Three new hires in Steve Caputo, Grace Gordon and Louis-Philippe Riel will help fill out the team.
Trevor Eld has been named chief creative officer by The Fader and Cornerstone and will work both on the agency and the editorial sides in this newly-created inter-departmental position. Eld wil report directly to Fader co-founders Rob Stone and Jon Cohen with three new hires -- Steve Caputo, Grace Gordon and Louis-Philippe Riel -- rounding out the new team.
Eld has worked with a wide range of strategic, creative and production disciplines over the course of his eighteen-year career serving as executive creative director at R/GA where he helped lead integrated campaigns and digital product design for a roster that included Samsung, Converse, HBO, Coca-Cola, Nike, Mastercard, vitaminwater, and Chanel. Notable projects include Rihanna x Samsung's ANTIdiaRy, HBO GO, Converse Music, and The Sampler by Converse.
"Trevor combines a love and understanding of music and culture with amazing creativity and strategic vision,” Cohen tells Billboard. “He represents everything that makes The Fader special. He is building a first class team that no doubt will help us take The Fader, Cornerstone and our work to the next level."