Since 2017 CCO at Anomaly Berlin, driving German and Global brands like Rimowa and Porsche with disruptive thinking.
Started his International career 1998 at Wieden+Kennedy in Amsterdam where he worked on European and Global Nike campaigns. In 2005 Frank joined a Global W+K unit to win the China business for W+K Shanghai. With that he became the ECD of that office and grew office and Nike successfully towards the Beijing Olympics in 2008. Besides establishing agency and culture in this new market, his aim was finding and growing outstanding Chinese talents and creating branded entertainment and communication beyond classic advertising.
He left Shanghai for a short Mediterranean break in Barcelona only to return back to Asia in 2009, this time Japan, to run the W+K office in Tokyo. In his role as ECD he continued trying to build unique cultures and outstanding creative with focus on non-traditional and new media campaigns. The devastating earthquake 2011 forced him and his family to move out of Japan.
In 2012 he joined 72andsunny in Los Angeles. He couldn't resist the sun and the creative opportunities for over 5 years and was running brands like Sonos, Samsung, adidas and Activision on a global level. He finished his creative US journey with a personal project that manifests diversity and a world without borders.
In summer 2017 he and his family decided to move back to Germany to take on two challenges: to open and grow a new Anomaly office in Berlin and to learn - again - German language and culture.