• Senior Art Director
  • Happy Exile-Münsterländerin
  • Francophile Italy Traveler
  • Loving anything ceramic

Kathryn Nix, Senior Art Direction




How are you?



What did you want to be when you grew up?

Mermaid of course.


What’s your biggest luxury?



What’s on your playlist?

Uii, that depends on my mood! From electric to soul to classical music.


What’s your favorite vacation spot?

Whereever I’ve never been before. And also where I always go. But with ocean view please!


The best place on earth?

Le Plan-de-la-Tour. And not just because Johnny Depp is living there!


What do you love spending money on?

Food. And travel.


What talent would you like to have?

I wish I could play the piano really well. Unfortunately, my fingers are too short.


In retrospect, I would not again …

… go wild on the seesaw and bust out my teeth.


It drives me crazy, …

… when people are close-minded.


What’s your favorite pastime?

Food and everything around it – shopping, cooking and eating food …


What are your favorite bookmarks?

A homemade one from my godchild.


What’s your most prized possession?

To be healthy, and my friends


Who’s your favorite action hero?

Peter Pan.


What do you value most in your friends?

The fact that they are always there for me and we can share everything with each other.


What’s your main character trait?

Phew. Thoughtfulness?


Three apps you don’t want to be without…

WhatsApp, Perlentaucher, Pinterest


I forget time…

… in the ceramic workshop or starring at an ocean view.


Who wants to be successful in advertising has to…

… not necessarily get up early – I hope.


I celebrate my successes…

… again and again.


At age 18 I wanted …

… to study interior design. Or art therapy. Or photography. Or ..


At age 60…

…I want to live close to the ocean.


 Money makes me…

… independent.


I seek advice…

… from family and friends.


I tell kids….

…go crazy on the playground.


Berlin or New York?

Düsseldorf of course!


What’s your favorite campaign?

Well … favorite is a bit exaggerated – but I like the Lego “Imagine” campaign.


Which campaigns dont’ you like?

Oh, I recently saw a quite terrible one. Really bad. I better not talk about it …


What campaign of yours are you most proud of?

There haven’t been yoo many campaigns, but I still love my dissertation, which was a campaign for the French Cirque Plume.


What was the most embarrassing moment of your advertising career?

Didn’t have one yet, but does that mean I have to be an the lookout?


Famous last words?

Au revoir.