Baton Rouge, La. (March 24, 2021) – Brew Agency is pleased to announce Ross Lowinske as creative director bringing over 20 years of executive level experience to its creative team. The addition of this new role marks a big step forward for the agency to build a cohesive, creative team that partners with its clients to deliver creative and impactful advertising campaigns.
Lowinske has a substantial track record of leadership at A-list agencies and blue-chip clients creating famous, award-winning work for omni-media channel creative. Notable clients benefitting from his expertise include Sears, GE, Kimberly Clark, Wisconsin Department of Tourism, ESPN, The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel, Visit St. Pete/Clearwater, and Maine Department of Tourism. Hailing from the Midwest, he received a Bachelor of Arts in English, Advertising, and Film from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and remains an active member of the CCO American Marketing Association.
“We are extremely excited to bring Ross on in this new role,” stated Brew Agency CEO Marie Powell. “This is an incredible opportunity for Brew to continue to add top-talent to the agency and to deliver exceptional creative to our clients. Ross’ big-brand experience and ability to create meaningful, beautiful work will truly be an asset for all of Brew’s clients.”
As an expert storyteller, Lowinske believes that everything lies in the strength of a powerful story driven by purpose and is passionate about finding the perfect intersection of insightful strategy and breakthrough creative. In this role, he will lead the creative team and will work with the agency’s clients to discover, build, and translate their stories into clear and compelling creative.
Lowinske joined Brew in the fall of 2020 where his value was immediately apparent as a creative force and leader for the agency. Based in Milwaukee, WI, Lowinske is one of a few team members who work remotely outside of the agency’s home in Baton Rouge, La. Brew Agency was founded with the mindset of providing a flexible work environment for its employees. The agency has been successful with this model for over a decade with increased productivity and continues to thrive by retaining and gaining clients at a steady rate. The addition of Lowinske as a key leader and contributor to the agency solidifies that the “new normal” of remote work can be beneficial for not only employees, but also organizations and their clients.