CB Interview: Leo Burnett worldwide creative director Mark Tutssel, D&AD Film jury foreman

Screen shot 2012-04-18 at 11.56.25 PM.jpgCB catches up with Mark Tutssel, worldwide creative director of Leo Burnett, who is foreman of the prestigious D&AD Film jury


Mark Tutssel is one of the most awarded creative directors in the industry and as the creative leader of Leo Burnett Worldwide he oversees the work of 96 global offices.
His work has garnered every major creative accolade, including the prestigious Cannes Grand Prix and 46 Cannes Lions.

Under his creative leadership, Leo Burnett continues to be recognized for its new-world thinking, consecutively topping the 'All Gunns Blazing' category in the annual Gunn Report the last three years, and has more global offices contributing to its creative reputation than any other network. Every year since 2009, Leo Burnett has taken home a coveted Cannes Grand Prix.

Mark has had the honour of chairing the world's greatest award shows. In 2008, he served as the President of the Cannes Titanium & Integrated Jury and in 2010, he served as President of both the Film and Press Juries at Cannes.

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