Trevor, CCO at The Fader magazine - Do we really want to be the generation whose calling card is "do it for the 'gram?". In this talk, I'll share thoughts on the changing role that creatives can play to enrich our culture by designing experiences that focus on connecting with the world and those around us."
The Adobe Stage
10:45 - 11:30
Trevor joined The FADER and its creative agency Cornerstone in 2016 as Chief Creative Officer. Prior to that he was at R/GA, having served in their NY headquarters for over 10 years.
Trevor's focus throughout his career has been on work that has meaning within popular culture. After 20 years in design, advertising and music marketing, he's collaborated with a diverse range of talents to create and design things that meet that standard. His work has been recognized by a spectrum of award shows, including D&AD, Cannes Lions, One Show, Clio Awards, The Webbys, Digiday Awards, Jay Chiat Awards, Shorty Awards, and The Mobile Marketing Awards. Notable projects include Rihanna's ANTIdiaRy, HBO GO, FADER Fort, and Major League Soccer's "Our Soccer" campaign.
As CCO he leads projects for both The FADER's platforms and Cornerstone's brand clients, each ranging from integrated campaigns to content, music, events, books, films, and merchandise.