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Branding, in its nature, is intrinsic — both internally and externally. Its objective is to achieve the perfect harmony of clear, meaningful, and comprehensive narrative through the use of engaging visual content and language; it evokes, resonates, and engrosses the consumer, fully, generating relevant and signi… Read More
Branding, in its nature, is intrinsic — both internally and externally. Its objective is to achieve the perfect harmony of clear, meaningful, and comprehensive narrative through the use of engaging visual content and language; it evokes, resonates, and engrosses the consumer, fully, generating relevant and significant conversation and connectivity on an individual and united plane.

Simon Andrew Mortimer is multi-award winning Creative Director working in New York.

Having a penchant and deep respect for art, design, and all things creative since his early years, Simon’s career serendipitously began after attending a career fair in his teens. This day would, unknowingly, pave the way for a strong and diverse career spanning 8+ years.

He would go on to graduate at the top of his class with honors from Lincoln School of Art and Design with two accolades from D&AD. Working in London with award-winning, multi-disciplinary agencies such as Landor, Studio Output, Browns, Blast, and Kent Lyons, Simon developed a unique understanding of brands and consumer needs.

With his on-going emphases on boldness, thoughtfulness, and directness in all facets of design and communication, he worked with globally renowned brands such as The BBC, John Lewis, Fortune Magazine, Chelsea FC, Arsenal FC, Wimbledon, EMI, and many more. His work would go on to be featured in industry-recognized online and printed publications as well as exhibited in London. In 2015, Simon would fly across the Atlantic to join CO OP Brand Partners — a multi-disciplinary agency. With CO OP’s similar approach towards branding, he would become (and still is) Creative Director. Simon currently resides in Brooklyn, NY — 3,478 miles from his native home of Long Melford, England — and he’s probably drinking tea… Read Less
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