Daniel Fisher

Daniel Fisher

Executive Creative Director, London at The Martin Agency
Richmond, United States

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Executive Creative Director, London
The Martin Agency
SVP | Executive Creative Director, London
Joining our London office later this fall in October, Daniel is a passionate believer that agencies can offer brands so much more than traditional advertising and puts integration at the heart of all he does.
He has been listed as number on on The Directory Big Won Creative Rankings list, and number six globally. he was also featured in The Guardian’s h.Club100, a list of “the 100 most influential and innovative people working across arts, culture and the creative industries in the UK.”
Prior to joining the agency, Daniel worked at adam&eveDDB as the Deputy Executive Creative Director, most recently winning the Cannes Grand Prix in Film Craft for the John Lewis internationally acclaimed holiday campaign, ‘Monty the Penguin.’ In 2014, Daniel won four Grand Prix at Cannes for Harvey Nichols ‘Sorry, I spent it on myself’ campaign. Daniel also created award-winning campaigns for Volkswagen, The Department of Transport, Shelter and The Sunday Times.
At Martin, Daniel joins our growing global network as the first Executive Creative Director of Martin London. He will give us world-class creative leadership as we continue to grow our presence in London. 

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