Ann-Christine Diaz

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Creativity Editor

Ann-Christine Diaz is the Creativity Editor at Ad Age. She has been covering the creative world of advertising and marketing for more than a decade. Outside of the job, she can be found getting in touch with her own creativity.

Zillow's drive down an 'impossible street' opens up a world of new home possibilities

Zillow's drive down an 'impossible street' opens up a world of new home possibilities

Adobe: Photoshop-Fantastic Voyage

Adobe: Photoshop-Fantastic Voyage

Watch: The top 5 creative brand ideas you need to know about right now, August 28, 2020

Watch: The top 5 creative brand ideas you need to know about right now, August 28, 2020

How a craft brewer's first-ever campaign helped to keep a struggling magazine afloat

How a craft brewer's first-ever campaign helped to keep a struggling magazine afloat

The Donkey and the Elephant enjoy a friendly rivalry in CNN's election coverage ads

The Donkey and the Elephant enjoy a friendly rivalry in CNN's election coverage ads

These rolling papers are for drinking cannabis

These rolling papers are for drinking cannabis

LEGO: Lego World Builder

LEGO: Lego World Builder

Capri Sun ‘pranks’ school kids with water in Greg Hahn’s first work out of Mischief

Capri Sun ‘pranks’ school kids with water in Greg Hahn’s first work out of Mischief

Watch: The top 5 creative brand ideas you need to know about right now, August 21, 2020

Watch: The top 5 creative brand ideas you need to know about right now, August 21, 2020

Rich Silverstein finally joined Instagram—just to help the U.S. Postal Service

Rich Silverstein finally joined Instagram—just to help the U.S. Postal Service

10 latest creative trends in the time of coronavirus

10 latest creative trends in the time of coronavirus

Ad Council: You Will See Me

Ad Council: You Will See Me

New York Times: Life Needs Truth

New York Times: Life Needs Truth

NY Times 'Truth' ads take an abstract turn with 'visual poem' that speaks to readers’ chaotic lives

NY Times 'Truth' ads take an abstract turn with 'visual poem' that speaks to readers’ chaotic lives