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Geoff Eakin

Design Director

  • Birthplace: NYC
  • College: Colorado College, Creative Circus (Art Direction)
  • Previous companies:BBDO, TTD, Gyro Worldwide, Faction
  • Brands Geoff has worked on: Vail Resorts, Nissan, Einstein Bros. Bagels, RTD, Hennessy, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Park City Mountain Resort, Sara Lee, Delta Airlines, Ice-O-Matic, Johns Manville Insulation, WOW! Cable, Bayer, Integra, ProService Hawaii, Trust Company of America, LIFEWTR, Avaya, CSC/DXC, Hitachi, Mountain Dew and many more
  • Industry experience: Travel, Construction, Real Estate, Beverage, Snowsports, Auto, Food, Tech, Telecomm
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Case Study: DCT Industrial

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THINGS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT GEOFF

  • Cities lived in: NYC; Florence, Italy; Rosia, Italy; Jackson, WY; Atlanta, GA, Colorado Springs + Denver, CO
  • What do you do in your spare time? Camp, hike, and pretend to be an archeologist with my two sons
  • Someday I plan to go to…visit my daughter in college. She’s only 16 months old, but I hope she picks somewhere cool
  • Unexpected fun fact:I was born in the hospital room next to Sean Lennon. His dad was more famous than mine, and he’s more famous than me.
  • A really big accomplishment: I learned to ski, snowboard, telemark and juggle—rarely at the same time.
  • Who knew? I imagine taking a desert road trip with everyone I meet…it helps me decide if I dig them.
  • A quote you love: “We may lose and we may win, though we will never be here again” – The Eagles
  • Why marketing? Every piece of marketing is a snapshot of a moment in time, for better or worse. Historians will look back on what we do to learn about our culture, so make it good.
  • Favorite place(s): Mountain peaks at sunrise, mountain lakes at sunset, piazzas at midnight
  • Favorite sound(s): Downpour on the tin roof I hope to have someday
  • Favorite show(s): Jeopardy!
  • Favorite word(s): Ampersand
  • What’s your secret weapon in life? Optimism