Eszter Kazinczy, Art Director, Leo Burnett Turin
Art director, Eszter Kazinczy, has lived and worked all around the world, and is now working at Leo Burnett in Turin, Italy.
Eszter Kazinczy is an Art Director from Hungary , and is a graduate from Miami Ad School. She has lived and worked all over the world and is now working for Leo Burnett in Turin.
DESCRIBE THE PATH TO WHERE YOU ARE NOW.
Not an everyday story, but I was lucky to start my creative career at Cannes Lions in 2010. I represented my country for the first time in the print category at the Young Lions competition.
"That few days I spent at Cannes was life changing for sure and since then I go every year."
Miami Ad School was also a life changing experience for me and a big step forward in my career. I built up a strong portfolio during my school years, with which I could start to apply to agencies in the international arena.
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