Art Directors are responsible for the overall visual aspects of an advertising or media campaign and coordinate the work of other artistic or design staff, such as graphic designers. They hire and supervise a staff of assistant Art Directors or set designers to complete designs.
Art Directors ensure that their client’s desired message and image is conveyed to consumers. They are responsible for the overall visual aspects of an advertising or media campaign.
Art director positions typically require a bachelor's degree in an art or design major such as fine art, visual communications, advertising or digital media. Depending on their industry, art directors may have several years of work experience in graphic design, photography, illustration or other fields.
Even though most Art Directors are self-employed, they must still collaborate with designers or other staff on visual effects or marketing teams. Art Directors usually work in a fast-paced office environment, and they often work under pressure to meet strict deadlines.
If you would like to talk to me about any of the Art Directors listed, I’d be happy to. I know their personalities and their skill sets well. Alternatively, please feel free to contact them directly.