DPDK presents two new partners
We proudly present two new partners within the agency. Anouk van de Sande and Antwan van der Mooren have both worked at the agency for a long time and now join as partner. In addition to the current partners Pim van Helten, Paul Jitta and Michael Vromans, this brings the total number of partners to five.
Creative Director Anouk van de Sande has worked for the agency for over eleven years. Once starting as an intern, she has already held several creative positions within the agency, including her current role as Creative Director. Pim van Helten (CEO) says: “Anouk became involved in the development of DPDK at a very early stage and had an enormous influence on the work that we have made. I am personally very proud that she is taking this step and I look forward with great confidence and passion to our joint future.” Anouk specializes in Brands & Products. She has been part of many professional juries including the SpinAwards, TheFWA and ADCN.
Head of Technology Antwan van der Mooren has been working at the agency for ten years. Just like van de Sande, van der Mooren became involved in the rapid development of the agency upon starting out as intern. Van Helten: “With his technical background, Antwan has a key role when it comes to technical production for DPDK's clients. Better than anyone, he understands what is needed within our development teams to deliver projects at an exceptional level.” Van der Mooren is a part from Head of Technology and a lecturer in Creative Media & Game Technologies at Rotterdam University of applied sciences.
In addition to van der Mooren and van de Sande, partners Paul Jitta and co-founder Pim van Helten have also been working for the agency throughout their active careers. Partner and Creative Director Michael Vromans has been working at the agency for 8 years after a long career at several other agencies. Combined, the 5 partners have over 70 years of work experience with digital productions and design. Currently working from offices in Rotterdam, New York and the recently opened San Francisco.