Ewen Cameron, Founder
A philosopher at heart and by education, Ewen Cameron found his way into advertising at the British birthplace of account planning, Boase Massimi Pollitt.
After becoming the youngest member of the board of directors at BMP, Ewen moved to DDB in New York, where he partnered with Andy Berlin with the mandate to revive an iconic agency. A few years and a few iterations later, the independent agency Berlin Cameron and Partners was formally launched in 1998. Berlin Cameron was acquired by WPP in 2002, and named Agency of the Year by both Adweek and Ad Age in 2005, a joint recognition that had never been seen before (and hasn’t happened since).
Ewen’s career has been inexorably linked with premium global brands seeking cultural relevance. Since founding Berlin Cameron, Ewen has led strategy for VW, Cadillac, Ford, Fiat, Ferrari, Belvedere, Hennessy, Moët Chandon, Krug, Coca-Cola, vitaminwater, the NBA, and most recently Lexus.
Ewen is a passionate soccer and cycling fan. Being Scottish, he has to be very careful about who he reveals his allegiances to.