Growing brands through stewardship and creativity. We are a creative agency focused on the intersection of business strategy and creative execution. Our work is grounded by strategic insights. Our unique brand of stewardship is built upon transparency, attention to detail, and Goodwill, our process for building an actionable creative strategy.

Goodwill. Every brand has a single most relevant truth that distinguishes it in the marketplace. We call this truth a brand’s Goodwill and it’s born from an honest appraisal of affinity and value; we believe the two are intrinsically connected and should be the key drivers of every communications strategy.

Brand Stewardship • Research • Strategy • Creative • Design • Production • Media Planning & Buying • Social Media Management • Analytics & Reporting


Ashley Andy

Ashley is our EVP, Growth and Strategy.
She leads brand and strategy stewardship for all clients and loves uncovering insights that disrupt categories. Prior to joining Camp, Ashley helped a who’s who of high-profile brands such as BMW, PepsiCo, American Airlines, and Walmart at agencies including Mullen (Boston), TM Advertising, and GSD&M. Ashley can bowl perfect games in Wii Sports, over and over. Sitting down. Blindfolded.

Clark Evans

Clark founded Camp after working as a designer, art director, and freelance creative director at agencies including TBWA\Chiat\Day, GSD&M, Traffic, MCSquared, and 72andSunny. He has kept global brands such as AT&T, BMW, Coors, and Nissan culturally connected and successful throughout his career. Clark will dunk on you, then jump in a pool and destroy you in the 200 IM. (But he’ll probably be in a cast the next day.)

Jeff Nixon

Before founding Camp, Jeff held creative leadership positions at GSD&M, BBDO, and Ammirati & Puris. A writer by background, his experience includes time as Brand Creative Director for AT&T North America, as well as creating national campaigns for a variety of clients including UPS, Delta Air Lines, Cingular Wireless, and Unscrew America. Jeff is the one most likely to show up for work with open wounds on Monday mornings.