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Saul Torres

Adjunct Lecturer

Saul Torres is senior lead for creative direction at AT&T where he guides the development and expression of the AT&T brand in the U.S. and Mexico. In Dallas, he has led creative teams for The Richards Group, Eisenberg And Associates, RSW and his own company, Torres Creative, as he developed work for companies such as HP, Hilton Worldwide, Ferrari, Pepsi, Disney and American Airlines. Early in his career, Torres was hired to lead the first creative department for Comedy Central in New York when the channel was only a few years old. Sadly, he left this role the same week the channel launched South Park and The Daily Show.

His work has received national recognition from Communication Arts magazine, Print magazine, American Advertising Federation’s ADDYs, AIGA, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal, as well as international recognition from CLIO Awards, ADC (Art Directors Club), The Telly Awards, Graphis publications, and IABC (International Association of Business Communicators). A poster he created for the Dallas Theater Center is housed in the permanent collection of the Library of Congress.

Torres has been an adjunct professor for the Temerlin Advertising Institute and the downtown Dallas campus of Texas A&M University Commerce, and has taught design, art direction, branding and senior practicum. He currently serves on the advisory board for Dallas’ CityLab High School and has served on the boards of directors for the Dallas Society of Visual Communications and Big Thought.

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B.F.A. in Graphic Design, Texas Christian University
M.F.A. in Visual Communication, Texas A&M University - Commerce

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