Creative Impact Agency is in expansion mode.
The advertising agency has opened a New York City office and has tapped Jessica Tabin to run the new bureau.
Over the past 10 years, the Los Angeles-based company has cooked up print and digital campaigns and advised on media buys for such companies as Paramount, Sony, Fox, HBO, the Weinstein Company, Disney, Open Road, PBS, Six Flags, and Roadside Attractions.
As head of New York operations, Tabin will work with Big Apple-based clients such as A24, HBO and the Weinstein Company. The office will be in SoHo.
She joins Creative Impact Agency after overseeing film and television accounts at Sawyer Studios, where she worked on campaigns for such movies and shows as IFC’s “Boyhood,” HBO’s “The Jinx,” and the PBS multipart documentary “The Roosevelts.” Previously Tabin served as vice president, marketing and creative services at Terry Hines & Associates, where she worked on films including “Dallas Buyers Club” and “Moonrise Kingdom.”
Creative Impact Agency is led by Alan Lobel, Gus Castillo and Creative Director Lori Judd.