With over 15 years as an Experience Designer, Conor Brady came to Organic as a Group Creative Director in 2006 and was promoted to Chief Creative Officer in 2009 where he now leads the creative discipline across all of the Organic offices. Conor oversees creative development across all of the firm’s clients including Bank of America, Intel, Estée Lauder, Chrysler, Choice Hotels, P&G, Kimberley Clark, Ethan Allen, and Equinox Fitness. Prior to joining Organic, Conor worked as a Creative Director for Razorfish in London and New York since 2001, working with major brands including Ford Motor Company, Starwood Hotels, Taj Hotels, HBO and Nielsen Media, and on the redesign of both the Financial Times and New York Times websites. Conor took his first job designing book covers for Vintage Paperbacks, then segueing into the music industry as a Creative Director at PolyGram/Universal. While at Universal he became excited by the prospect of interactive and was among the first Creative Directors to introduce digital into the artist marketing plans. The interactive scene in London back then was small and limited compared to what was brewing in the United States, so when Conor went to Razorfish New York for six weeks in 2000 to help with the initial setup for the Ford account, he ended up staying. A native of Ireland, Conor migrated to New York from London, where he worked in the music industry for the Universal Music Group. In addition, he is an avid cyclist who once considered that as a profession.