Creative Director and Designer at Campdesign
Kevin Mann has been heavily involved in advertising and design, as well as teaching it for almost 25 years. He has worked for a variety of creative agencies—large and small, regional and national in a number of different categories.
Starting in Chicago, Mann worked at Leo Burnett where he worked primarily on Johnnie Walker/Dewar’s, McDonald’s, Keebler, and Kellogg’s brands. He has extensive experience in consumer packaged goods, healthcare, food service, travel and tourism, technology, telecommunications, education, and a variety of manufacturing and consumer goods. After moving to Syracuse, he held positions at regional agencies and served as creative director. He has experience leading clients and teams from concept development to implementation of branding, print design, television, and digital campaigns for a variety of consumer and business-to-business clients.
For 15 years he served as an Adjunct Professor of Advertising at the Newhouse School at Syracuse University, teaching over 200 creative advertising students, many are now working as professionals in advertising, marketing, and media.
In 2003, he started Campdesign, focusing on design and advertising for small and medium businesses with a concentration on solving challenges for non-profit organizations.
Since 2019 he has been a part of the creative team at Fingerpaint in Saratoga Springs, New York, developing marketing and advertising for health and pharmaceutical industry clients.