For more than three decades, Patrick Hillman's marketing acumen, strategic insights and creative branding talent have brought fame and fortune to scores of brands.
Early in his career, Patrick rose to the senior ranks of two of the hottest creative advertising agencies of that time: Scali, McCabe, Sloves and Levine, Huntley, Schmidt. He then became the director of worldwide strategic planning for HDM, a top ten global agency owned by Young & Rubicam and Dentsu. Later as president of HDM/USA, he built it into one of the leading creative shops in the 1980's. By the early 1990's Patrick tired of the bureaucracy and BS of big agency life and went out on his own. Success followed.
The key to Hillman's success is his unsurpassed ability to consistently bring breakthrough solutions to a broad range of marketing and branding challenges, including: Subaru, Perdue, Maxell, Dannon, Lea & Perrins, Colgate, Dior, Tom's of Maine, National Geographic, Sephora and many, many more.
Hillman's work has won virtually every major creative and marketing award in the business, but the thing that matters most to Patrick is that his work helps clients gain competitive advantage, builds their businesses and enhances the long-term equity of their brands.