TAKEOUT—the Experience Delivery Service that focuses on creating unique and lasting experience for brands and organizations—was founded by Miami Ad School art direction students Elisa Sain and Cris Cordero. The creative duo has focused on creating a counterculture of art as something personal and lasting. Something that goes beyond an Instagram post.
“Planning is the place where you can be most eclectic—outside of being a professional artist. You’re hired specifically for your point of view in the world.”
Miami Ad School Boot Camp for Strategic Planning mentor Jess Greenwood on what makes a good planner.
"We met in school, and we've been working together for five years, or roughly 1,877 days. But who's counting?”
Spare Time Gallery is a space for the after-hours personal work, the artistic play and exploration creatives engage in. The kind of experimentation that often influences the work they do for their companies and clients.
In the Strategic Planning Boot Camp, you’ll be mentored by creative strategists who will stop at nothing to give you the guidance you need to find your dream job.
“Every time I travel, my mind is consumed, wondering what the lives of the people that live at my destination are really like. What do they do for a living? What do they do for fun? Are they happy? Maybe I should’ve been a sociologist, but instead I’m a copywriter. But I guess that sometimes, it’s the same thing.”
“Proactive ideas—seeing a need and doing something about it—are the ones that satisfy you the most because, more often than not, they come from your heart.”
In the Creative Strategy Boot Camp, imagining creative campaigns is an everyday reality. Each 3-day workshop is taught by planning executives to give students the experience to find their dream job.
At Miami Ad School, you’ll have networking opportunities every single day. These priceless chances to make contacts will enrich your creative career.
Now, more than ever, Mexico needs help building a great deal of walls. New York copywriter Ana Miraglia uses her talents to pitch in.
“Seeing the world through the lens of design has made me hyper-visual and curious about the wonders of the world.” — Ken Carbone
Having a class with the legendary co-founder of Miami Ad School could understandably be intimidating, but the lessons Caleb learned paid off. Now he’s sharing them with you.
Alex Cohen set a new record. In two weeks flat he went from graduating design student putting his portfolio together to a designer for the Suns. Cross-country move included.
Grad Brian Button—Now an ACD at Lyft—On the Life Lessons Learned and Future-Altering Connections Made While at Miami Ad School.
Wonder no more: here are the top 10 questions most asked by applicants to Miami Ad School—oh, and the answers, too.
Miami Ad School’s placement team works to put grads and creative career opportunities together. Here are a few of the most recent moves our grads have made.
Careers in the creative fields are anything but ordinary. Jayanta’s journey is just one example of what you’re in for if you “go down the rabbit hole.”
With advertising asking us to love everything from laundry detergent to barbecue sauce, maybe “Love” ain't what it used to be. But hate still has all it's power.
Miami Ad School’s placement program is always hard at work matching grads with career opportunities. Here are a few of the most recent moves our grads have made.
Nailing down a brand image for something as complex and user-driven as Twitter is as tough a challenge as they come. See how grad Jayanta Jenkins is getting it done.
Want to make an impression and be remembered? Create something new for your audience.
“Good teachers facilitate the lonely process of moving inward for answers.” –Design Coach Hank Richardson on his philosophy of developing budding designers.
In most schools, placement assistance is something that happens after graduation. Miami Ad School is different. Our placement process starts right away.
The Miami Ad School Atlanta Boot Camp for Social Media begins on July 5th. Here are some of the professionals who will be your mentors as your learn the ropes of your new Social Strategy career.
You’ve got great dreams—it’s time to get going on making them come true. Get some wisdom from folks who have done just that.
Miami Ad School students have done all sorts of things before they found that a creative career was the thing they most wanted.
The Derek Parkin Scholarship rewards the planner not only with the biggest mind, but the biggest heart.
After a combined 20 years of service at Miami Ad School Miami and Miami Ad School New York, Jose Guillermo and Willie Diaz—alongside their team—proudly performed a ribbon cutting ceremony announcing to the Caribbean and Central America that Miami Ad School is now officially open for business in the neighborhood.
Take your career to the next level at the Miami Ad School’s Boot Camp for Social Media, coming to Atlanta for the very first time. Classes start July 3rd.
Despite what we may think, the victims of police brutality are not statistics but real people who are closer to us than we might imagine.
The Boot Camp for Account Planning returns to San Francisco July 3, 2017. Get ready for a career-enhancing, life-changing experience.
The need for social media skills in today’s business world is as obvious as the need for savvy professionals who know how to get results.
Coming to Miami Ad School Toronto this April 26th and 27th—Update your unproductive brainstorming process and generate ideas that will actually work for your business.
“The anti-fur issue is very relevant. The numbers are staggering—millions upon millions of animals are slaughtered in the name of fashion.”
You’re as ready for that first job interview as you’re ever going to be, right? Well, maybe. Being prepared to answer these questions—from some of the top agencies—may just put you over the top.
Creativity Magazine spotlights Miami Ad School students Kien Quan and Jillian Young’s guerrilla advertising effort to highlight the contributions made by refugees from all over.
215mccann Executive Creative Director, Adam Reeves, on his journey from college to Miami Ad School to becoming one of the most-awarded creatives ever.
These impressive salary numbers are just one more indicator of today’s ongoing demand for creative talent.
Many of us hold on and try to make it work—out of habit or fear—even though we know deep down that the magic is gone.
Business Insider's yearly list of the 30 Most Creative People in Advertising Under 30 always features some of the most renowned young talent in the industry. This years' list features nine Miami Ad School alumni, up from five in 2016.
Twelve weeks is not a very long time, but the Boot Camp for Social Media will get you workplace-ready with the skills you need to land a job in one of today’s fastest growing professions.
We speak with Miami Ad School alumnus Senior Copywriter Soham Chatterjee and Associate Creative Director Doug Burnett, who provided insight into the background and strategy behind the "Your Life Saves" initiative.
Brig White, Miami Ad School art direction graduate and now a full-time film director on his career path and why he loves his job so much.
Miami Ad School’s Boot Camp for Social Media starts in Wynwood April 3rd. The application deadline is February 27, 2016.
Miami Ad School New York’s Boot Camp for Account Planning starts on April 3rd. Apply by February 27th.
Account Planner and Strategist, Sytse Kooistra, shares all he learned at Miami Ad School’s Boot Camp for Account Planning.
Miami Ad School Boot Camp for Account Planning mentor Jess Greenwood on what makes a good strategic planner.
What is account planning? 18 insights into what is taught at the Miami Ad School Boot Camp for Account Planning.