Bruno Ribeiro is an award-winning art director and creative director with over nineteen years’ experience in the advertising industry. He has worked in game-changing agencies in his native Brazil, Portugal, Spain and the UK, and is currently a Creative Director at MullenLowe London.
After helping Leo Burnett Lisbon become the network’s most-awarded agency at Cannes in 2006 and 2009, he went on to help Ogilvy Brazil become that network’s second most-awarded office in 2010 and first in 2011. In his current role at MullenLowe London he helped lead the agency to network’s most-awarded spot at Cannes 2016, with the Free the Kids campaign for Persil/OMO.
Bruno holds a postgraduate diploma in Digital Media Management from Hyper Island, where his experience helped him develop a sharper digital mindset, together with a two years at AKQA London working for Nike and American Express. Bruno has also pursued several personal art projects, including Real Life Instagram, which he implemented in Manchester, London, São Paulo and Tokyo, and has became a hit all over the Internet.
Throughout his career, Bruno has won over 100 awards in creative festivals around the world, visited 42 countries, been to three football World Cups and has had the time of his life.