Gennaro Andriozzi

Andriozzi began his career in advertising as a graphic designer at Charm Magazine.

He moved on to become SVP/CD at Gilbert Advertising; VP/Art Supervisor at Wells, Rich, Green; head of Art and Production at Marschalk and most recently SVP/Creative Director at Avertt, Free, Ginsberg on the Goya, Johnny Walker Red and Clairol accounts.

In 1972, Jerry established Gennaro AndreozzI Inc., a full service tv production house. His commercial direction garnered many coveted awards: Cannes Film Festival Lion, One Show Pencil, an ADNY Gold, a Mobius award and an International Film Festival Silver Medal.

Returning to the agency business, he joined McCabe & Company in 1995. He works closely with Ed McCabe to develop advertising for Renaissance Cosmetic Brands like Tabu Perfume, Navigator Cologne and Ambush top sellers. Along with giving these fragrances their signature looks, he created a new look for the School of Visual Arts while also turning Classic Sports Network into a household name for cable viewers.

A lifetime member of the New York Art Directors Club and the Directors Guild of America, Jerry holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Advertising Design from Pratt Institute where he has taught Advertising Design.

He has lived in Manhattan with his wife Lucille for 30 years.