Under the leadership of Associate Partner/Creative Director Lee Einhorn, Venables Bell & Partners has had a pretty stellar creative year. Along with REI, the agency put Black Friday advertisers to shame with the #OptOutside campaign, which shut the retailer's doors and encouraged people to go outdoors on the year's busiest shopping day. And It was behind the moving "City Gym" film for Google, about a Kansas City gym that became a haven for the transgender community. Mr. Einhorn oversees the shop's work for Phillips 66, Thumbtack and co-leads on Audi as well.
Along with steering creative, Mr. Einhorn directs and serves as creative lead at Lumberyard, the agency's in-house production company. The roles reflect Mr. Einhorn's diverse past -- he's both directed and creative directed at companies such as Mekanism and Rabbit Content, where he worked on clients including Nike, MTV, Spring, Microsoft, Comcast and more. He also previously founded Arnold Worldwide's branded content division, Arnold Entertainment, and worked on the celebrated "Truth" campaign.
And if that weren't enough, Mr. Einhorn happens to lead a pretty colorful life outside the agency world, as you'll see in this edition of "Six Things."
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