Padraic Driscoll is a four-time Emmy Award winner and Creative Director for CNN. Formerly with the NHL’s Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins, his experience also includes in-house, agency, and freelance work for brands such as Time Warner Cable, Merck, Goya Foods, and Scholastic.
A native of upstate New York and a magna cum laude graduate of University of Pittsburgh, Padraic is classically trained in visual arts and art history. As a resident of New York City, Padraic studied at New York University and School of Visual Arts. In 2012, he was accepted to Swedish design school Hyper Island before changing course to continue his professional design work in Pittsburgh before ultimately returning to New York City.
Padraic's work is inspired by several individuals, including Carl Sagan, Roger Deakins, Kyle Cooper, Zdzislaw Beksinski, and Trent Reznor, among others. Padraic currently lives in New York with his wife and two young children.