Mark Gallagher, Brand Expressionist®
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Mark walks a fine line between being under-caffeinated and over-caffeinated. Born too late to explore the wild west, but too early to explore the galaxy, he’s obsessed with travel and food.
A graduate of Pratt Institute, Mark studied Communications and Industrial Design. He is a frequent lecturer at schools including MIT, Babson and Tufts as well as Parsons, Pratt and the Miami Ad School. He has also served as subject matter expert on “branding” to publications including The Boston Globe and Financial Times.
Mark’s second passion is auto racing. He is a nationally certified performance driving instructor competing in both the BMW Club Racing and Iceracing series.
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Brand Expressionist at BLACKCOFFEE exploring the art and science of brands and branding. @mitdesignx mentor. Views are my own, or those of the voices in my head
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”Guess who we‘re bringing to Boston. #stlblues #WeAllBleedBlue https://t.co/qsvjyQ7BcL”
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Top 10 Country GDP Ranking History (1960-2017) via @YouTube
I can't help but consider how time changes context!
"If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story. —Orson Wells
#MindControl comes in many forms these days. A new study shows that when #Google personalizes your search results, it shields you from "up to 20% of relevant information." And you'll never know anything about what you don't see. https://t.co/QxdVCUt7iX