Robert Cormack spent 36-years in advertising before writing his first novel "You Can Lead a Horse to Water (But You Can't Make It Scuba Dive). He continues to freelance, while working on two follow-up novels to "Horse" along with a collection of short stories "Would You Mind Not Talking to Me?"
January 2009 - at Present
I've worked on many contracts, usually with large pharmaceutical or automobile companies.
BAA Radio and Television
at Ryerson University
1974 - 1977 (3 years) Ontario
Creative Director/ Senior Copywriter
I've worked in every category of advertising (including a few that I don't think are legal anymore)
Freelance copywriter, blogger and journalist
I've spent the last 38 years working advertising, promoting brands in just about every category. I've won lots of awards, made companies money, and have written extensively on the subject of marketing and advertising. I also taught briefly (filling in) at Centennial College in Toronto. My book "Napalm Has Its Uses (How to Succeed in Advertising Without Really Frying" is currently being considered by my publisher. Available for all kinds of writing projects, whether it's advertising, strategy, blogging or articles. Contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Knowledge and keywords