Photo Page: Idea Conference in Manhattan

Faces From Around the New World Stages Facility

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Photography by Rohanna Mertens

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NEW YORK ( -- It was a sold-out house for Advertising Age and Creativity's day-long Idea Conference at the New World Stages in the heart of Manhattan's theater district. On stage, above right, are Tristan Eaton, founder and creative director, Thunderdog Studios; Keri Martin, director, brand innovation, Volkswagen USA; Terry McBride, CEO, Nettwerk Records; Steve Davis, CEO, Corbis; and David Bradley, CMO Corbis.

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The event drew an audience that cut across all strata of of the world of creativity across marketing, advertising, media and entertainment. On stage, above right, are Steven J. Heyer (left), CEO, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, and David Rockwell, founder and CEO Rockwell Group.

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Above, left, Teressa Iezzi, editor of Creativity, discusses the importance of the big and really new idea. Above right: Anne Saunders, senior VP-global brand strategy and communications, Starbucks, speaks about that company's strategies of constant innovation.

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During a coffee break are (above, left), Eric Longs (left), executive producer, Eclipse Creative, with with Amir Rahim, graphic artist, USA Today. Above right: Robin Austin, president, Now Inc.; Alex Bogusky, chief creative officer, Crispin, Porter & Bogusky; David Bradley, CMO.

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