Tiffany got her creative start during the Internet boom in the late nineties. By selling shares of her Internet start-up and a handful of prized domain names (soap.com among them), she had earned enough money to pay her way through Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. After graduating in 2002, she went straight to Crispin Porter + Bogusky and has been there ever since.
While at CPB, Tiffany has been a part of the agency’s growth from 115 to over 1100 people worldwide, and has created iconic work for MINI, ‘truth’, Virgin Atlantic Airwarys, Burger King, Volkswagen, and many others. She helped launch PINK by Victoria’s Secret, and served as Creative Director on ‘truth,’ and American Express OPEN. She currently is the Group Creative Director on Old Navy and Bolthouse Farms’ Baby Carrots campaign.
Tiffany’s work has received top awards at every major creative competition in the industry, including The One Show, Communication Arts, D&AD, Clios, The Andy’s, The Effies, and Cannes, where she was awarded a Grand Prix and the first Titanium Lion ever given.
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In her first year at CPB, Tiffany was featured in AdAge’s “Twenty Five Twenty-Something’s.” And she has since been recognized in AdWeek’s “Young Ones,” in 2009 as one of AdAge’s “Women to Watch,” and in 2010 was named one of the Top 10 Creatives of the Decade by the Young Guns Awards.
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