PROFILE

Carlos Garavito, VP Creative Director

A 360° marketing and communications specialist.

Carlos is a senior-level creative director and marketing strategist. He has been successfully delivering solutions to Fortune 500 companies for nearly 20 years.

His focus has been design thinking and digital technologies – and how they effectively integrate with media including social, digital, film, print, mobile, experiential and direct.

With emphasis on insights, creativity, digital culture and innovation, Carlos has raised new standards in marketing and communications – backed by measurable results and international acclaim.

Throughout his career, his work has enhanced brands including American Express, Columbia Tri-Star, cisco, HBO, GM, Unilever and most recently Coca-Cola, Aeroplan, Telus and P&G.

brands

His appreciation for marketing and communications is driven by a passion for ideas, strategy, execution, innovation and his proven understanding of the many channels and emerging technologies. These pillars shape his solutions. This makes his work relevant, contemporary and usable, always considering craftsmanship and the bottom line.

creating engaging experiences across multiple channels

(digital, social, experiential, filmed, pr)

CAREER HISTORY

Vision7 International

Vision7

Chief Creative Officer
North America
(2010 – 2014)

  • Citizen Relations (2013 – 2014)
  • Elvis Communications (2011 – 2013)
  • Cossette Montréal (2010 – 2011)

OgilvyOne Worldwide

OgilvyOne

Chief Creative Officer
Toronto
(2007 – 2010)

Cossette: Fjord Interactive

fjord

Creative Director
Toronto
(2006 – 2007)

Nurun

nurun

Creative Director
Toronto
(2005 – 2006)

Elsevier Interactive

elsevier

Creative Director
Toronto
(2004 – 2005)

re:Fresh

refresh

Founder / Creative Director
North America
(2002 – 2004)

MacLaren McCann

MacLaren McCann

Creative Director, Interactive
Toronto
(2000 – 2002)

Extend Media Inc.

extend media

Creative Director
Toronto / Los Angeles
(1995 – 2000)

strategy | innovation | content | technology | amplification