One thing you can say about working at Saatchi & Saatchi is that it is never dull and it’s mostly fun. And the greatest fun is getting to meet a wide range of inspirational people. Some of them are creatives, some of them are clients and all of them are people who light up a room with their energy and optimism. As I meet them so will you, so let me tell you about Bridget de Socio.
Bridget is one of a kind and a brilliant aesthete. She comes dressed in a black Cossack hat, black leather skirt, black Chanel horn rim glasses, and high black boots. While she was the creative director of Paper, they created a unique look and feel, and she has also done outstanding work for Vera Wang, Pantone and Rizzoli. Graphis even celebrated her work in the book Exhibition: The Work of Socio X. Now she can be found on the 17th floor of Saatchi & Saatchi in New York where she has developed the look and style and flair of our JCPenney work. Bridget has also worked up a whole new name and look for our biometrics client Pay by Touch. Bridget's approach is nothing less than challenging, but her innate ability to bring Mystery, Sensuality and Intimacy to life makes the process worthwhile.