Howard Collinge is a multi-disciplinary creative director, writer and brand strategist living in NYC. 

Most recently, Howard was Group Creative Director at Code and Theory, a technology-based, creatively lead company specializing in multi-layered storytelling and brand experiences. 

With a history of working with top creative agencies and brands, Howard is the winner of numerous international advertising awards, including thirteen Cannes Gold Lions and a dozen Clio’s and One Show awards. Brands worked on include Maserati, Uniqlo, Levi’s, Jetblue, Cadillac, Thinkpad, Heineken, Axe body spray and Paul Smith.

Howard is also the author of Beautiful Economics: How art, design, beauty & Unicorns will save the universe, a fresh look at how creativity can shape our economic thinking for the greater good. The book can be found at LACMA (Los Angeles County Art Museum), The Gagosian Gallery NYC, Tom Dixon Design Store, Culver City and McNalley Jackson books NYC. 

Howard teaches part-time at The New School, Parsons School of Design, where he leads final year students in their Strategic Design & Management course.

In addition, Howard has directed short films and branded content, created a fashion and lifestyle blog “The Unique Creatures” (featured in Vogue, Net-a-Porter and BlackBook.com) and helped launch The Uplift Project, a NYC-based experiential company that produces transformative events for the meditation, health and lifestyle community.