A highly decorated veteran of the internet advertising wars, this semi-young man has been entrenched in the world of all things digital for the past two decades. But after years of free world travel and countless dinners, he was fed up with watching agencies throw their clients' money around more liberally than a frisbee at Burning Man. Thus, he founded Humdinger & Sons.
In his former big ad shop glory days, Will was a multi-award winning digital creative director who spent the majority of his career in San Francisco, Seattle and New York at the likes of AKQA, Dolby Laboratories, OLSON, Wexley School for Girls, and Yarnell Will, the shop he co-founded and merged with Olson in 2007 in San Francisco. His accolades include: coming up with a new brand for Belize (the country); co-creating Lebron James’ first Nike website, the Chamber of Fear; and leading creative advertising for several Fortune 500 companies, including Target, Capital One and Dolby Labs.
His free time is spent building homes, computers and yelling at other peoples dogs.
Having built his career hustling in NYC's concrete jungle at Ogilvy & Mather and AKQA, Andrew brings a truly holistic perspective to the table while being the sole ginger of Humdinger. From big brand strategy and traditional marketing to pioneering new experiences online, his knowledge is uniquely eclectic.
In his former big ad shop glory days, Berg was deeply entrenched in the American Express and Google accounts. He played a key role in establishing American Express' new enterprise-wide strategic vision and creative platform that's currently working to transform the brand image, disrupt perceptions, drive reappraisal and scale. At AKQA, Andrew led the team across all Google efforts, including Google Play, Nexus, Google in Education, Creative Sandbox, Google Green and Google TV.
As co-founder of Humdinger and Sons, Andrew leads all client relations, brand strategy, project management and janitorial services.
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