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2009 One Show Interactive Judges

Mike Geiger

Goodby Silverstein & Partners

San Francisco

For more than 12 years, Mike Geiger has led multidisciplinary teams in strategy, branding, interaction design and development of cutting-edge new media and advertising content for clients including Hewlett-Packard, Adobe, Comcast, Sprint, Got Milk?, Gucci and the NBA. In 2003, Mike started the Interactive Production Department at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners. In 2008, he became the agency’s first Chief Digital Officer and Associate Partner. Next to still overseeing the production of all interactive and emerging technology projects, Mike is now also in charge of improving and expanding the agency’s digital offerings. Work that Mike has produced has won numerous awards at the most prestigious award shows, including One Show Interactive, Cannes Cyber Lions, Clios, The Art Directors Club and D&AD. Mike is also involved in many speaking engagements at venues like the Future Marketing Awards, Boards Creative Work Shops and Summits, the Media Strategy Forum and Flash Conferences like FITC and OFFF. He also guest lectured in the MBA program at Stanford University. In 2008, Mike was inducted into the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences and also judged the New York Festivals, the Webbys, the London International Advertising Awards and the Seattle Show. Before joining the world of advertising, Mike worked at design and production studios like Method Spyplane and Thunk Design. Originally from Munich, Germany, he now lives in San Francisco. Mike graduated from the University of San Diego with a B.A. in Business Administration and received an MBA in Marketing Management from the University of San Francisco in 1995.




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