Phone: (+1) 347-505-7699
After winning a national photography competition in high school, Dave Arnold took the advice of his art teacher and headed to the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Within the school’s prestigious graphic design/advertising department, Dave created work that was recognized by The One Club, CMYK, Graphis and The Art Directors Club. After graduating, Dave worked at DeVito/Verdi, and Mad Dogs & Englishmen.
In 2000 Dave joined Euro RSCG where he worked for clients such as Volvo, New Balance, Evian, Intel, Partnership for a Drug-Free America and, in 2006, the launch of Howard Stern on Sirius Satellite Radio. In 2007 Dave was made creative director on Clearasil after developing their new campaign, *Clearasil May Cause Confidence. In 2008, Auditorium from that campaign won a Cannes Lion. In 2009 his Most Interesting Man work for Dos Equis was recognized with a Titanium & Integrated Lion. Later on that year Dave was the art director on The Atlantic, Think. Again. campaign which won the gold Effie.
In 2012 Dave became the Executive Creative Director of Pereira & O'Dell NY.
When not playing ping-pong, Dave can be found back at School of Visual Arts where he has been teaching an advertising class since 2004.
Phone: (+1) 212-897-1000
Cory Berger joined Pereira & O’Dell in 2013 as Managing Director of the New York office to co-lead all aspects of the day-to-day operation alongside ECD Dave Arnold.
Cory comes to Pereira & O’Dell from digital / social agency Noise where he was VP of Business Development & Client Services. In his time at Noise Cory helped the agency achieve significant growth and industry accolades with wins from Unilever, GE, vitaminwaterand Chase. Prior to Noise, Cory spent time at a few leading creative agencies including Mother New York, where he was one of the agency’s first employees, Momentum Worldwide and Euro RSCG. During this time he spearheaded integrated campaigns and programs for clients such as the NBA, Target, American Express, Stoli, Virgin Mobile, LVMH and Madison Square Garden.
When not found in his office you’ll find Cory either playing with his daughter, or working on his golf game.