Danielle Aldrich is President of CPB, where she is responsible for client relationships and business development. During her collective 18 years at CPB, Danielle has led brands such as AND1, Truth Anti-Tobacco, Old Navy, Burger King, Fruit of the Loom, American Airlines and Hotels.com.
Michael Anthony is a developer who loves to create new things. He moved from Connecticut to LA in 2009 and, after working at a few agencies, helped start Active Theory in August 2012.
Henry Arlander is Managing Director at San Francisco-based advertising agency Pereira & O'Dell. He has led global accounts for Intel, Coca-Cola, Samsung, Hyatt, Mattel, LEGO and others.
As Chief Intelligence Officer, Amy leads a team focused on data-driven decision-making. Consumer understanding is at the center of the practice: understanding the audience and what they think, feel and do along their journey.
Cynthia Biamon is Managing Director at Digital Kitchen where she has lead a number of large accounts with clients such as HBO, AT&T, and Playstation. With over a decade of experience in the entertainment industry, and prior to Digital Kitchen she co-founded Leonardo DiCaprio’s production company Appian Way.
Alice Blastorah's career spans across Toronto, Los Angeles, and New York. From grassroots charitable initiatives to the world’s largest automakers, her work has been awarded in every major show and has been featured in publications such as The Huffington Post, Fast Company, etc.
The son of two designers, Alex Bogusky’s career in communications began over twenty years ago when he joined Crispin and Porter Advertising in 1989 as an art director. He became the creative director five years later, a partner in 1997, and co-chairman in 2008.
John sets the vision at 72andSunny and helps teams develop culturally impactful creative platforms for some of the world’s most iconic brands including Google, Carl’s Jr and Smirnoff. He has been recognized as one of Los Angeles Business Journal’s 500 Most Influential Leaders.
Gui is a published author, graphic designer, writer and director. He’s worked for many great brands, agencies, and people throughout his career: Nike, Adidas, Google, Pinterest, Sonos, R/GA, Mother, Fallon, 72andSunny and President Barack Obama.
Andrew Clark is a founder and partner at Humanaut. He's the agency's Chief Strategist and head of client accounts. Andrew spent several formative years pursuing a PhD in literature and the history of ideas, before leaving the program to become an entrepreneur.
Glenn fosters a culture at 72andSunny that recognizes everyone’s creativity while setting the standard for innovation. He leads global brands like adidas, Activision and the NFL and serves as Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for The One Club.
As CPB’s Executive Creative Technology Director, Joe Corr leads a team of engineers making interesting digital experiences for the screen and beyond. Through two stints at CPB, he has work on brands like Domino’s, Kraft Macaroni & Cheese, Old Navy, Burger King, Ryder Trucks, Hotels.com and American Airlines.
Hal Curtis is a native Texan and Creative Director of independent agency Wieden+Kennedy in Portland, Oregon. Hal has been at Wieden+Kennedy for over 20 years and worked as Creative Director on Nike from 1997 until 2008 when he shifted focus to Coca-Cola.
David-Michel Davies is CEO of The Webby Awards.
David Droga is the Founder and Creative Chairman of Droga5, a creative agency with offices in New York and London. Droga5 has been named Agency of the Year more than 20 times and was named Adweek’s Agency of the Decade in December 2019.
As VP of Technology at Elephant, Charles Duncan leads Engineering and Product Management across the agency’s four global offices. With over 20 years of industry experience, he’s driven innovation and creativity for iconic global brands including Nike, Apple and Microsoft.
John Eckman is the Chief Executive Officer at 10up, a distributed digital agency designing, building, and maintaining compelling digital experiences for brands, publishers, and organizations on open source platforms, primarily WordPress.
Born and bred in Florence, Italy among vineyards, Piero first studied Biology in Massachusetts, then came back to Italy to build a career in film production, before setting up innovation production company Unit9 in Florence in 1996 with his two best friends.
Jake Goldman has been building award winning websites since the 1990s, serving some of the best known organizations in the world. His digital agency, 10up, is a global business with a team of 200+. His insights have appeared in high profile outlets like Time and c|net.
Pete Gosselin has experience working with Havas, Droga5, Grey Group, DDB New Zealand, and more.
Jay Hunt was born and raised in the UK, lived in NZ, works in advertising at Havas in New York, NY.
Jayanta Jenkins has been an industry creative leader for 15 years. Throughout his career, he has created thought-provoking and effective work. In 2016, he became Twitter’s first Global Head of Creative supporting its in-house team of integrated creative teams and agency partners.
Fura Johannesdottir is the Chief Design Officer at HUGE and runs the design practice globally.
Isabel Kantor, SVP of Technology at Omnicom's Organic, leads the technology strategy, delivery and growth for some of the world’s top resilient brands. In her role, Isabel helps drive innovation by working at the intersection of technology, business and culture.
