Based in New York
George has spent the last 12 years creating innovative campaigns for some of the world’s leading brands. He’s created an ugly face for road safety awareness, reframed American icon Harley Davidson for the road ahead, created an incomplete ring in support of Australian marriage equality and billed an event for a lost Leonardo da Vinci - now the most expensive painting ever sold.
With a passion for digital solutions, creative problem solving, and thinking with his hands, George subscribes to the principle of art, copy & code to create innovative and effective work. George is currently ranked as the#1 Art Director in the Cannes Lions, WARC Gunn Report and Big Won global rankings. And his work has been recognised at all the major creative and effectiveness award shows with over 200 awards to his name, including 34 Cannes Lions (2 x Grand Prix), 13 D&AD Pencils (1 x Black Pencil), 10 One Show Pencils, 8 New York Festivals (Including Best in Show and 2 x Grand Prix), 2 Webby's and 2 Gold Effie's. Across categories spanning digital innovation, social media, integrated, outdoor, mobile, film and more.
Most notably his work for the Transport Accident Commission - ‘Meet Graham’ was recognised as the 2017’s Most Creative Campaign, #4 Most Effective and the most awarded piece of creative work globally.
Over the years he’s worked with exceptional people at great agencies including Droga5 New York, Clemenger BBDO Melbourne & M&C Saatchi Melbourne.
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