CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. – Fingerpaint, a full-service marketing agency with offices in Arizona, Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, and New Jersey, has added Nick Spuhler to its creative team. Spuhler will be based in the agency’s Conshohocken, Pa., office.
Spuhler brings nearly 10 years of leadership experience to Fingerpaint, having managed both staff and freelance creative teams. In his most recent roles as vice president, creative director at Calcium and vice president, group copy supervisor at CDM New York, Spuhler drove creative concepts and tactics for both current clients and new business pitches. His work has been highly decorated in the industry, earning honors from the MM&M and Clio Health Awards.
Spuhler received his bachelor’s degree from Wake Forest University. He has experience in psychiatry, gastroenterology, neurology, dermatology, and rheumatology.
“Nick’s experience, not only with client work but with business development, will be a valued asset,” said Andy Pyfer, who leads Fingerpaint’s Conshohocken office. “Our office has been growing very quickly, and he will definitely help us continue that trend.”
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Fingerpaint was named a 2017 finalist for Agency of the Year by Med Ad News, MM&M, and PM360 and won PR & Marketing Agency of the Year in 2017 from the Business Intelligence Group. Additionally, it won the 2018 Heart Award from Med Ad News for its commitment to philanthropy and social causes and has been on Inc. Magazine’s list of the 5,000 Fastest-Growing Companies for the past six years. Founder Ed Mitzen was honored as 2016’s Industry Person of the Year by Med Ad News and as a 2017 Top Boss by Digiday. Visit us at fingerpaint.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.