More NewsTHINK New Ideas Hires Creative Director

THINK New Ideas Hires Creative Director

New York City-based THINK New IdeasInc. named Brian Martin, an award-winning design and creative veteran,as creative director of THINK New York.

New York City-based THINK New Ideas Inc. named Brian Martin, an award-winning design and creative veteran, as creative director of THINK New York.

Martin’s experience includes high-profile offline design and advanced online work, including his efforts as a former creative head at The Microsoft Network.

He will be responsible for directing the creative vision of the company’s New York office, developing the overall look and feel of all interactive projects and mentoring the creative staff. He reports directly to Larry Kopald, chief creative officer and Ron Bloom, president and COO.

Martin’s work at The Microsoft Network included the art direction for Riff, a Microsoft Network show with a focus on interactive music and multimedia technologies set within the context of a virtual recording studio.

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