Andres Nicholls

 Andres Nicholls is Senior Partner & Global Executive Creative Director at Prophet
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 Andres Nicholls is Senior Partner & Global Executive Creative Director at Prophet

Andres Nicholls leads the Global Design Practice at Prophet. With over 15 years experience, he brings his passion for design and engaging brand experiences to life with some of the world’s greatest brands, such as Abbott, AbbVie, Destination Hotels, Emart, Vitamin World, Target, Harley Davidson, UBS, Scholastic, Orbis and Caradigm.

Previously a design partner at Lippincott, Andres’ work there included The Art Institute of Chicago, Citibank, Citizens Bank, Gore-Tex, RadioShack, Walmart, Vale, Samsung and Taca Airlines.

A native of Colombia,  Andres Nicholls began his career as an architect and with a breadth of experience in retail, he later joined Interbrand as a Design Director for the environmental design group. There he was able to transition from a pure architect to a well-rounded creative brand consultant by combining the multidimensional thinking from architecture with the acute sensibility for brand design.

A frequent world-traveler and popular keynote speaker at brand conferences,  Andres Nicholls is always on the lookout for new inspiration and experiences to keep ideas fresh and innovative. When he’s not spending time with his clients and Prophet’s multiple design studios, he can be found sharing time with the two loves of his life: his family and his motorcycle.

Andres Holds a B.A in Architecture and Urban Planning from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Medellin, Colombia.

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