Andrés Astorquiza, known as “Astor”, graduated in Colombia as a professional publicist in 2004. Since that moment, he ́s led different teams and working together, they ́ve received the most important global business and creativity awards. Even when he has had to performed different roles in 3 countries led him to the management, he always continue creating and designing.
He started his career at Young & Rubicam Colombia back in 2004. His first position was as Art Director and then as Creative Director. Six years later, he got a new position through WPP and he was moved to Ogilvy Colombia as Creative Director. A year and a half later, he won the first Golden Lion for Ogilvy Colombia in the history of Cannes. He was responsible for the creativity of Nestlé, Unilever, Mercedes-Benz, Kimberly Clark and some works for Coke (Coca-Cola).
In 2016 Astor was transferred through the network to Ogilvy Perú as Chief Creative Officer, where he has learned different topics about business, management and billing, but he ́s never stopped creating and designing. In that agency, he led creative teams for clients such as Burger King, Mapfre, Bimbo, PromPerú, and he managed to participate and he won different regional and local pitches. In 2018, he managed to position the agency as one of the most outstanding in the country with recognitions in Cannes, Ojo de Iberoamérica, Lürzer’s Archive and different works for the permanent exhibition of the PosterHouse museum in New York.
Finally, at the beginning of 2019 he was moved to P4 Ogilvy Panamá as Executive Creative Director where he has been working for clients such as KFC, Claro, Toyota, Pizza Hut. Working with all the teams from the agency in order to become it more digital and achieving to be the number one Panamanian agency in Cannes 2019. Also, wining the first place in the most important festival of the country in 2020. In addition, the recognitions of WPPed Creams and The Best of Ogilvy where the best campaigns are exhibited of global network.
Astor is one of the most awarded creatives in Colombia. He’s won more than 200 awards and recognitions in different global festivals like 9 Cannes Lions, D&AD, One Show, Clio Awards, London International Awards, Ojo de Iberoamérica, and more than 30 publications in Lürzer's Archive. Also, he ́s been a jury in different local, regional and global festivals.