Andy Lynch joins Fuzion Communications

Andy Lynch joins Fuzion Communications

Andy Lynch has joined Fuzion Communications as their Creative Director. Andy joins Fuzion from RTÉ where he primarily led the design, motion graphics and video editing output of the Central Communications department, which is responsible for all of RTÉ’s marketing materials as well as a variety of collaborative arts partnerships and national initiatives.


Andy began his design career with Media Manager, Cork and since then has built an extensive portfolio. After a number of years, Andy relocated to Dublin and set his sights for Maximum Media, where he worked for a host of external clients such as Mondelez, Unilever, Diageo, AIB and many more. In the time Andy spent in the organisation he was able to upskill substantially as well as developing broadcast-level motion design skills.


Apart from his expertise in design, Andy also brings managerial experience with him to Fuzion. During his time spent with Communicorp, Andy oversaw and managed the design of brands including Today FM, 98FM and SPIN. He worked on a vast array of projects such as digital marketing campaigns, show branding, vehicle liveries, national out of home print campaigns and event stage design at Longitude and Electric Picnic.


Andy, who holds a degree in Creative Digital Media from CIT, is delighted to join the team at Fuzion Communications.

I’m looking forward to leading the creative team with Fuzion Communications and achieving some great results for all our clients. It’s a great opportunity to work with a diverse range of clients across so many different sectors. Every great design begins with an even better story, hence why working with Fuzion excites me as they are a full-service agency that integrates their approach of communications with design, marketing and PR and goes above and beyond to tell the story of the clients they work with

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