As an ad agency creative director, I’ve had the fortune to work on a number of amazing brands and large national campaigns. However, sometimes the best assignments are the ones that reward you with something other than money. I’m speaking, of course, about pro-bono work. Doing pro-bono work is good for the soul. It’s a reflection of your company’s values and what you stand for. It can also give you a chance to torture Matt Lauer.Read More
About Mark Simon
Mark is among the industry’s most celebrated creative talents. Mark joined CE in 2000 and has helped attract many of our clients and continues to build their brands and businesses. He has over 20 years of experience in developing effective communications across all channels. His efforts have gained recognition at Cannes, Clio, The One Show, Communication Arts and the London International Awards. Mark’s other contributions include developing work for HAVEN, a domestic violence shelter in Pontiac, Mich., and for Fatherhood Involvement with the Ad Council. He serves as a board member of Detroit Creative Directors Council and D Show Awards Council. Previous agency experience includes FCB, Bozell Worldwide, Doner, and Young & Rubicam. Previous clients include Chrysler, Jeep, Coleman, Consumers Energy, Detroit Red Wings, Lincoln-Mercury and Canadian Tire.