Creative Director, The Mill
Celebrating Craft is a recognition that the constituent parts that feed into a piece of work; all the nuances that we get obsessed about, all contribute to determine its success. So when we talk about Craft, what we’re really talking about is effectiveness to communicate an idea. It’s a coagulation of lots of little pieces of individual specialism to form a whole body and an acknowledgment that we are perfectionists for a very good reason.
Adam Grint is a Creative Director in The Mill’s London studio.
In this role, Adam heads up the London immersive team, focusing on the creative development and growth of all interactive and immersive projects.
Adam originally hailed from London, where he made his name as a lead Flame Artist and VFX supervisor, working on high profile campaigns for Audi, JCPenney and Samsung. He was also part of the award winning teams that created the iconic Sony ‘Balls’ and Honda ‘Cog’.
He then moved to The Mill’s Chicago studio, where he took on the roll of creative director, as well as lending his directorial talent to Mill+, leading projects for McDonald’s, ComEd, and Wrigleys.
Adam’s newest role in London ushers in a new era for The Mill, growing the immersive team and displaying our full commitment to storytelling within the world of VR.