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As a senior writer at GTB (formerly Team Detroit), Craig works on national

Ford and Lincoln advertising. In his previous position, he split his time between

Doner offices in Detroit and Toronto as SVP/Creative Director-in-charge of

Mazda Canada. He also created award-winning national broadcast and print

advertising for Dodge as VP/ACD at BBDO Detroit.


Whether it’s a 21ft high Interactive Jet Engine Hologram, Twitter-enabled

LED sneakers, or an app that lets you use your smile and a webcam to lift

weights, Scott is always looking for new ways to tell stories through advertising


Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, Scott serendipitously stumbled into

advertising while backpacking around Australia. Scott has over 20 years

experience delivering industry-recognized creative solutions for top global

brands. Assignments include leading creative departments of BBDO New

York, Euro RSCG: Sydney, San Francisco, and London, Profero New York, and

POKE New York.

Experience on both sides of the awards shows includes Scott winning over 30

awards at the leading festivals while also serving as judge on many international

panels including Cannes Lions, One Show, D&AD, and more. In his spare

time, Scott collects watches and vintage taxi meters…things that still keep him

grounded in an analog world.


Based in Portland, Oregon, Struck Design Director Abe Levin oversees the

interactive design team and all digital efforts at the agency from conception to

execution. Levin brings over 15 years of experience and a proven track record

executing highly engaging, sophisticated digital experiences that balance both

form and function. Struck is a unique blend of thinkers, dreamers, and makers,

all dedicated to making brands Greater Than. It’s a simple mantra (b>) that

drives the company forward and produces award-winning creative work. Abe’s

clients range from Nickelodeon Animation Studios to Jack in the Box to ICON

Fitness and the Utah Office of Tourism.