Rodrigo Moran

February 16, 2018

Rodrigo Moran

SVP Global Group Creative Director, Edelman

With over 15 years of global industry experience, where he lived in 6 different countries, Rodrigo Moran is an SVP Global Group Creative Director at Edelman, NY and He is also the leader of the Pirate Team - a collective of creatives from all over the world who identify social injustices/problems, ideate creative solutions, and work to make relationships with government officials, business partners, and vendors to make ideas realities.

His curiosity and determination to seek inspiration outside his comfort zone have allowed him to work for prestigious agencies and companies in the United Kingdom, China, Brazil and the United States. Some of these companies include Ogilvy/NY, Vidal Partnership/NY, Saatchi & Saatchi London, Duda Mendonça. Globalworks/NY and G2 Creative Studio, in Beijing.

A globally recognized talent, Rodrigo’s work has been awarded at the most prestigious festivals in the industry. Rodrigo has more than 75 major awards including Grand Prix and Titanium in Cannes, Best of Show and Best of Category at the One Show, Yellow Pencil at the D&AD, Grand Prizes and First Prizes at the New York Festivals and Clios. His most recent accomplishment is having his work acquired to the permanent collection of the MOMA and, currently, featured in the main lobby of the museum. His work is also at several other museums around the world, including the prestigious Victoria and Albert Museum and Design Museum in London. Before discovering his passion for advertising, he worked in marketing, sales and even as a bank manager.

From a recent MBA at the Berlin Creative School of Leadership to Hyper Island/Stockholm to Miami Ad School, Rodrigo will never stop learning new ways of doing great things.

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The solution for creativity was to create Pirate Labs. I had to go against the system to create a secret society.

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