You don’t need this medal. Not in the slightest. The thing that proves you’re the best at what you do, it’s sitting right there atop those chiseled shoulders. Even if you did enter, even if you won, which obviously you would, where would you put this thing, anyway, amongst all the other mementos of your own greatness, the chrome-plated accolades? Did we say chrome? You know, it is pretty reflective. Guess it can’t hurt to have more opportunities to catch an accidental glimpse of your favorite person every now and then. Maybe you do need one more medal after all. And come to think of it, you'll definitely need a nice table to put it on after you accept it.Buy a Table
Rochon believes that people don't invite brands into their homes—they invite in people. So for a brand to be relevant, powerful and meaningful, marketers have to talk about what people care about, what's relevant to them right now. That's how, while at Leo Burnett, he helped turn Samsung into a pop culture icon. He's now bringing that attention to his creative work at Kastner.
If Colleen had to describe her job to a kid, she says she’d tell them that she creates pretty pictures all day. She identifies with Joan Harris in Madmen, because red heads stick together. Colleen’s most memorable ad club moment was receiving the Patricia Martin Crystal Prism Award, as well as receiving the George Mead award. Colleen says her super power is getting things done (and well) in a remarkable amount of time. We’ve seen it. It’s true.
Associate Creative Director and copywriter, Beatriz has more than ten years of experience in international, award-winning agencies such as: Shackleton, DDB Spain and Alma. Originally from Spain, she lives now in Miami where she’s been working for the Multicultural Market for the past five years. She’s won awards at: Epica, El Sol, ADDYS, USH, WAVE, EL OJO… Mainly on digital and integrated campaigns.
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