Wieden + Kennedy Shanghai, China
2015 - Today / Multidisciplinary Creative
Max Pilwat Creative Studio
2015 - Today / Conceptual Creative | Art Director
Jung von Matt Hamburg, Germany
2013 - 2015 / Conceptual Creative | Art Director
JWT New York City, USA
2013 - 2013 / Creative Intern
360i New York City, USA
2012 - 2013 / Digital Creative Intern
DMG Beijing, China
2012 - 2012 / Creative Intern
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I'm a Creative | Art Director, graduated from Miami Ad School Europe.
For the past 6 years I've paid rent in Hamburg, Beijing, New York + Shanghai to learn from good people and better surroundings. Having started out at Jung von Matt, I am now working as a Creative on Nike at Wieden + Kennedy.
I like to come up with simple ideas. Ideas that matter and make people talk.
Let's make things!
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