Mark Billows

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Associate Creative Director

Copacino + Fujikado Ramps up Creative Bench with New Associate Creative Director Mark Billows
Copacino+Fujikado (C+F) announced today that they have hired Mark Billows as their new Associate Creative Director. Pulling up roots, Billows jumped from Boston to Seattle to join the C+F team. Effective this week, he will report directly to Mike Hayward, Executive Creative Director. Billows comes to C+F with over 15 years of experience at some of the top agencies in the U.S.
“We are very excited to welcome Mark to our west coast family. His experience on big brands like AT&T, Volkswagen and McDonald’s will benefit our creative team as well as our clients,” said Mike Hayward. “We are thrilled to have his background in digital and traditional work and he’s already hit the ground running.”
Billows has created award-winning digital and traditional work for a large breadth of brands. Billows comes to Copacino+Fujikado from Arnold Worldwide, where he held the title of Creative Director for two years. Prior to that, he spent two years as an Associate Creative Director at BBDO. Earlier in his career he spent two years as a Senior Copywriter at AKQA and four years as a Senior Copywriter at The Martin Agency. Throughout his career, Billows has kept close relationships with his former employees and boomeranged to both Arnold Worldwide and BBDO - agencies he worked at early in his career. He earned his Bachelors in Public Relations from Radford University.
About Copacino+Fujikado
Copacino+Fujikado is a full-service advertising agency headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Founded in 1998, the agency consistently produces effective and award-winning work for its clients. Recently named an Ad Age Regional Agency of the Year, C+F has a roster of high-profile accounts that include Holland America Line, Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, Seattle Children's Hospital and Research Institute, Premera Blue Cross of Washington and Alaska, Symetra Financial, the Seattle Mariners, the Seattle Aquarium and the Washington Forest Protection Association. The agency seeks to "Find That Thing" -- the strategic and creative breakthroughs that will help our clients reach and exceed their goals. To learn more, visit