Alex Burnard has worked and lived at Crispin Porter + Bogusky for the last twelve years. During that time, he has been responsible for work on the MINI, truth, IKEA, AND1, Buell, Molson beer, and GT Bicycle accounts. In the process, he has won nearly every award in advertising. But more important: the work worked, and has been talked about in Time, Newsweek, the New York Times, 60 Minutes, ESPN Sportscenter, and countless other media channels. During his tenure at CP+B, the agency has been named Agency of the Year nine times.

In 2004, he and partner Dave Schiff were promoted to co-creative directors of the Maxim magazine account. Their work, involving filing a petition with the Fish and Wildlife Department to list man on the endangered list, was on the forefront of an industry-wide effort to kill off metrosexuality.

Today, he is group creative director for Coca-Cola Zero. Recent projects include Brammo's journey to present President Obama with the first production electric motorcycle in the United States. And for Coke Zero, he launched an application called that allows people to find their doppelganger and contact them via the Facebook platform.

Burnard teaches at the Miami Ad School and has lectured around the world. He also created Hoopla (with Warren Burger), the first-ever book about CP+B, in bookstores now.