Adam Rotmil has 15 years of brand and design experience with companies of all sizes. He held a senior creative position at Marsh and McClennan Companies, the premier global services firm. Adam later designed at Brown Brothers Harriman, the largest private bank in the United States. He has lived and worked in Japan, and is now at a charity in Washington, D.C.
Studied design at The Art Institute of Boston, Typography with Wolfgang Weingart at HGK Basel, and Japanese language at Harvard University. He has spoken on design for The American Institute of Graphic Arts, and has given workshops at design schools in Boston.
Adam writes regularly for Advertising Week and has published in Forbes, Applied Arts, and various industry journals.