David Kolbusz, Chief Creative Officer, Droga5
David joined the Droga5 London office in November 2015. He arrived from Wieden+Kennedy New York, where he was the Executive Creative Director overseeing the Creative Department and partnering with the Managing Director to run the 250-strong office. During his time there he grew their creative profile, doing brand-building work for the likes of Gap, Delta Airlines, Southern Comfort, Nike’s Jordan Brand, and Squarespace. Prior to W+K, he was the Deputy Executive Creative Director at BBH London. He helped oversee the Creative Department, ran the Axe/Lynx global account, and created The Guardian’s‘Three Little Pigs’, which was the United Kingdom’s most-awarded campaign in 2012. Along with stints at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners San Francisco, Mother London, and TBWA, he combines a global scope with strategic rigor and a passion for making brands famous.