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Jason Kreher is a Georgia-born Creative Director at Wieden+Kennedy, overseeing work for clients such as KFC, Verizon, Weight Watchers, and Old Spice Social Media. Prior to becoming a CD, Kreher worked as a copywriter on Old Spice, Target, Coca-Cola, Heineken, Jaguar, Howard Stern, and MTV. He also tells people he wrote the iconic Elizabeth Taylor "White Diamonds" commercial, even though he was only twelve at the time of its first broadcast airing. Jason was recently named one of AdWeek’s top 30 creative people in advertising.

Kreher is currently producing a short film he wrote for director Todd Selby, and his book SchadenFreezers (co-created by Matt Moore) was recently published by Adams Media. His "Napkin Notebook" with former partner Dave Arnold was sold exclusively through the MoMA Design Store, and his Tumblr blog fuckyounofuck.me is a huge hit among comedy fans and, puzzlingly, thousands of Thai teenagers. Kreher also directed and co-wrote a web series with standup comedian Maria Bamford. He currently lives in Portland with his husband Eirik, which is legal now all of a sudden.