Camp + King
, a San Francisco ad agency, announces the addition of Namik Minter as a senior integrated producer. From digital to events to broadcast, she’ll produce projects across the spectrum of Camp + King clients: Google, Del Taco, Capital One, Hershey’s, Softcard and others.
“Minter’s body of work, including breadth of clients and caliber of content, is amazing. And her passions outside of work, from filmmaking to acting to traveling around the world, show what a passionate, inquisitive and well-rounded person she is. I’m thrilled that she’s chosen to be a part of us,” says Roger Camp, founder and chief creative officer.
As an integrated producer at BBDO New York, Minter managed production on projects spanning television, out of home, digital and live events for the agency’s AT&T, FedEx, HBO, M&M’S and Campbell’s accounts.
Having graduated from Yale in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts in design, Minter approaches her projects with a keen eye, always looking to create engaging and impactful experiences. In addition to working with consumer brands, she dabbles in independent filmmaking. She played the lead in An Oversimplification of Her Beauty, which debuted at Sundance in 2012 to rave reviews.
Minter’s new role begins upon her completion of a 12-month trek around the globe, which she describes as “a sabbatical to travel the world to learn more about people, politics and culture.” She visited 22 countries on seven continents and will bring this global vision to her work at Camp + King.