Advertising agency barrettSF (bSF) has promoted three of its employees—Jillian Davis, Conor Duignan and Todd Eisner—to associate partners, Founder and Executive Creative Director Jamie Barrett announced today.
Davis, who is director of Brand Strategy, works on the shop’s 2K games, Twilio, Yellow Pages, and Hess Family Wine Estate accounts and has held strategic roles for brands such as Target, MSNBC, Blu Dot, Google, and Pepsi. She came to the agency from San Francisco brand strategy and design firm Office and creative shop mono in Minneapolis.
Duignan joined barrettSF’s head of Production, from Goodby Silverstein & Partners, where he was a senior broadcast producer and responsible for all aspects of TV advertising production, including bidding, director and editor search and selection, filming, internal team management, and balancing vendor relationships.
Prior to that, Duignan served as communications officer for the San Francisco Mayor’s Office. He currently works across all bSF agency business.
Eisner is the creative director and creative leader behind barrettSF campaigns for the WWE 2K, Mafia 2K, Yellow Pages, and Rubio’s Restaurants. He was recruited by Jamie Barrett, founder of barrettSF, who also worked at Goodby Silverstein. Eisner has created award-winning work for brands including Chevy, Cheetos, Sonic, Bleacher Report, and TD Ameritrade.
“Hiring Jillian, Conor and Todd were three of the best decisions we’ve ever made. They’ve made us better in every way, and we couldn’t imagine a future without them. Patrick Kelly, Molly Warner and I are honored to call them our partners,” said Barret, in a release.