Nick Law’s career spans 30 years and four continents. He has twice been named in Creativity 50, a list of the world’s most influential creative people.
Cam Levin is an award-winning creative director with over 20 years of international experience in entertainment and advertising. Cam has guided creative teams on brands like Guinness, MINI, and Vice. He holds a master’s degree in film.
Justin Lewis is a former active duty Marine and serves as the CEO of Instrument, the digital agency he co-founded in 2006. He is passionate about running a values-based, democratic and decentralized organization where every individual is pushed towards personal greatness.
David Littlejohn is Humanaut’s founder and Chief Creative Director. He has spent the last 15 years working as a copywriter, creative director and equity partner in several startup ventures.
Karim Marucchi is CEO of Crowd Favorite and has been serving the digital needs of the enterprise for over 25 years. Karim has bootstrapped agencies, run startups, took an agency public, managed mergers and acquisitions, and lead professional service organizations across the globe.
Nick Mountford is a Sydneysider. Growing up in a geeky family made working in digital a natural path. Nick has coded a bit, designed a bit, but really found a home producing.
Steven Moy is an engineer, a marketer, a CEO, Chief Digital Officer, CTO, mentor and advisor. Steven is a recognized thought leader in the convergence of marketing, media, data, commerce, content and CRM related technology.
PJ Pereira is creative chairman and co-founder of Pereira O’Dell and is an advertising and entertainment pioneer. An Emmy winner, best-selling writer and multiple Cannes Grand Prix winner, he has become one of the world’s most influential and respected creatives.
Kamron Robinson is a multidisciplinary designer and animator from Arlington, TX / Frankfurt, Germany / Alexandria, VA and now based in Brooklyn, NY.
Kelly is a cross-disciplinary strategic leader at 72andSunny LA. Over the past decade, she’s driven award-winning campaigns and shaped an agency culture that respects the creative identity in everyone. She was named one of Fast Company's 100 Most Creative People in Business.
Johnny Slack is an audiovisual programmer, the technical director at Hello Monday, and 1/2 of interactive production studio Cartelle.
Morten Sølvstrøm, a Danish creative living in New York, works as a Creative Director at Hello Monday, NYC.
The Venturous was founded in 2018 by 20 year industry veteran Nick Strada. Nick spent half his career at London agencies like BBH and Y&R, and half at globally respected digital agency AKQA. While there he led teams and projects out of five international offices and served as joint head of Creative at the flagship office in San Francisco.
Wesley ter Haar is the Founder of MediaMonks, where he's tirelessly worked to grow the business since its conception in 2001. Today, MediaMonks is a new era partner, working with brands and retailers to build content, experiences and ecosystems with a focus on craft and creativity.
Andy Thelander is a designer-turned-developer originally from Brisbane, Australia. Andy moved to Los Angeles halfway through 2012 with hopes of working on bigger and better things.
Dan Viens is a Creative Director at Wieden+Kennedy in Portland. He's also been a Disney World lifeguard, journalist, documentary filmmaker, strategist and serial wedding officiant.
Jouke Vuurmans is Partner & Chief Creative Officer at MediaMonks. Through his creative vision and leadership, Jouke has helped build MediaMonks into a creative production powerhouse with global reach and recognition.
Tim Cawley is a director and founder/CCO of HeyLet’sGo, a Boston-based advertising and production company. He’s been featured in AdWeek, AdAge, and Communication Arts. Archive Magazine ranks him in the top 10 US writers of all time.
Jeremy produced and edited Napoleon Dynamite, which premiered at Sundance. In 2015, Jeremy co-directed and produced the feature length documentary Raiders!: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made, which was released theatrically in 2016.
Denise is a pioneer in the digital landscape, producing interactive and mobile content for brands including Time-Warner, NBC Universal, and Disney. The Online Marketing Institute named Denise one of their Top 40 Digital Strategists in Marketing.
Barry is the founder and creative director of September Club. He has edited several acclaimed feature films, including American Movie (Sundance Grand Prize Winner), and Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond (Venice Biennale, Emmy nominee).
Matt recently worked as lead editor on the Netflix series The Disappearance Of Madeleine McCann which premiered in 2019. He is currently editing a feature documentary for Netflix and his next project is a limited documentary series for the BBC.
Casey directed Rock The Bells, which premiered at Tribeca and was picked up for distribution by Warner Brothers. Her latest documentary, The Animal People, is about a case brought against the activist organization “Stop Huntington Animal Cruelty USA.”
Dorothy is the CCO of Boston-based HeyLet’sGo, an ad agency that behaves like a production company. As a producer on make|SHIFT, she used her networking and production skills to identify and engage top global talent to participate in the film.