For the past 19 years, Kevin Brady has strived to make ads that were honest, ads that found a unique truth and communicated it as simply as possible.
Since 1996, he has created award-winning work at Bozell, Lowe, Publicis, Y&R and has been at Droga5 since the early days of the company. His most recognized work includes NET10’s “No Evil,” Puma’s “Social” and “Index,” Newcastle’s “No Bollocks,” Prudential’s “Day One” and “Challenge Lab,” as well as Honey Maid’s “This is Wholesome.”
He has won over 20 Cannes Lions, as well as numerous awards from D&AD, One Show, the ANDYs and the Art Directors Club, and has been honored by TED in its Ads Worth Spreading initiative. He was ranked in the top ten of the Adweek 50 in 2014, an annual Adweek list of the most influential creatives in the industry. In 2015, Adweek also named Kevin as one of the Adweek Creative 100, highlighting America's most inventive talent in marketing, media and tech.
Throughout Kevin’s tenure in the business, he has tried to constantly evolve, to push every medium and to create purposeful work. He is happy to be able to come to work every day at a place where his colleagues hold these same values.
Kevin lives in New York with his girlfriend and child and when not at work, he can be found playing accordion in a rock band and making sure they gig at least once every five years.