As Brand & Design Strategist, Collin translates insights gained from research into “big idea” concepts that clearly define and visualize future potential for brands.
Collin’s creative experience in advertising has spanned many industries and brands, including the United Nations Foundation, Nickelodeon, MetLife, Cablevision, YWCA and Oxygen TV. Most recently, he worked for a cause-marketing and advertising agency, where he developed global campaigns ranging from inspiring action on climate change to standing up against censorship in the Chinese publishing industry.
Collin holds a BFA in Visual Communication Design from the University of Dayton, and has assisted in teaching courses on cause-related branding and marketing at the School of Visual Arts Graduate School. He has won creative awards from AIGA, HOW, Young Glory, AGD&A and the University of Dayton.
Naturally curious, Collin’s interests are wide-ranging and ever-changing. They’ve taken him on unplanned trips abroad, more than a few long bike rides, and through books, restaurants and cities that share nothing in common– but he swears it will come in handy for that next idea.