Fiona Kenny joins the Bright Art Licensing Team as new Agent

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Art Licensing agent Fiona Kenny has joined illustration agency Bright Group international’s London office.

Kenny reports directly to Senior Art Licensing Agent Hannah Curtis. She will work with some of the department’s existing clients as well as looking for new opportunities and creative talent.

Fiona has worked in licensing for nearly 5 years and has supported clients worldwide in a variety of industries, including greetings cards, ceramics, stationary, TV and editorial. While working within the fine art industry, Fiona engaged with hundreds of artists, estates and museums and has gained a strong understanding of copyright law.

New to the Art Licensing team, Fiona has said “I am very excited to be working with Bright’s diverse and talented illustrators. Highly motivated, enthusiastic and committed to promoting artists and developing their artwork, I enjoy building close working relationships with both artists and clients and look forward to the opportunity of bringing new ideas to the fore at Bright.”

Senior Agent Hannah Curtis said: “We are delighted to have Fiona on board. Bright is now one of the fastest growing and most recognised illustration and licensing agencies to emerge in recent years. We were seeking to appoint an experienced and enthusiastic Agent with great industry knowledge and Fiona’s background makes her the perfect fit. With a growing team to help manage our artists and diversify our client reach, we’re excited about the future of Bright Art Licensing having her on board.”

Bright M.D Vicki Willden-Lebrecht said: “I’m thrilled to have Fiona join Bright and support us in evolving this part of the business. There is so much prospect in the art licensing industry in terms of the variety of clients globally and the different illustration styles required to meet their needs – be it greeting cards or advertising. Bright is perfectly positioned to build on our existing client relationships as well as establish new ones.”