Advertising vet of 20+ years leading some of the world’s most prestigious brands, including McDonald’s, Kraft, Mars, Conagra and Chevrolet, Kristin's success is fueled by inspiring innovative, brand-building ideas and assembling high-performing teams that have won every major advertising award. Renowned for developing deep client partnerships and achieving a track record of real business results for her clients including record sales runs, and executing one of the most successful global campaigns in McDonald’s history and reinvigorating brands in staid categories leading to explosive growth for Conagra.
Phone: (+1) 415-293-2001
Roger grew up as an overweight child from New Jersey. There's really nothing more to the story, but it seemed like a good start to this bio.
Throughout his storied 20+ year career, Roger has won every major creative award many times over. Along with having the honor of being one of the most awarded art directors in the history of the British D&AD awards, Roger was also voted top art director in the country and was elected to the the One Clubs Board of Directors. He has led the development of campaigns for brands such as Nike, Virgin Atlantic and Adidas. His work has been featured on The Greatest Commercials of All Time and Adweek chose his work for Holiday Inn as one of their top ten funniest commercials ever.
Jesse brings 10 years of web, film, and branded content experience to the C+K team. His efforts have won numerous awards including Cannes Lions, Clios, and the One Show Gold Pencil. He’s appeared as a speaker at SXSW, invented new technology for Hulu, and created the most successful social media campaign in Super Bowl history (for Esurance). He’s also from Texas and can shoot a squirrel through the eye, so don’t cross him.
During her Account Management career (which has spanned “a fucking decade”), Emily has worked with clients big and small at Publicis & Hal Riney where she got her start, and at Camp + King where she’s risen to the position of Brand Director. These brands have included Walmart, Capital One, Google, RE/MAX, YouTube, and more. In what little spare time she has, Emily is also a master milliner (the proper term for a hat-maker). Seriously.
Carlisle’s career has been dedicated to digital advertising with clients of all sizes including the US Marine Corps, J.C. Penny, Hormel, REI, AT&T, and more. As J.C. Penney’s digital analytics lead, she helped produce digital campaigns that were twice voted AdWeek’s “Ad of the Week” and one of the top viewed Twitter videos of all time. Her work has been shortlisted for some of the top awards in the industry, and her golden retriever Lilly thinks she’s pretty swell too.
Rikesh began his advertising career many moons ago as an Art Director at Butler, Shine, Stern and Partners and has since worked at AKQA, DDB Amsterdam and Publicis & Hal Riney. He’s worked on clients like Nike, Converse, MINI and Sprite, as well as global brands, including Philips Electronics and Microsoft. He’s been awarded top marks time and again from the One Show, London International Awards, Graphis, and Cannes, and he probably knows more about hip hop than you.
Stacy has been producing award-winning work for over 25 years. After getting her start at Young & Rubicam, she produced some of the first Got Milk? and Foster Farms Chicken campaigns at Goodby Silverstein & Partners. She produced the first Yahoo spots for Black Rocket, and as a freelancer, worked on commercials for MINI, AT&T, Visa, Priceline, and more. She’s filmed on a glacier, blown up cars, and she’ll still affectionately call you “Butter Bean” after a 16-hour shoot.
In strategic planning roles, Morrissey worked for several major ad agencies including McCann Worldgroup, Ogilvy & Mather, Leo Burnett USA and Epsilon New York. Most recently, he was VP, Global Group Strategy Director for MRM//McCann.
Before becoming a strategic brand planner, he spent several years on the other side of the brief as a copywriter at McCann. This role gave him a unique perspective into the creative development process while helping him identify which customer insights would prove most fertile for the creative team.
Dana is a seasoned advertising professional with 15+ years of account management experience at creatively driven agencies nationwide (Hal Riney, Cramer-Krasselt, and BBDO Atlanta, to name a few). He blends strategic abilities with a calm, organized hand and has worked on a variety of brands, from Jim Beam and Bacardi to AT&T and Sprint, to now leading C+K’s Sling, Hershey, and Sacramento Kings accounts. Despite the Kings, however, he’s still from Boston and thus a self-proclaimed die-hard Red Sox/Patriots/Celtics/Bruins fan.
Anne has been in the ad game for over 30 years and brings her invaluable experience to C+K as Director of Talent & Operations. She’s held all kinds of positions in the industry, from account management to line producing to most recently serving as SVP and Director of Creative Operations at BBDO New York. Her keen instincts, strong relationships with top talent, and position as a highly respected advertising professional are all instrumental to Camp + King’s smooth sailing.
Melissa’s advertising career combines both agency and client-side brand management experience. Her rap sheet includes retail and technology accounts like Del Taco, Microsoft, and Westfield San Francisco Centre, as well as CPG accounts like Dr. Pepper Snapple Group and Gallo Wine & Spirits. Melissa’s dedication to her clients knows no bounds, which has resulted in such misadventures as dressing up as Pikachu when an actor flaked and talking herself and a client’s wife onto a movie set as extras.
Phone: (+1) 415 345-6682
There’s a giant rooster painted on the walls of Camp + King labeled “Clucker.” This is Jamie.
A strategist by trade, Jamie got his start in the industry over 20 years ago helping to build some of the world’s most iconic brands. Since his early days in the research department at Leo Burnett and throughout his career at LB Works and Hal Riney, as president of Euro RSCG, and ultimately as one of the founders of Camp + King, Jamie has worked on clients like Procter & Gamble, Starbucks, Walmart, Google, and more. His work has earned him six Effie Awards for advertising effectiveness and he was named one of Crain’s “40 under 40” (when he was under 40). He sips tequila like a boss and his French bulldog’s name is Gus (because of course he has a bulldog).