Creatives abroad: from Hamburg to New York

In part three of our series about creatives working abroad, we interview Salvatore Russomanno, an Italian creative director who recently moved from Hamburg to New York.

Russomanno, an associate creative director at 360i, says it was his dream to live in New York and work in a more mature digital market. He talks about the challenges of adapting to the city and his favourite New York spot. 

His advice for others wanting to work abroad? "Just do it." 

Watch part one: from Buenos Aires to London, with Saatchi & Saatchi's Celeste Dalairac

Watch part two: from Sydney to Hong Kong, with Ogilvy & Mather's John Koay


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