2016 One Show Film Jury
Chief Creative Officer
MullenLowe U.S. / Yeti Productions
Since joining Mullen (now MullenLowe) in 2008, Mark has led the agency to a slew of wins with challenger brands including Zappos, JetBlue, American Greetings, Royal Caribbean, Google, the National Geographic Channel, and Acura. Under Mark’s leadership, Mullen has been on the Ad Age A-List three times, a Creativity Magazine Innovator two times, and a Fast Company Most Innovative Company. Mullen also scored a Grand Effie for American Greetings’ “World’s Toughest Job,” six Cannes Lions, an Emmy for the National Geographic Channel, and the coveted One Show award for Best Automotive Advertising in the World for Acura’s safety spot called “The Test.”
In 2015, Mullen went global, merging to become MullenLowe. Mark served as a Cannes juror in 2015 and was appointed to MullenLowe’s Global Executive Council. In that role, he helped shape MullenLowe’s new identity: a boxing glove–wielding octopus, fitting for this global challenger agency. The logo was adopted by 90 offices in 65 markets worldwide. MullenLowe Group was recently ranked No. 8 in the world according to the Gunn Report.
Mark’s latest venture is Yeti Productions, an in-house production company that will service all of MullenLowe’s U.S. offices, including Boston, Los Angeles, New York, and North Carolina.
Prior to working at MullenLowe, Mark was with Goodby, Silverstein & Partners for nine years, where he created famous work for HP, Comcast, Doritos, Hyundai, HBO, and Saturn. His Saturn “Sheet Metal” spot was named one of the top 10 best car ads in the last 25 years by the One Show, and his quirky “It’s Comcastic” ads were named Campaign of the Year by Adweek.
Mark started his creative career on brands such as Mercedes and Saab under the beloved Mike Hughes at the Martin Agency.