Roger Camp is co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of Camp+King, the agency he created in 2011 with partner Jamie King that combines brand storytelling with expertise in digital, social and content development, built on a simple philosophy to make brands quote Conversationworthy. Over the past decade, Camp+King has won the Ad Age Small Agency of the Year Award four times. They were selected as one of Outside Magazine’s "Best Places to Work in America" in 2018. In Fall of 2020, Camp+King was acquired by Havas.
Roger has had a storied career. In 1996, he joined Cliff Freeman as an art director. In 2000, he founded Camp/Arbues in San Francisco. The following year he was lured to Wieden+Kennedy to work as a creative director. In 2006, he became CCO at Publicis & Hal Riney.
In his 20+ years in the business, Roger has won every major creative award numerous times. He is one of the most-awarded art directors in the history of the D&AD Awards and was voted top art director in the country. He was also elected to the One Club’s Board of Directors, has had work featured on The Greatest Commercials of All Time list, and Adweek chose his Holiday Inn campaign as one of the Top Ten Funniest Commercials ever.