Bob Young. Chosen by ADWEEK Magazine in three separate annual "All-Star" issues as the Southwest's leading print art director and a member of their Creative Hall of Fame, Bob began his career as an art director at Tracy-Locke Advertising in Dallas. He went on to become a vice president and creative director there. He has held similar positions at Wells, Rich, Greene and The Richards Group.
His major account experience includes Haggar Apparel Company, Frito-Lay, Texas Instruments, Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Hyatt Hotels, Hilton Hotels, Tandy Brands, Time Magazine, Time-Life Books, the Dallas Mavericks, Pizza Hut, Exxon Mobil, American Airlines, Mercedes-Benz, Frontier Communications, and Blockbuster.
Young's work has been exhibited at New York's Museum of Modern Art, The Smithsonian, The Ringling Museum in Florida and The Dallas Museum of Art. He has received awards from every major creative competition including Clio, The One Show, The Art Directors Club of New York, the ADDYs, the Telly Awards, The International Broadcasting Awards, the American Institute of Graphic Arts, the Dallas Society of Visual Communications, the Houston Art Directors Club, and The Dallas Ad League.
His work has been published in most major trade magazines, including Communication Arts Magazine, Print Magazine, Graphis, Art Direction, Graphic Design USA, ADWEEK, Photo District News, and Advertising Age.
Today, Bob is well known for creating effective and award-winning branding and corporate identity programs for clients throughout the country.