In fact, Mexico City has more museums than any other city in the world. Diego Rivera & Frida Kahlo lived here. Needless to say, the city is an art aficionado’s dream. But there’s much more to Mexico City than finance & fine art. It’s also the center of the advertising industry in Mexico. Just some of the agencies with offices in the city include Grey, JWT, Leo Burnett, Euro RSCG, BBDO, Ogilvy, Saatchi & Saatchi and McCann Erickson. Mexico City has many nicknames- “the City of the Palaces”, “The City of Hope”, and now, Miami Ad School will give it a new one: “The city of pop-culture engineering.”
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The Bootcamp took me from 0 experience to Brand Planner in one interview! I saw a brand planner job opening at one of my favorite agencies but wasn’t going to apply because it required 3-5 years of experience. It was for an agency I really admired, VMLY&R, who was (and is) doing some really great work across the board. I talked to a few of my teachers from the course and Stephanie Gr., who oversees the Bootcamp in Atlanta, and they all advised to just go for it. Stephanie reminded me that the Bootcamp provides a lot of intensive experience within the 12-week program which is equivalent to several years of work experience. She was right. I got the job!
“If Ben Brown and Jackie Moran hadn’t enrolled at Miami Ad School in
“Creativity is messy,” Margaret Johnson, CCO of Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, says. “There is nothing linear about it. The way you get to ideas is really complicated and it’s a messy, messy thing, and you find that you end up being this kind of trapeze artist, jumping off a ledge and taking risks in your day-to-day life as an art director or a copywriter.”
Now, more than ever, Mexico needs help building a great deal of walls.
Grad Brian Button—Now an ACD at Lyft—On the Life Lessons Learned and Future-Altering Connections Made While at Miami Ad School.
With advertising asking us to love everything from laundry detergent to barbecue sauce, maybe “Love” ain’t what it used to be. But hate still has all it’s power.
Miami Ad School alums Katy Moseley, Zoë Lyle and Edward Miller found the perfect jobs for them at R/GA in
Janis Krum’s tweet broke the news of US Airways flight 1549 water landing in
Great News! Advertising Jobs Are at Their Highest Level Since 2001. Here’s Why:
With the boom of social media, brands need content for all the different platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Periscope, SnapChat…) The demand for content for social media has created a whole new discipline called content creation. Content creation is the hottest and fastest growing area of the business and one of the reasons advertising jobs are at their highest level since 2001 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
“Miami Ad School teaches people how to think creatively. There’s nothing else in the world quite like this school which is why the placement rate for grads is close to 100%. I believe Miami Ad School is a critical part of the educational ecosystem for agencies and I want to contribute.” – Barry Wacksman
748 OF OUR STUDENTS HAVE BEEN ART DIRECTORS, COPYWRITERS, STRATEGISTS AND DESIGNERS AT THIS TOP AGENCY. Last week I was at the
The Creative Recruiters from Saatchi & Saatchi and VML have been big supporters of Miami Ad School for many years. They always attend our