Brent  Anderson

Brent Anderson

Chief Creative Officer at TBWA\CHIAT\DAY
Los Angeles, United States


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Chief Creative Officer
Los Angeles, United States
Chief Creative Officer
Los Angeles, United States
Brent is the very definition of the TBWA\Chiat\Day ethos “Be more human.”
His career is punctuated by thoughtful leadership and game-changing creative on some of the most enviable and innovative brands in the world.
Among an impressive list of achievements, he’s responsible for Gatorade Replay, the most awarded work at Cannes 2010 with two Grand Prix and six Gold Lions. As the architect behind Gatorade’s biggest campaign in their 40-year history, he led their new positioning as a sports-nutrition company and the sincere belief to “Win From Within.” In his time, he’s had meaningful impact on Nissan, Visa, Pepsi and adidas, playing a central role in winning the 2014 World Cup campaign.
Most recently, Brent has been a partner to and champion for Airbnb, both with the new global “Live There” campaign and in joining the mission to create a world where all seven billion of us can truly Belong Anywhere.
When you’ve got two Emmy nominations and “heavy medal” from every major awards show in the industry, the talent and dedication goes without saying. So we won’t belabor the point any further than saying that Brent represents everything TBWA\Chiat\Day is and strives to be. 

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