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Whitehouse Post’s Alaster Jordan Relocates to New York


Alaster Jordan
Alaster Jordan
Whitehouse Post editor and partner Alaster Jordan will relocate from London to New York at the first of the year. The move comes at a busy time for Whitehouse Post, with a record volume of work prompting the post house to increase its editorial load in one of the industry’s busiest markets.

“I’m really looking forward to having Alaster in NYC as the Whitehouse Partners and EPs collaborate very closely,” noted Whitehouse Post NYC EP Lauren Hertzberg.

Jordan is positioned to take on a senior role in New York, having had more than 20 years experience working with directors and agencies in the city. Whilst engaging with his new office’s business and management duties, Jordan will continue to utilize his editorial skills for his New York clients.

“The move really made a lot of sense for me,” explained Jordan. “I’ve always enjoyed working with the agencies and directors in New York and this will be a great chance to grow those relationships while working closely with the NYC office’s fantastic team.”

Jordan’s recent work includes the “Puma Hardchorus” sing along, a Jean Claude Van Damme campaign for Coors Light, a pair of spots for the British Heart Foundation, and a Walkers(Lays) spot. His reel has also included work for Dr Pepper, BMW, Budweiser, Toyota, McDonald’s, Mini, Optimum, Vodafone, T-Mobile and Volkswagen.

Jordan’s work has won several industry awards, including honors from BTAA, D&AD, Creative Circle, Cannes, CLIO, One Show, APA, Adweek and the Shark Awards. Prior to joining Whitehouse Post, Jordan ran his own company, Johnny Bongo.

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