Paul is one of the most recognized and awarded creatives in the advertising industry. He's also one of the most humble, rarely debasing himself with cheap parlor tricks like hyperbolic opening sentences.
His work has been parodied on Saturday Night Live, praised by Al Gore, debated on CNN and put on display in both The Smithsonian and The Museum of Modern Art. Memorable campaigns include "Whopper Freakout" and "Help I Want to Save a Life" both featured in the Taschen book "GameChangers" about the work that has redefined advertising. Before founding Office of Baby, Paul ran Goodby Silverstein and Partners NY. Under his leadership the agency achieved 3 straight pitch wins, created one of 2015's best and most awarded campaigns, and landed a coveted spot on Creativity Magazine's "Standouts" list. Outside of advertising, a film Paul co-wrote was chosen as an official selection at numerous film festivals, including Sundance.
Paul is currently a founder and partner of Office of Baby, a newish agency. Paul is a dual citizen of Italy and the United States, Father of two boy children, husband to one wife and haver of very little me time.
Go to paulcaiozzo.com for more, or visit officeofbaby.com to see a website that may never not be under construction.