Good Relations strengthens creative offering with new hires

Good Relations has hired three new people to its creative team, including a graphic designer, to join its creative director.

New creative team: (Left to right) Fernanda Gasparin, Oliver Dove, Christian de Cianni, Lauren Zeitoun
New creative team: (Left to right) Fernanda Gasparin, Oliver Dove, Christian de Cianni, Lauren Zeitoun
Senior graphic designer Christian de Cianni, together with Lauren Zeitoun and Fernanda Gasparin, who previously worked together at Razorfish, have joined the team under Oliver Dove, Good Relations’ executive creative director.

De Cianni graduated from Istituto Europeo di Design, a design school in Turin, and has experience working in the UK, Italy and the US, including as a designer for Marks & Spencer.

Zeitoun and Gasparin worked together at the digital media agency Razorfish, part of Publicis Groupe, where they worked on the launch of Dove’s premium range.

Previously, Zeitoun was at Proximity BBDO, where she worked on accounts including Gillette, Oreo and HP.

Gasparin was previously at The Social Practice, where she worked on brands such as Dove, Dyno and Surf.

Collectively the team has experience across a wide range of creative disciplines including copy-writing, art direction, web design, digital and film. 

The new team reports directly to Dove, who joined Good Relations in July from Google’s creative agency Across the Pond. 

Dove started his career in London advertising agencies before moving to Australia and working with the comms agency George Patterson Y&R. 

He has since worked for Sky as creative director as well as on the recent rebrand of ITV. 

The creative team will work with the PR account teams as part of the agency’s integrated approach to its work.

Richard Moss, managing director at Good Relations, said: "Increasingly we are delivering fully integrated, multi-stakeholder campaigns for our clients. These new hires give us an industry-leading creative capability."

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