Kevin Grady is EVP, Head of Design at FCB Chicago and brings over 25 years of branding experience to the agency. Kevin is a passionate advocate for the power of design and sees it as crucial component of every step of the creative process.
Formerly, Kevin was Global Executive Creative Director at Siegel+Gale in New York, and he held Design and Creative Director positions at IDEO and Crispin Porter + Bogusky. He has worked on wide array of global brands, including Google, GAP, Converse, MTV Networks, Grey Goose, Fage, Blue Origin, Boeing and Benjamin Moore. His "Singing Cowboy" concept for Truth was nominated for two Emmy awards and his work has been recognized at Cannes, D&AD, The One Show and many others. His new design for the famous nutrition facts label was unveiled at the White House by Michelle Obama.
Kevin also founded two award-winning pop culture publications, LEMON and GUM, where he collaborated with an eclectic list of people, including David Bowie, Daft Punk and Jeff Koons. He is signed to Cleopatra Records under the moniker Black Plastic.