Mike Caguin

Chief Creative Officer @ Colle McVoy

As chief creative officer of Colle McVoy, Mike Caguin has helped transform Colle McVoy into a vibrant, creatively driven and nationally recognized agency. Mike is responsible for overseeing the agency’s creative output, which includes attracting the best talent, building a culture of creativity, building upon the agency’s digital expertise and creating work that makes a difference for clients.

Under his leadership, CM has experienced remarkable year-over-year growth and has been recognized both nationally and internationally in some of the industry’s most revered award shows, including Cannes Lions, The One Show, Communication Arts annuals, ADDY Awards, OMMA Awards, the Effie Awards, Webby Awards, D&AD, Clios, Graphis annuals, Obies, AIGA and others. Agency work has been recognized in prestigious publications like Communication Arts, Lürzer’s Archive, HOW and Print. And Colle McVoy continues to be critically acclaimed in The New York Times, Creativity, Fast Company, Mashable, Ad Age, and Adweek, among others.

Prior to becoming CM’s creative leader, Mike worked at shops large and small and from coast to coast, including Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners and TBWA\Chiat\Day. His client experience includes Aveda, BMW MINI, Cannondale, Caribou Coffee, Detroit Pistons, ESPN, General Mills, GT Bicycles, Indian Motorcycle, Invisalign, Infiniti, Land O'Lakes, Nestlé Purina, Nissan, Red Wing Shoes, Schwinn and Yahoo!

Outside of work, Mike is an avid runner, cyclist and triathlete. He’s completed 11 marathons, two Ironman races and commutes year-round by bike.

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