Professionals come to Miami Ad School to share their industry advertising experience. Presentations, workshops and classes are regularly held for our students to learn from the best. With such a diverse group of experts our students learn all aspects of the business from the people who shape it. They also get advice that will help them in school and beyond. You can see some of these talks below from creative directors, planners, creative culturalists and CEOs.
Rick is the Creative Culturalist at Y&R. He works across multiple teams and disciplines to help accounts understand the changing nature of consumer behavior and the ways in which brands and consumers create and interact with culture.
Cindy is the founder and former chair of the US branch of the advertising firm Bartle Bogle Hegarty. She is the founder of the IfWeRanTheWorld and MakeLoveNotPorn companies. Gallop's TEDTalk "Make Love Not Porn" was one of the "most talked about presentations" at the 2009 TED conference.
Alex began his career in product design, but after being told his work was "crap", he moved on to graphics. He has worked on both agency side and brand, in 3 countries - from J. Walter Thompson to Burton Snowboards and is currently PUMA's global brand CD.
Heidi is embedded with the engineering pirate crew otherwise known as Motorola's Advanced Technology and Projects group. This moonshot / skunkworks team is intent on creating the future ("making epic shit") especially through the lens of the mobile space.
Jason Koxvold is a British artist and director based in New York City working in photography, interactive media and film. He's best known for his stark, graphical large-format photographs depicting the topology of globalisation.
Kyle Bunch is the Group Director of R/GA's Mobile and Social Platforms group, leading the company’s Austin office. He is also an entrepreneur who has built several successful businesses, including the first influence measurement application (Blogebrity), the largest sport-focused digital and social media events series (Blogs with Balls) and a robust search analytics suite (SEOintelligence).