AAF-Houston September 2012 Luncheon - Creative Thought Leader Series

 
Your agency could probably hold its own in a national new-business pitch. But would you put everything on the line to prove it? And allow every brow-raising moment to be caught on tape?  FKM President and Chief Creative Officer Scott Brown did. And he’d do it all again today, even if he knew he’d lose. Whether you think his gamble was brilliant or bonkers, it’s going to make for a great story at the next Creative Thought Leader Series. Make your reservations today.
Speaker: Scott Brown
Speaker Scott Brown
President and Chief Creative Officer FKM With more than 15 years of agency experience, Scott Brown’s first order of business as president and CCO of FKM was to introduce an agency-wide philosophy called the “Utility of Ideas,” and to radically restructure the agency to support that philosophy. Under his direction, ...

President and Chief Creative Officer
FKM





With more than 15 years of agency experience, Scott Brown’s first order of business as president and CCO of FKM was to introduce an agency-wide philosophy called the “Utility of Ideas,” and to radically restructure the agency to support that philosophy. Under his direction, FKM now looks at brands from three specific points of view: innovation, interaction and transaction. The ideas born from this approach are yielding groundbreaking campaigns.



During his career, Scott served as a creative director at both Tocquigny, one of the nation's top digital agencies, and Barkley, the Kansas City-based creative agency. His work has received numerous accolades in notable venues such as One Show and Communication Arts. Scott’s roster of past clients includes the March of Dimes, Macy’s, The Family Violence Prevention Fund, Wrangler, Lee Jeans, 24-Hour Fitness, Caterpillar and Dell. He received dual BA degrees in Business and French from Rice University.  And he did it in two-and-a-half years.



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Organizer Maureen Garnett

When?

Wed, Sept. 19, 2012
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Where?

Junior League of Houston
1811 Briar Oaks Lane
Houston, TX 77027
USA