Collins Hires Steve Reinmuth as Creative Director

Brand and experience design consultancy Collins announced that it has hired Steve Reinmuth as Creative Director. In this new role, Reinmuth will help set the creative vision for clients to bring brand experiences to life. He will report to Executive Creative Director Matt Luckhurst and will be based out of the San Francisco office.

Prior to joining Collins, Reinmuth served as Design Director at Wolff Olins. Earlier, he was an Art Director at Nike in Portland, where he led a comprehensive reimagining of the Jordan Brand including seasonal campaigns, product and packaging, retail, and an immersive technology experience during All-Star weekend celebrating the brand’s 30-year anniversary. In addition to his full time roles, he has also done independent projects for technology startups, artists, and breweries.

“It’s an honor to be joining the Collins team,” said Reinmuth. “The agency’s portfolio contains some of the most creative work out there right now, and I know that together we’ll invent new, magnetic ideas for its roster of clients.”

“Steve is going to do great things here,” said Brian Collins, the agency’s Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer. “He is hellbent to create meaningful change. He has insanely deep experience in this industry – and that will be invaluable to the future of this company. We can’t wait to see where his bright mind and ambition will take us as he joins our growing team in San Francisco.”

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