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mOcean Hires Mitch Monson as Creative Director/Client Partner

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Mitch Monson
Mitch Monson

mOcean announced that they are pleased to welcome Mitch Monson as creative director/client partner, where he will deepen the creative marketing agency’s footprint in motion design. An Emmy-winning designer, Monson has collaborated with some of the top television networks and brands in the world, including ABC, Al Jazeera, Canal+, Comedy Central, FOX, HBO, Showtime, Canon, IBM, and Nike. He was also instrumental in creating one of the most unique and recognizable pieces of design — the iconic Love Symbol for The Artist Formerly Known as Prince.

“We’re increasingly working across discipline boundaries to deliver what our clients have come to expect above all: efficiency, value and creative excellence,” remarked mOcean EVP/managing director Chuck Carey. “Mitch will strengthen this equation, given his leadership experience and track record of fusing together design, animation and storytelling in inventive ways.”

“Narrative has always been a strong point of emphasis in my past work, and I respect that mOcean has a similar approach,” added Monson. “It’s a powerful formula to work with the amazing writers and visual storytellers here on premium, narrative-driven content marketing. I am looking forward to collaborating with such an interdisciplinary force as mOcean.”

Prior to joining mOcean, Monson was creative director at Trollbäck + Company in New York, where he led the rebrand of the BBC masterbrand; brand identities for the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics and the upcoming 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics for NBC Sports; and the original Mr. Robot show packaging for USA Network, to name a few projects

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