Gary Hinsche




Executive Design Director Gary Hinsche joins Ohlmann Group after prolonged stints at prominent West Coast advertising agencies where he helped build some of the strongest brands in the world. While his work for Pioneer Electronics, Caesars Palace, and Teledyne garnered national acclaim, he is perhaps best known for helping to implement the brand marks for the 1994 Men’s World Cup, and the 1999 Women’s World Cup, and – most notably – the 1984 Olympics. Away from the office, Gary is an accomplished painter and sculptor, fascinated by geometric shapes and organizing them in ways that create tension through scale and color. His proximity to Bill’s Donuts also makes him a popular office co-worker on the days of morning staff meetings.