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Tim Eger: Creative Group Head/Art Director

Tim was born in Spain. His first language was Italian. He joined the Army at 18 to become a trained mechanic. This, of course, was to help pay for a degree in biology, which naturally led to a job in the field of physical therapy. Some might say this constant change sounds like carefree reinvention. We prefer to think it signals savvy evolution. Whatever you call it, you can’t accuse Tim of sticking to his comfort zone.

Tim began his ad career at Crispin Porter + Bogusky, crafting work for Domino’s, Volkswagen, Microsoft, Activision, Nike+, and Coke Zero. He moved on to GSD&M and clients including Dodge, Southwest Airlines, Goodyear, and RadioShack. Since arriving at TRG, he has lent his prodigious talents to brands including Ram and The Home Depot.

Tim’s work has been recognized by Cannes, the Clios, the Effies, the Webbys, D&AD, MoMA, Fast Company, USA Today, and The New York Times. He’s produced work in four straight Super Bowls. And he’s now experiencing his most rewarding reinvention, as a father of three with his wife, Carrie.

Tim Eger: Creative Group Head/Art Director

Tim was born in Spain. His first language was Italian. He joined the Army at 18 to become a trained mechanic. This, of course, was to help pay for a degree in biology, which naturally led to a job in the field of physical therapy. Some might say this constant change sounds like carefree reinvention. We prefer to think it signals savvy evolution. Whatever you call it, you can’t accuse Tim of sticking to his comfort zone.

Tim began his ad career at Crispin Porter + Bogusky, crafting work for Domino’s, Volkswagen, Microsoft, Activision, Nike+, and Coke Zero. He moved on to GSD&M and clients including Dodge, Southwest Airlines, Goodyear, and RadioShack. Since arriving at TRG, he has lent his prodigious talents to brands including Ram and The Home Depot.

Tim’s work has been recognized by Cannes, the Clios, the Effies, the Webbys, D&AD, MoMA, Fast Company, USA Today, and The New York Times. He’s produced work in four straight Super Bowls. And he’s now experiencing his most rewarding reinvention, as a father of three with his wife, Carrie.