Anthologie team continues expansion with four new senior hires

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Anthologie team continues expansion with four new senior hires

Anthologie has continued to grow with the announcement of four new hires including new Creative Director, Wilson Bonilla, following significant local and international client wins over the past six months.


Bonilla has spent most of his adult life in New York City, building a career with some of the world’s top agencies including Wieden + Kennedy, SY Partners, Brand Union and JWT. He’s worked with brands like Oprah, Bank of America, Nike, IBM, Absolut Vodka, Kahlua and Rolex, among others. Hailing originally from Colombia, he and his family moved to Perth in 2018.

Amy Sutton, Anthologie, Managing Director, said: “We are thrilled to welcome a global talent such as Wilson to the team, with a passion for big ideas and an eye on the craft, he’s a perfect fit for Anthologie and where we’re heading.”

Jenni Wallis spent the last two decades deep-diving into creative delivery at the University of Western Australia. Her unique strengths bring together business and technology teams to deliver user-centric products and solutions. As Anthologie’s Digital Project Lead, she’ll contribute her experience and leadership in a key business area supporting the growth into new markets.

Pascal Bompard brings a wealth of expertise to his new role as Anthologie’s Experience Design Lead, having worked with clients such as Artrya, HBF, University of Western Australia, Tourism WA, Transperth, Perth Airport, Water Corporation and Western Power. Joining Anthologie from Hatchd, his role will be to oversee the quality of our product design, ensuring every release is purpose-built according to best practice and audience needs.

Hugo Jenkins is a UX specialist from the product space who’s worked with Isobar, EPA Victoria, National Archives of Australia, Department of Education Victoria, Australian Tax Office, UsabilityHub, Medibank Private, MYOB and iiNet. Having returned to Perth from Melbourne, he joins Anthologie as an Experience Design Lead on contract. When not thinking about user experiences, he composes and produces electronic music.

Up next for Anthologie is to further build their strategy and innovation offering whilst they settle into their new purpose built creative space in East Perth.

Pictured L-R: Wilson Bonilla, Jenni Wallis, Pascal Bompard, Hugo Jenkins.