Alexandre Gama Does Lots For Brazilian Advertising

Brazil is fortunate enough to boast Alexandre Gama as one of its leaders of the advertising and mass communications industry. Mr. Gama began his career in advertising in his mid-20s, attending the Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation.

Shortly after attending the Foundation, he went to Standard Ogilvy & Mather in 1982 as a copywriter and content creator. Short of a decade later, he went to DM9 as their creative director and an advertisement writer. Over the next decade he worked at Almap BBDO, Young & Rubicam, and won set himself up for several awards in later years.

Alexandre Gama has been involved with several organizations outside of advertising, mainly in media. In 2008, he presented a Master Class in France at the Cannes Film Festival. Four years later, in 2012, he was a board member of the Brazilian Association of Advertising Agencies.

Mr. Gama was a part of the International Film Jury as a foreman in 2004, then the first Latin American to do so. He was a foreman in both 2008 and 2013 at the same entity.

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