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Greg Hahn

Chief Creative Officer, BBDO NY

Greg Hahn joined BBDO as an ECD in 2005 and has been behind some of the
industry’s most ground-breaking and award-winning work for brands such as
HBO, FedEx, AT&T and GE, among others. Greg was a writer and Executive Creative Director on the award winning "HBO Voyeur" which, along with winning multiple Grand Prix Lions at Cannes, was selected by the One Club as one of their "Best of the Digital Decade." He also helmed the acclaimed "HBO Imagine" project, which went on to become one of the most awarded campaigns of 2010. Recently, Greg was named one of the "100 Most Creative People in Business" by Fast Company Magazine.

Prior to joining BBDO, Greg worked at Fallon Minneapolis, where he created the "Live Richly" campaign for CitiBank, the Buddy Lee advertising for Lee Jeans and the Cannes Lion-winning print campaign for Sports Illustrated, "You may not get it, but our readers do." Other award-winning work includes the EMMY nominated "Cat Herders" spot for EDS and the famed "BMW Film" series.

Greg enjoys spending his free time with his wife Mandy and four-year old daughter, Tuesday.

Greg does not enjoy writing about himself in third person. But appreciates you reading this far.

A few thoughts for Creatives about Data. Hey wait, come back!
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A few thoughts for Creatives about Data. Hey wait, come back!

Creatives have a tendency to roll their eyes when they hear the word Data, but it can often uncover truths that lead to unexpected places, writes the CCO of BBDO New York

Lessons in creative alchemy from Black Sabbath
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Lessons in creative alchemy from Black Sabbath

BBDO New York's CCO on how to break the house with the cards you were dealt.

Lessons in creative alchemy from Black Sabbath
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Lessons in creative alchemy from Black Sabbath

BBDO New York's CCO on how to break the house with the cards you were dealt

Make it rhyme and get out in time for the solo
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Make it rhyme and get out in time for the solo

Advertising lessons from Robert Plant