MARC USA Welcomes Executive Creative Director to Pittsburgh Office

By Erik Oster Comment

MARC USA welcomed Mark Moll to its Pittsburgh office as senior vice president, executive creative director.

Moll will relocate from Boulder, Colorado to take the position, in which he will be tasked with leading work out of Pittsburgh, as well as cross-office initiatives for major clients and working on new business efforts.

“We’re thrilled to have Mark onboard. He’s a great creative leader with a strong track record of breakthrough work,” MARC USA president and CEO Michele Fabrizi said in a statement. “He complements our existing creative and deepens our firepower.”

“Mark makes ideas come to life across every channel – creating brand experiences that matter. His broad experience crosses categories – all with tremendous impact and results,” added MARC USA general manager Cari Bucci Hulings.

Moll arrives at MARC USA following a stint as a freelance creative director and copywriter. Before going freelance in 2016, Moll spent nearly two and a half years as senior vice president, creative director for GMMB, co-leading the agency’s creative department for its Washington, D.C. and Seattle offices, working with clients such as Washington Department of Heath, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, AARP Caregivers, Gates Foundation and American Lung Association. Before that he served stints in creative director roles at CP+B as co-lead on Domino’s, at R/GA as co-lead on Google Wallet and Google Offers and as co-lead at Sprint and Samsung at Leo Burnett. Over the course of his career, he has also worked with brands including VW, Converse, Coke Zero, Expedia, Dollar Shave Club and Saturn.

“I’m excited to be at MARC USA and in Pittsburgh,” Moll said in a statement. “There’s a real creative energy here. I can’t wait to create ideas that help the brands we work with grow and also get noticed in the industry.”

Comments

Advertisement
Advertisement