Bob Bjarke


Creative Lead at Meta.
Creative Product Lead, building innovative platform creative that delights people and drives business.
Previously @Leo Burnett, Team One, RPA, ChiatDay LA, Beats by Dre.





Bob
Bjarke


Creative at Facebook & Instagram.
Creative Product Lead @Facebook, building innovative ad creative that delights people and drives business. Previously @Leo Burnett, Team One, RPA, ChiatDay LA, Beats by Dre.

︎Recent Projects:


  1. “AR They?” Exploring the future of an augmented world

  2. Explorations in AI creativity:
    AI-generated movie titles
    AI-generated NYT Headlines
    AI-generated Bob Dylan lyrics


  3. “First Steps Into the Metaverse” Creative POV

  4. Observations from building my 10,000th deck

  5. Non-expert musings on the best parts of the beautiful game: NonGoalsFC.com




︎ ︎ Creative Lead @Meta, FB & IG 


In the 8 years I’ve spent at Meta, we’ve seen the creative world change rapidly: first in a shift to mobile and now in the emerging metaverse. I joined Facebook to be at the center of that change and, whenever possible, to lead the industry into a new creative frontier. 

In my time at Meta, I’ve:


 


︎︎ Creative Agency Art Director


Prior to Facebook I was an Art Director for 10 years at agencies in Chicago and Los Angeles, building ideas for Nintendo, Kellogg’s, Beats by Dre, Haagen-Dazs and many more. I also worked with some of the world’s biggest celebrity talent, creating campaigns with Beyonce, LeBron James and Bradley Cooper.

Let’s talk! bobarke@gmail.com





Bob Bjarke of Oakland, CA
Creative Product Lead @Meta, building innovative  creative that delights people and drives business for advertisers. Previously @Leo Burnett, Team One, RPA, ChiatDay LA, Beats by Dre.


New Favorite Record:
John Cale, Paris 1919


Personal Hero:
Heraclitus of Ephesus
Ancient Greek philosopher, most well known for developing the idea that the world is constantly in flux and that “the only constant is change.” A fan of wordplay and paradox, he is known as “The Obscure,” and believed the Earth was made primarily of fire.


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