Scott Murray, Dani Kollin Join Midnight Oil

by Cate Lecuyer  |  03.21.2017

Scott Murray will join the team as senior vice president, creative content, and Dani Kollin will join as creative director.

Midnight Oil is a growing, full-service agency that partners with motion picture and TV/streaming studios, video game publishers, consumer goods brands, and a robotics corporation.

Murray, who will lead Midnight Oil’s creative content team, has previously lead content teams at Herzog & Company and Buddha Jones. He has also worked on film and TV campaigns for major studios, and recent work includes the production of Chinese social media content for Warcraft.

Kollin will lead the creative on Midnight Oil’s SoftBank Robotics account. His experience includes a number of award winning campaigns including the Microsoft account for Ogilvy & Mather, the Samsung Mobile account for Razorfish, and the Hot Wheels and Matchbox brands for Mattel.

“The industry’s continued complexities place a greater emphasis on our agency becoming the most informed, valued advisers we can be,” Brandon Gabriel, Midnight Oil’s EVP, business development, said in a statement. “In order to fulfill this vision, we must continue to invest in people, our process, platforms, and technology.”

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