Nathan Frank joins Goodby Silverstein & Partners New York as Creative Director, reteaming this way, after 10 years, with Paul Caiozzo, that took over as ECD in May
This gives me the opportunity to build something with a partner who I love and trust, for a company that I have always admired
Nathan is a rare three-headed beast. A wildly original creative, an extremely intelligent strategic thinker and also someone who is willing to be my friend
Frank comes to GS&P following the sale of the design-centric pharmaceutical company Help Remedies, where he served as chief creative officer and cofounder since 2009. Under Frank’s leadership Help grew from an art project available only at design stores into a national brand available at Target and Walgreens. In the process Help earned multiple advertising and marketing awards, including the Dieline’s Best of Show for its package design and the Cannes Grand Prix for Good for “Help! I Want To Save A Life,” a bandage kit that allows users to easily sign up for a bone-marrow registry.
Frank spent his earlier career as a copywriter and creative director for NYC advertising agencies Saatchi & Saatchi, BBH, TAXI and Cliff Freeman & Partners. His work for Procter & Gamble’s Tide to Go (“Talking Stain”) won multiple advertising awards and was voted YouTube’s favorite Super Bowl ad of 2008. Among its many other awards, his campaign for Crest (“You Can Say Anything with a Smile”) garnered a Gold Lion at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
Frank will work on new-business projects.
Goodby Silverstein & Partners is one of the world’s most respected and most awarded advertising agencies. Founded in 1983, GS&P is headquartered in San Francisco, with an office in New York City. More than 300 employees serve a broad array of accounts, including Comcast/XFINITY, Frito-Lay, the California Milk Processor Board (“got milk?”), Adobe, Cisco, SONIC Drive-In, the NBA and many others. GS&P is part of the Omnicom Group.