Ciaran Miller-Stubbs and Matt Ennis join Enigma

Enigma - Ciaran and Matt

Managing director Jack Mason said their additions are about “bolstering our management, while also deepening our client offering.”

Enigma has appointed Ciaran Miller-Stubbs as executive director and Matt Ennis as creative director, bolstering its creative and client teams.

Miller-Stubbs, formerly of The Monkeys and Emotive, will lead the independent agency’s Sydney team. Ennis, who was previously at Havas, will work on creative across the agency from Enigma’s Newcastle office.

Jack Mason, Enigma’s managing director, said: “Both men have led stellar careers, receiving accolades and industry kudos for their efforts. Their appointments bring significant expertise to our team, bolstering our management, while also deepening our client offering.”

Miller-Stubbs brings 15 years of creative agency experience to the Enigma team. He was most recently at Emotive, where he was the client services director, responsible for the NRL, Wotif, The Glenlivet and NSW Government accounts.

Prior to that, he spent almost six years across two stints at The Monkeys, leading MLA’s Lamb and Beef accounts, as well as Canadian Club, Jim Beam, and Amazon.

There’s so much potential in Enigma’s full-service model, and being a true independent brings a real point of difference to the market,” Miller-Stubbs said. “I’m stoked to be shaping things for the agency and our clients.”

Ennis, a multi-award-winning creative, joins the agency from Havas Host Australia, where he worked on iconic campaigns, including Air New Zealand’s “Bring on Winter”, which captured the attention of Game of Thrones author George R. R. Martin and received global news coverage.

He was also instrumental in launching a new global tourism platform for Fiji, listing Neighbours’ most famous Ramsay Street house on to celebrate the show’s finale, and leading the creative team to victory in the hotly contested Ikea pitch. Ennis also helped create the top-charting true crime podcast, Crime Interrupted, for the Australian Federal Police.

“I’m really excited to be part of Enigma, given its status as a genuine full-service independent,” Ennis added. “Their broad capabilities create an interesting creative sandbox that makes it a great place for groundbreaking work to flourish. I can’t wait to add my own expertise and ideas into the mix for our clients.”

Top image: Ciaran Miller-Stubbs and Matt Ennis

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