About

Hello there! I’ve worked as a Creative Director/Copywriter at some of the best agencies on the east coast, west coast, Toronto, and Chicago, where I now live. Prior to nomadic ad life, I grew up in Richmond, VA where I went to school at VCU and stuck around afterward for the Brandcenter. I’ve been a pharmacist’s assistant, a valet, a car lot guy, a graffiti writer, a hardcore/punk rock kid, and a skateboarder, which I have since become again against pretty much all logic. I’m a dad to a preschooler and a husband to a Canadian. I will do my best to make some great work and make your life easier when you bring me in as a freelancer. Thanks for reading and have a great day. Scroll down for some photos and my full resume.

Email me at petercarnevale@icloud.com

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Work:

Freelance: Present and foreseeable future. Agencies include Leo Burnett, FCB, Funworks SF, Havas, IDEO, Energy BBDO, Y&R/Wunderman, Razorfish, and O'Keefe Reinhard & Paul.

Cramer-Krasselt: Creative Director 2014 - 2015 

Porsche

Ogilvy: Creative Director 2012 - 2014. 

Windex, Pledge, Shout, Pinnacle Vodka

Energy BBDO: Associate Creative Director 2010-2012. 

Illinois Lottery, Sun Chips

Goodby Silverstein & Partners: Senior Writer 2007-2010. 

Sprint, H-P, Comcast, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Chevy

Y&R San Francisco: Writer 2006-2007. 

Dr Pepper, 7Up

Mullen: Writer/Senior Writer 2004-2006. 

XM Satellite Radio, Four Seasons, Magazine Publishers of America

MacLaren McCann Toronto: Writer 2002-2004. 

General Motors, Rogers Communications, Coca Cola, Air Miles

Roche Macaulay & Partners: Writer 2000-2002. 

IKEA Germany, Mercedes-Benz, Ralston Purina

Awards:

Communication Arts, Hatch Awards, Advertising and Design Club of Canada, Marketing Awards (Canada)

School:

VCU Adcenter, MS

VCU, BS

Me and my boy in good light.

Me and my boy in good light.

It hurts a lot but it's fun.

It hurts a lot but it's fun.

These things have a statute of limitations, right?

These things have a statute of limitations, right?