LOS ANGELES — Creative agency Ralph has further expanded, with the opening of a Los Angeles office, joining its existing London and New York locations. Headed up by Ralph’s co-founder Iain Barrington-Light, the LA office will serve new and existing West Coast based brands, creating more capacity to expand Ralph’s creative and social media strategy and content offerings.
The office will also focus on creating short-form and long-form video and motion graphics content for clients such as Sony Music, Twentieth Century Fox and Square Enix. Ralph is also working closely with the social and marketing teams at Netflix across an increasing number of shows and initiatives, including Black Mirror, House Of Cards, their new original comedy platform “Netflix Is a Joke,” and the upcoming second season of Stranger Things.
Ralph was founded in London in 2005 and established a New York presence in 2009. The team on the East Coast will continue to focus on social media and entertainment marketing, while the London office remains committed to creating exciting brand campaigns, encompassing live events and immersive experiences spanning TV, digital and outdoor.
“This is an important milestone for the team at Ralph and gives us a great opportunity to work closer with our existing clients and some new studios in Los Angeles,” says Barrington-Light. “We’re currently recruiting some exciting talent, and hitting the ground running with our shiny, new West Coast home.”
Co-founder Chris Hassell adds: “It’s been a great year for Ralph, with highlights including work with Sony HQ on the Lost In Music campaign, award nominations for The Chainsmokers’ Paris VR experience, and exciting new work with Netflix, Twitter, Square Enix and more. We’re on a roll and whilst offices lead with certain offerings we are now able to offer a fully cohesive offering around the globe.”