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Todd Tucker: Creative Group Head/Art Director

Todd is a quiet killer. We mean “killer” as in, “He comes up with killer creative.”
At TRG since 1997, he’s been responsible for work that art directors anywhere in the world would, well, kill for. Fruit of the Loom. Bridgestone. QuikTrip. The Home Depot. He just goes about it so quietly.

Being a low-key guy whose work speaks loudly is just one of the ways Todd is a man of contrasts. He grew up on an East Texas cattle farm, then ended up saving countless cows through the Chick-fil-A “Eat Mor Chikin” campaign.

Todd’s wife, Leslie, heads the print negotiating group at the agency. If Todd’s the sly introvert, Leslie is the gregarious extrovert. They have two daughters, Olivia and Sloane. “They’ve inherited my eye for detail,” Todd says, “and Leslie’s eye for retail. I’m never going to be able to retire.” Considering the killer work he does, we kind of hope he’s right about that last part.

Todd Tucker: Creative Group Head/Art Director

Todd is a quiet killer. We mean “killer” as in, “He comes up with killer creative.”
At TRG since 1997, he’s been responsible for work that art directors anywhere in the world would, well, kill for. Fruit of the Loom. Bridgestone. QuikTrip. The Home Depot. He just goes about it so quietly.

Being a low-key guy whose work speaks loudly is just one of the ways Todd is a man of contrasts. He grew up on an East Texas cattle farm, then ended up saving countless cows through the Chick-fil-A “Eat Mor Chikin” campaign.

Todd’s wife, Leslie, heads the print negotiating group at the agency. If Todd’s the sly introvert, Leslie is the gregarious extrovert. They have two daughters, Olivia and Sloane. “They’ve inherited my eye for detail,” Todd says, “and Leslie’s eye for retail. I’m never going to be able to retire.” Considering the killer work he does, we kind of hope he’s right about that last part.