NFA adds two creative leaders in Montreal

ECD Stuart Macmillian and CD Jean-Philippe Duval will work on clients from across the agency's Canadian operations.

Jean-Philippe Dugal (left) and Stuart Macmillan are joining No Fixed Address as creative director, art and executive creative director, copy, respectively.

No Fixed Address is bolstering its creative team in Montreal with the hiring of Stuart Macmillan and Jean-Philippe Dugal.

The pair have joined the agency from Lg2, where they had spent some time working together on clients including Gender Creative Kids Canada, Bell, Air Canada Vacations, CCM and Hydro Quebec, among others. At NFA, they will be formally partnering up and working across NFA clients, including recent wins Telefilm and CREA, Jack Latulippe, partner and CCO of NFA, tells strategy.

“Their mandate will continue to grow and evolve as new client work comes through the door,” he adds.

Macmillan, who has been hired into the role of ECD, copy, says he was attracted by the agency’s “culture of fearless thinking.” Dugal, hired as CD, art, says “access to the multidisciplinary talent spread throughout NFA’s entire ecosystem is really exciting.”

Though the duo will be based out of NFA’s Montreal office, they will be working on clients across its Canadian operations, Latulippe says.

“True to our name, it’s not about where our talent are, but who they are,” he explains. “Stuart and JP are amazing talents who develop the type of work we aim to do here at NFA, and we are thrilled to have them in our family. Since they are both located in Montreal, they will work from that office but will have the ability to stretch across other clients within the Grid.”