Turquoise strengthens design team

London screen branding group Turquoise Branding has appointed two senior-level creatives to its team.

Juan Pedrazza, previously senior designer at Anderson Norton Design, joins as creative director. Pedrazza will be working with Turquoise’s creative team to develop and implement creative solutions.

Sarah Emery joins the group as senior designer in charge of her own team as well as generating ideas and strategic creative policy. Emery has worked with major brands, including Marks & Spencer, Currys and Accessorize.

The appointments follow a number of recent business wins for Turquoise, including European mobile content company Blinko, the national broadcasting corporation in Saudi Arabia, Saudi TV, and Maltese quad play company Go.

Last year Turquoise created a brand identity for Freedom4, the joint venture from Pipex Wireless and new broadband wireless service Intel Freedom.

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