I'm a freelance creative director, writer, and the only Californian I know who prefers New York.
Making things gives me joy. My voice has brought swagger to startups and humanity to billion dollar brands, and I’ve won major industry awards in nearly every medium.
I don't think that success in our business requires arrogance. Too many people have grown up in advertising with the erroneous belief that being a jerk somehow makes the work better.
If you believe in what you're doing, you can say "yes" and still be principled. You can say "no" and still be kind.
I don’t think I’m a miracle worker or some kind of beret-wearing artiste. I think that my job is to create infectious belief. For my teams, for my clients, for my agency and for myself.
I’m a creative problem-solver who lucked into the best job in the world, and this site has a few things I’ve done for work that I think are rad.
If you disagree, you might be looking for the other Laura Mulloy.
She’s an esteemed kidney doctor in Georgia.
Either way, good luck with your kidneys.