Monday, 23 November 2015

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Dylan Schwartz
Dylan Schwartz invents new ways for brands to tell stories. He created the first social car configurator for Toyota by partnering with Google to leverage the potential of hangouts. The “Toyota Collaborator” has been featured by the NY Times, and Fast Company as an example of innovation in the social shopping frontier. For Nissan he created the world’s first iAd in collaboration with Apple, it was chosen and demoed by Steve Jobs at WWDC 2010.
In his current role as an Integrated Creative Director at Saatchi & Saatchi LA he oversees a large team of creatives responsible for everything from television, social innovation, brand stewardship, and fully integrated campaigns. Prior to his current role, he helped introduce the Nissan LEAF to the world while at TBWA Chiat/Day. During that time he created the “Gas-Powered Everything” campaign which garnered a Cannes Lion, Clio and was voted by AdWeek as one of the 10 best commercials of the year.

Dylan has a long history of innovative and award winning work for brands, including Toyota, Nissan, HBO, Sony Playstation, Coldplay, Tim Burton, Infiniti, Scion, Acura, Activision, Warner Bros, Harley-Davidson, Time Warner and IBM. Over the course of his carrier Dylan has recived numerous awards and press recognition from: Cannes Lion, One Show, Clio, D&AD, Addys, ComArts, Webbys, New York Times, Fast Company, AdAge, and the Wall Street Journal, amongst others. 






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