Buck LA Adds Emmy-nominated Creative Director Robert Bisi
From the release:
Buck is excited to announce that Robert Bisi has joined their L.A. team of Creative Directors.
Robert began his career as an illustrator and 3D generalist working at Brand New School. He ultimately took on the role of Creative Director & Partner, helping build and lead the team in the LA studio. In his nearly decade-long career at BNS, Robert developed a versatile approach to his work, employing the use of multiple techniques including 3D and 2D animation, puppetry, stop motion, and live action. With a passion for animation and design, Robert has reﬁned a distinct style of storytelling that is evident across his body of work.
This multi-faceted approach to visual narrative makes Robert an ideal addition to Buck, along with his years of experience leading initiatives for global brands.
While at BNS, Robert helmed projects for clients including Google, eBay, Target, Toyota, National Geographic, Chips Ahoy, and McDonald’s—to name a few. He has drawn recognition from D&AD for his work on Ebay’s “Toys for Tots” interactive installation, which was also shortlisted for a Cannes Silver Lion. His work for National Geographic’s Brain Games mixed CG with puppetry and garnered an Emmy nomination.
Bisi’s passion for progressive storytelling aligns perfectly with the creative-led culture at Buck, where work for global brands like Apple, Facebook, and Google leverages both traditional, bespoke processes and cutting-edge technology. Bisi joins over 100 designers, artists, and storytellers in the Los Angeles studio, with additional ofﬁces in New York and Sydney, to further broaden Buck’s abilities and perspectives.
Says Bisi on joining the company in September:
“I am drawn to Buck’s forward-thinking, and their drive to ﬁnd new avenues for creative content. They have an immensely talented team and a track record for producing stunning work. I look forward to bringing my voice to the table, and working with them to push the boundaries of design-driven storytelling.”