CHICAGO, USA // Liz Taylor is a truly unique creative leader, with a relentless drive for excellence, portfolio of compelling work, deeply rooted belief in brand purpose and a passion for game-changing ideas make her not only a talented creative leader but also a life-long student of her craft, always interested in the legacy-making ideas that will tell a strong story.
Since joining FCB Chicago as Chief Creative Officer in September 2016, Liz has reinvigorated the creative department while championing culture shifting brand platforms for clients including Michelob ULTRA, Clorox and Boeing. Bringing her passion for the craft, Liz has also spearheaded award winning experiential campaigns such as “Teddy Gun” for the Illinois Council Against Handgun violence, and “Travel Agency for the Imagination” for Radio Flyer, which together contributed to 12 Cannes Lions for the agency in 2017.
Prior to joining FCB Chicago, Liz spent four years transforming the digital practice at Ogilvy & Mather as the Executive Creative Director of North America Digital + Social. During this time, Liz also led global creative for Kimberly Clark, and brought innovation to the forefront on work for Morton Salt, Pinnacle Vodka, Midori, SC Johnson and Dove.
Providing creative vision and leadership on campaigns including “Walk her Walk” for Morton Salt, Glade’s “Museum of Feelings”, and The Brady Campaign’s “Zero Minutes of Fame”, Liz has led work that has been recognized at numerous award shows including Cannes, the One Show, and the Clios.