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New faces at Otley's Words&Pictures
11:00pm Wednesday 20th March 2013 in News
Multi-award winning Otley firm Words&Pictures has appointed four new staff to support its continuing growth.
The communications specialists, which has won 125 awards in ten years, says the new recruits will help tackle developments in multi-media.
Mike Heyes has joined as an experienced studio manager, Natalie Scott as a graduate trainee designer, Sam Holden as accounts administrator, and Kim Shone as a graduate trainee in the client management team.
Company founder and chairman Tony Layton said: “With a fast-moving environment in the communications industry, we’ve had to continually enhance our skill sets at Words&Pictures.
“These appointments will help us help our clients in offering them the best possible communication solutions.”
Previously based in Leeds, Mr Heyes managed high-volume artwork in the UK and for an off-shore team in India for ten years. His new role is to ensure all projects are produced on time and within budget.
The group has also won the Agency Team Of The Year title in the Institute of Internal Communications (IoIC) awards in four of the past six years.
Mr Layton said the company would be announcing further appo-intments later in the year.