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Dolph is currently a freelance motion designer and art director in North Carolina. Until recently, he was only focused on concept and art direction for advertising at Mullen Lowe Advertising as an ACD.
His years of experience in advertising have helped him in adding motion graphics, 3D and animation to his reperto… Read More
Dolph is currently a freelance motion designer and art director in North Carolina. Until recently, he was only focused on concept and art direction for advertising at Mullen Lowe Advertising as an ACD.
His years of experience in advertising have helped him in adding motion graphics, 3D and animation to his repertoire. Dolph has already contributed 2D and 3D animations for several TV commercials, a music video and scores of internal corporate videos.
Prior to Mullen Lowe, Dolph was a Creative Director at GlobalHue|Detroit where he helped lead the Jeep brand advertising beginning in 2010. While at GlobalHue, he created/shaped/guided successful campaigns for Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Grand Cherokee. Most notably, a creative standout for the brand’s annual partnerships between Jeep Wrangler and Activision’s Call of Duty video game franchise and the Winter X-Games.
Dolph has set up shop at such agencies as Publicis (Dallas), Leo Burnett, FCB and BBDO (Chicago), working on brands as varied as BMW, the US Army and Coors Light beer. While at BBDO, he was integral in bringing the venerable Wrigley Gum brand out of their jingle-based world. This led to plenty of award show hardware for several of the U.S. Wrigley gum brands. So much so that he then co-founded BBDO Hardware, which helped garner a new creative spirit and reputation at BBDO in Chicago.
Dolph’s work has been recognized by the top award shows and publications worldwide that breed self-doubt and insecurity when you aren’t recognized by said award shows — Cannes, Clios, Communication Arts, Creativity, Graphis, London International Advertising Awards, Lürzer’s International Archive, the National Addys and the OBIE awards. Read Less
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