Jamie Leo brings a breadth of interdisciplinary disciplines: from branding strategy to ad campaigns for agencies, boutique design studios, universities, and advocacy organizations, including award-winning work for IBM, GE Medical, P&G, Wolters Kluwer, solo sciences, and Scholastic, among others. He’s led national campaigns for The American Heart Association, American Diabetes Association, Farm Aid, Green Sports Alliance, Green Maps System, and FlowerHire. A key designer for Broadway’s “Rent” and Spy Magazine, his fine art is shown in NY and international galleries, as well as Art Basel Miami. A speaker and presenter at conferences including Creativity Week, The State of Now, SxSW, and Hall of Flowers, he is also a design adjudicator, and hackathon winner. An Edward Albee Writing Fellow, he has authored an award-winning campaign for New York City’s recycling program, and for the Huffington Post, FlowerHire’s blog, OUT, and works for the stage, including “’68”, plus Dystōp-o-Mart, a newly-published work of humor.