Director of Creative and Strategy
Condé Nast

Hunter is a director of creative and strategy at CNX, the agency of Condé Nast. At CNX, he spearheads creative campaigns, branded content and experiential programs for some of the most coveted brands in the world, including Gucci, Genesis, Lincoln, Ralph Lauren, Proactiv, Bliss and many more. Sitting within Condé Nast, he also works closely with the roster of culture-shaping brands - from Vogue and GQ to WIRED, Bon Appétit and The New Yorker, just to name a few. 

As a former copywriter turned social/digital strategist, his passion lies in coming up with unexpected ideas that surprise consumers in a good way. That can be anything from a pithy tagline to a buzzy social program to a head-turning PR stunt. Before Condé Nast, he held a number of creative and strategy roles at Pop2Life, VaynerMedia, Gin Lane (now Pattern Brands,) and Ralph Lauren. 

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