Bruno is an award-winning creative director with an art direction background working in advertising agencies since 2003.
A native of Brazil, he started his career in Rio de Janeiro and today lives in New York City, having spent time in agencies in Chicago, Kansas City, and Dallas. Along the way, Bruno spent eight years at Leo Burnett, leading projects in the multicultural as well as English-speaking markets, creating and winning awards throughout the Kellogg’s portfolio (Frosted Flakes, Special K, Nutrigrain, Cheez-It, and one very high-profile campaign for Kellogg’s sponsorship of the London Olympics that was played during the opening ceremony), the Mexico Board of Tourism, Coca-Cola, Allstate, and GM.
On his spare time, Bruno also writes and performs comedy as a member of The Paper Machete, a satirical live magazine presented weekly at the Green Mill in Uptown Chicago. His humor pieces have been published in McSweeneys and The Chicago Reader as well as performed at The Second City's Donny Skybox Theater.