Jim Elliott

Jim Elliott

Global Chief Creative Officer at Arnold Worldwide
Boston, United States

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Summary

An advertising industry veteran, Jim Elliott has more than two decades of experience creating iconic work and overseeing creative direction for some of the world’s most recognizable brands. Named Global Chief Creative Officer of Arnold Worldwide in March 2015, Jim is tasked with unifying the agency’s creative vision across the global network and driving the Arnold brand forward.

Jim’s work has garnered awards from Cannes, D&AD, CLIO, London International, New York Festivals, Stephen E. Kelly, Effie Worldwide, the One Show, the Epica Awards, National ADDY, the Art Directors Club, the ANDYs, Communication Arts, the Webbys, Radio Mercury, the Web Marketing Association and the Yahoo! Big Idea Chair. His work for both Nike and Häagen-Dazs received AICP Show honors and is on permanent display at the Museum of Modern Art. Jim’s integrated “Help the Honey Bees” campaign for Häagen-Dazs earned the first-ever Green Pencil awarded by The One Club.

Jim came to advertising by way of the Portfolio Center in Atlanta after earning a BA from the University of Pennsylvania. He is the proud father of three boys (two human, one K-9) and the proud husband to one wife (human).

Group Creative Director
San Francisco, United States
October 2006 - May 2011 (4 years 7 months)

Education

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), English and Communications

The University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

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