Kevin Mann is a creative advertising and graphic designer with over 25 years of experience. He’s worked on everything from big brands like Johnnie Walker and McDonald’s to small businesses and non-profits. He’s also an AI provocateur, exploring the possibilities and implications of artificial intelligence in the creative field.
Mann is currently the Associate Creative Director at FingerPaint Group, a full-service health and wellness marketing agency. He’s responsible for leading a team of creatives in developing and executing marketing campaigns to create personalized and engaging experiences for consumers.
Before joining FingerPaint, Mann was an adjunct professor at the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, where he taught advertising concepts and execution. He’s also a frequent speaker at university and industry events, where he shares his insights on the creativity in advertising and the future of advertising and the role of generative AI in the creation of compelling visuals and images that help sell big ideas.
Mann is a self-described “disruptor” who is not afraid to challenge the status quo. He believes that the advertising industry is ripe for disruption, and he’s committed to using AI tools to create new and innovative ways to sell big ideas.
Here are some of Mann’s thoughts on the future of advertising:
- “AI can be used to automate tasks that are currently done by humans, freeing up creatives to focus on more strategic work.”
- “AI won’t take your job, someone who knows how to use it effectively, will.”
Mann is a force to be reckoned with in the advertising industry. He’s a creative genius, a disruptive thinker, and a passionate advocate for the use of AI in advertising.