Kevin Mann is a creative advertising and graphic designer with a diverse portfolio, having worked with major brands like Johnnie Walker and McDonald’s, as well as small businesses and non-profits. He’s also an AI provocateur, exploring how artificial intelligence can transform the creative industry.

Recently, Kevin was the Associate Creative Director at FingerPaint Group, a health and wellness marketing agency. In this role, he led a team of creatives to develop and execute marketing campaigns aimed at creating personalized and engaging consumer experiences.

Before joining FingerPaint, Kevin taught advertising concepts and execution as an adjunct professor at the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. He frequently speaks at university and industry events, sharing his insights on creativity in advertising, the future of the field, and the role of generative AI in creating compelling visuals.

Kevin describes himself as an “explorer,” “scientist,” and “evangelist” in the advertising world. Fluent in both ideas and technology, he believes the industry is on the brink of significant change and is dedicated to using AI tools to develop innovative ways to present big ideas.

On the future of advertising, Kevin believes that AI can automate many tasks currently handled by humans, which will allow creatives to focus on more strategic work. He often says, “AI won’t take your job, but someone who knows how to use it effectively will.” Kevin is known for his innovative thinking and his passionate advocacy for the use of AI in advertising.

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