Tim Brunelle is
a writer, teacher,
creative director,
public speaker and
organization leader.
Brands and agencies
hire him to unearth
opportunity and
solve complex
business problems
with more than
words and images.

Public Speaker

Tim is available for speaking at events and seminars.

Since 2000, he’s presented at over 20 public events, including: Lunchtime keynote for the AdFed 2013 Student Ad Summit; welcome keynote for the 2013 launch of the Minnesota chapter of EPIC; session presentation at the 35th annual Chorus America conference 2012; keynote for the 2012 BrandLab Summer Workshops; presentation for the 2011 Ignite/MSP series; keynote for the New Mexico Ad Fed; keynote for the Birmingham Ad Fed; keynote for the Social Media Breakfast Minneapolis/St. Paul; session presentation for the American Marketing Association; session presentation for the Denver Ad Fed; keynote for the Omaha Ad Fed; keynote for the Stavanger, Norway Kreative Forum; keynote for the Dayton, Ohio Ad Club; and a session presentation for the American Graphics Institute’s “Creating for the Web” Conference. Here are three videos of Tim presenting:

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Tim has been on the teaching staff at the Boston Ad Club, Emerson College and the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. He created and hosted the Conversations About The Future Of Advertising (CATFOA) speaker-series, which ran from 2007-2012, in Minneapolis. The CATFOA series welcomed Mullen’s Edward Boches, Ogilvy’s Jan Leth, Edelman’s David Armano, Geek Squad founder Robert Stephens, former WalMart SVP Advertising Julie Roehm, BrainTraffic founder Katrina Halvorson, OfficeMax’s former CMO Bob Thacker, author Joseph Jaffe, former Adweek Editor Brian Morrissey, and former Best Buy CMO Barry Judge (video of interview above).