Brian Drucker is a 25-year industry veteran with a background in art direction, design and visual exploration. As Design Creative Director at Framestore, he works on a wide variety of cross-platform projects that involve heavy design components, partnering with the production team and guiding artists to elevate the work.
Prior to joining the Framestore team, Drucker spent time at companies such as Preymaker, Taylor James, Los York, Superfad, The Mill, Imaginary Forces, Psyop, and Method. He has overseen, crafted and designed projects for broadcast, digital and social channels on household brands such as Capital One, ESPN, Google, HBO, Hertz, Hyundai, Motorola, Nickelodeon, Target, The New York Times, Tiffany's, Verizon, and Wells Fargo. Some of his most notable projects include co-directing CG animation product spots for L.L.Bean’s ‘Be an Outsider’ campaign, art directing and projection design for a Frank Sinatra musical production at Radio City Music Hall in New York, and designing the set of Michael Jackson’s ‘Scream’ music video.
Drucker graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a Bachelor degree in Architecture and Masters in Civil Engineering Construction Management, followed by a Masters in Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology.