Alexis Bronstorph

Alexis Bronstorph

Executive Creative Director at TAXI, Toronto
Toronto, Canada

About me

Alexis started her career in advertising at 9 years old, when she did voiceover work for a radio commercial. She then took a brief hiatus to become an adult, and over the last 15 years, has been working as an Executive Creative Director and copywriter across all disciplines, from broadcast, to digital, to social, and experiential. She has worked at some amazing places with amazing people, both in and across offices throughout North America.

Alexis' work has won Cannes lions, One Show pencils, ADC cubes, Clios, and has been featured on the cover of Archive magazine. Throughout her career, Alexis’ strategic and collaborative approach has helped build and grow brands from the small and local to the big and national. Some include: United Way, Canadian Tire, Audi, Mark’s, Black Lives Matter, Heineken, H&R Block, Axe, Kraft Heinz, Tim Hortons, Netflix, Subway, WWF, and Rethink Breast Cancer.

Alexis recently co-founded a line of Mother’s Day Cards called Fierce Mama, celebrating moms’ ambitions, success, and tenacity.

Associate Creative Director
Toronto, Canada
2011 - 2015 (4 years)
8554 Changes

Changes

BRAND:
MiO
AGENCY:
TAXI 2
Senior Copywriter
Toronto, Canada
2009 - 2011 (2 years)
Copywriter
Toronto, Canada
2004 - 2009 (5 years)
8554 Changes

Changes

BRAND:
MiO
AGENCY:
TAXI 2

Education

Bcomm - Marketing, International Business

1998 - 2002 (4 years)

Other professional activities

PHNX Tribute, Paris

Awards Jury Member

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