Ask.com campaign. Mark Sinnock, Fallon's senior planner, has also been named a partner.


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