Jason Musante is the Chief Creative Officer at Huge where he has led the transformation of the agency's global integrated creative offering. Based in Brooklyn, Jason leads the creative team across Huge's 13 offices, helping clients capitalize on the seismic shifts reshaping the marketing landscape.
Since taking on the role, he’s led the agency in a string of high profile new business wins including Vanguard, Realtor.com and Brooks running, to name a few. He’s led the launch of the country's number one peer-to-peer payment app for the nation's largest banks. He oversaw the launch of the agency’s first national television campaign. In 2018, Huge made its Super Bowl debut with a spot staring Keegan-Michael Key earning a #6 ranking from Ad Age and #11 on USA Today’s Ad Meter. Jason’s efforts have also landed Huge its first D&AD Pencil and multiple Cannes Lions. The industry recognized Jason’s achievements at Huge naming him to Adweek's “Creative 100” list in 2018.
Over his career, Jason has received dozens of awards from the Cannes Lions, One Show, the Clios, New York Art Directors Club, ANDYs, Webby Awards, Stephen E. Kelly Award, and Effies. His work has been featured in most mainstream news outlets including Wired, The New York Times, Newsweek, ESPN, CNN, BBC, Forbes, Fast Company, USA Today, The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, and National Public Radio. His work has also been covered in two books on the topic of integrated advertising.
Jason has judged numerous award shows, given talks at Web Summit, Internet Week, Advertising Week, the One Club and the Art Director's Club of New York. Jason partners with several organizations helping to promote diversity and inclusion within the advertising community.