Matt Orser started his career at a Chicago shop owned by George Lois named LOIS/EJL. While there he went from Intern to Art Director, learning under the folks who launched the first Corona campaign. From there, he put in a 5 year stint at Leo Burnett Chicago working on Nintendo, GM, Norelco, where he won the first Gold Lion in Cannes for Tampax & Always with Lauren Greenfield, now famous for the “Like A Girl” spot. Orser also worked on many global assignments for various Leo Burnett offices for P&G and GM. Next, Matt headed to Carmichael Lynch Minneapolis to work on Harley Davidson at a critical time of re-branding to the youth market. He and his partner were fortunate to create one of the few Harley commercials ever, a brand that has historically shied away from Broadcast or Online video.
From there, Matt joined The Community in Miami Beach as their first senior General Market creative in an effort to help bring in more youth-related General Market business. While there, Matt continued to produce award-winning work for MTV, VH1 and Volkswagen. He’s also worked at Crispin Porter & Bogusky in Miami to work on Best Buy and Ekocycle.
Matt Orser is now a Creative Director in the internal agency at Dollar Shave Club working across all products to help people love DSC.
He’s a Ross ‘Dress For Less’ enthusiast and often spends his weekends “Ross hopping,” sometimes hitting two and even three of the thrifty establishments in a morning. *Not to brag, but he once even hit four.