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Adam Reynolds

Creative Director — Copywriter

Minneapolis, MN, USA
I’m a city slicker via country bumpkin. If there’s a pen in my mouth, I’m deep in thought. I wear headphones, but rarely have music playing. I hate winter, but love an excuse to stay inside. I run slow, but jump high. I’m the Cambridge Middle School record holder for spelling the most words out of “Christmas.” I once bowled 232 and didn’t even know it. I like to write. People say I’m good at it. I’ve been on Entertainment Tonight. And so has my work. I’ve won awards. They fancy up my closet. I recycle religiously, but can never get it to the curb in time. I’ve danced on stage with Patti LaBelle. She was too touchyfeely. I’m not an athlete, but I’ve been in Sports Illustrated. I’m not a teenager, but I’ve been in Seventeen magazine. I’ve signed a few autographs, but I’m not really famous. I’m two degrees from Kevin Bacon. I’d like to meet you.

Work Experience

3e, The Life Time Agency

Associate Creative Director

June 2010 Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Little & Co.

Copy Director

August 2009 - June 2010 Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Target

Copywriter

January 2006 - June 2009 Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Marshall Field's

Copywriter

May 2000 - January 2006 Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Education

University Of St. Thomas

B.A. Journalism, Advertising. Minor: Graphic Design

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Awards

The Show (Minneapolis)

Multiple Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards

The Telly Awards

Silver (x4), Gold (x2)

Retail Advertising Conference (RAC)

Multiple Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards

Guinness Book Of World Records

World's Largest Box of Chocolate — Marshall Field's "Frango"

Recognition

Oprah: “Favorite Things” episode, 2007–Target GiftCards
How
Print
Graphic Design USA
CMYK
ID
Wall Street Journal
New York Times
Entertainment Tonight
WCCO radio (MPLS)
The Dieline
Notcot
U.S. Patents: Target GiftCards (25+)
YouTube: Personal video project once honored as the Top 43 comedy video
Published: “Drawords” by Craig Fraizer, 2009