Integrated creative art director at Globo TV Network in Brazil,
Ale Tommasi is one of the creators of “Malaria” short film - awarded
at the major international film festivals – one of the founders
of “Powered By Respect” project, the first Grand Clio Entertainment
of Latin America, which had already won a Silver Cannes Lion
for Innovation, Grand Prix in Innovation at El Ojo Iberoamerica
and many other awards. The project also featured in the World
Economic Forum and was honored at UN as a powerful legacy
for human rights.
With 3 participations as jury in international festivals like D&AD
and El Ojo Iberoamerica. He has collected 54 international awards,
including 2 Grand Prix: Cannes Lions, One Show, Clio, Cyclops,
PromaxBDA, Wave, Jay Chiat and also film festivals as One Show Screen,
Los Angeles Shorts Fest, Disposable San Francisco, Seattle International
Film Festival, Athens Official selection, Rhode Island, Milano Official
selection, Anima Mundi Brazil.
For the last 15 years Ale has worked in highly creative and innovative
agencies as DM9DDB, JWT, GREY, DPZ&T and HAVAS, getting featured
in projects for global brands such as Mercedes Benz, Johnson & Johnson,
Coca-Cola, Citroen, Unilever and events like The World Soccer Cup
and Rio’s Olympic Games.
Since he joined Globo TV, the second largest media company in the world
and the major producer of audiovisual content of all Latin America,
he has been working in advertising campaigns, trans media solutions & design
solutions, key designs and new ideas with innovation & technology for branded
content and Ent, reaching 100 million people everyday.