Contact Information

25 Brant St. Suite 201
Toronto Ontario M5V 2L9
Canadá
Telefone: (416) 537-4444
Email:

Jay Chaney

Jay Chaney

Partner & Chief Strategy Officer
Beverley Hammond

Beverley Hammond

Partner & Chief Business Officer
Denise Rossetto

Denise Rossetto

Partner & Chief Creative Officer

Basic Info

Competências Essenciais: Publicidade/serviço completo/integração

Fundada em: 2019

Empregados: 50

Prêmios: 28

Trabalho Criativo: 47

Clientes: 12

Competências Essenciais: Publicidade/serviço completo/integração

Fundada em: 2019

Empregados: 50

Prêmios: 28

Trabalho Criativo: 47

Clientes: 12

Broken Heart Love Affair

25 Brant St. Suite 201
Toronto Ontario M5V 2L9
Canadá
Telefone: (416) 537-4444
Email:
Jay Chaney

Jay Chaney

Partner & Chief Strategy Officer
Beverley Hammond

Beverley Hammond

Partner & Chief Business Officer
Denise Rossetto

Denise Rossetto

Partner & Chief Creative Officer

Broken Heart Love Affair Team Members

Jay Chaney

Jay Chaney

Partner & Chief Strategy Officer

Jay has previously been named Canada’s top planner on the Creative Report Card multiple years in a row and was listed by AdAge as one of 4 top Planners in the world in 2018. He is known for pushing the limits of advertising, and redefining and championing the strategy and planning role in Canada. He has contributed to several internationally game changing and award-winning campaigns; including, KOHO’s Dream Thieves, SickKids VS, Honey Nut Cheerios ‘Bring Back the Bees’, and McDonald’s ‘Our Food Your Questions’, which set a global standard for transparency in advertising. Most recently, he was awarded at Cannes for his contribution to Kruger Products’ ‘Unapologetically Human’ campaign.

A known challenger, Chaney began his career in the pure play digital world and has successfully connected the online and offline ad worlds in his most recent years and brings a fresh perspective on what’s happening and, perhaps more importantly, why.

Jay was previously CCO at KOHO and CSO at Cossette. He has also held strategy roles at Lg2, Tribal DDB, Critical Mass, and Blast Radius. He is formerly Chair of the Strategy Program at Toronto’s Miami Ad School. 

Carlos Moreno

Carlos Moreno

Partner & Chief Creative Officer

Carlos is one of the most successful Creative Directors in Canada. Under his leadership, Cossette was named Canadian “Agency of the Year” by Strategy Magazine in 2016, 2017 and 2018. He brought the same honour to BBDO in 2011. In both cases, firsts for the agencies.

He has also been awarded the prestigious Grand Prix award at the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity. As an Art Director, he was twice included in the Top Ten list globally by The Gunn Report. In 2018 and 2019, he was the number one Creative Director in Canada on the Strategy Magazine Creative Report Card, making that 3 times for his career. Most recently, he was awarded at Cannes for his contribution to Kruger Products’ ‘Unapologetically Human’ campaign.

A native of Guatemala, Carlos was named one of the most Influential Hispanics in Canada by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and sits on the Board for the Advertising and Design Club of Canada. He has worked as an Art Director and Creative Director in Toronto and New York for McCann, Saatchi and Downtown Partners DDB. In 2015, Carlos brought his skills to Cossette where he ran a variety of blue-chip accounts, including McDonald’s, General Mills, SickKids, Canopy Growth, Canada Goose and Public Mobile. 

Denise Rossetto

Denise Rossetto

Partner & Chief Creative Officer

Denise Rossetto has been recognized as one of Canada’s top Creative Directors and previously ranked in the top five in Strategy Magazine’s Creative Report Card. In 2023, The Message named Denise a Mighty Woman.

Her work has been recognized in every national and international award show for clients as varied as FedEx, PepsiCo, Wrigley, Nike, Johnson and Johnson, Labatt Breweries, Mars, Subaru, Rogers, The Canadian Cancer Society, RBC and most recently Paralympics and Right to Play. She has also won the Grand Prix award for the most effective campaign in the country twice and topped the Cassie’s Effectiveness Index. Before becoming Chief Creative Officer, Denise was consistently ranked top writer in Canada. Most recently, she was awarded a Cannes Lion for her work on ‘Parkscapes’ for Regent Park School of Music, as well as for her contribution to Kruger’s ‘Unapologetically Human’ campaign.

Prior to founding Broken Heart Love Affair, Denise spent five years at BBDO where she got the agency onto the podium at this year’s Strategy Agency of the Year awards. She was also part of the team that brought home the Agency of the Year award for four years at DDB.

An internationally recognized industry leader, Denise was named one of Toronto Brand Stars. She has been twice asked to judge the Cannes Lion Festival of Creativity, along with the One Show, LIA, the Clios and was President of the D&AD radio jury. As well as sitting on several advertising panels, she was recently a moderator for Women of Influence and was honoured to be on the See It Be It Panel. She is also formerly Chair of the Board of the National Advertising Benevolence Society. 

Todd Mackie

Todd Mackie

Partner & Chief Creative Officer

Todd has consistently been one of Canada’s top ranked Creative Directors.

In his last 5 years as the Co-CCO of BBDO Toronto, he helped lead his agency to many international and national awards on a variety of different clients. He also won the Grand Prix award for the most effective campaign in the country twice and topped the Cassie’s Effectiveness Index. Before that, Todd spent 10 years at DDB Canada where he garnered 4 Gold Strategy Agency of the Year titles. Most recently, Todd was awarded a Cannes Lion for his work on ‘Parkscapes’ for Regent Park School of Music and Kruger’s ‘Unapologetically Human’ campaign.

Creatively, he has won at every national and international award show, including the One Show, Clios, London International, Communication Arts, D&AD, and several Cannes Lions. And he has managed to do it for a variety of big brands: PepsiCo, Wrigley, Nike, Johnson and Johnson, Mars, Subaru, Bell, Rogers, The Canadian Cancer Society, RBC and most recently, Paralympics and Right to Play. Todd has also been an award judge for the Lisbon Ad festival, The Bessies, Applied Arts, The CMA’s and The Marketing Awards. 

Beverley Hammond

Beverley Hammond

Partner & Chief Business Officer

An entrepreneur and team builder, Beverley brings over 30 years of successful leadership and business experience to Broken Heart Love Affair. Prior, she founded empathy marketing agency, Republic and previously spent 12 years as President & CEO, then Chair of Veritas Communications where she transformed the agency into one of Canada’s leading marketing communications firms. She has also been president of Communique – think.ink.

She began her career in politics where her experience spanned both federal and provincial governments and included roles as a Senior Advisor to the Minister of International Trade, the Minister for Small Business & Tourism, and Ontario’s Deputy Premier & Minister of Finance. She has been an outside advisor to the Premier of Ontario, managed a number of winning political campaigns and includes the writing of five Ontario Budget speeches and a provincial Throne Speech in her portfolio.

As the first female Chair of the Board of Special Olympics Canada Beverley oversaw the only restructure of the organization’s national governance in its 40-year history. She is one of the founders of the G(irls)20 Global Summit and sits on the Global Advisory Board. She has been a Director of the LCBO, the Women’s Brain Health Initiative, Women in Leadership and Leadership Sinai at Mount Sinai Hospital. She is a recipient of the Harry Red Foster Award for Volunteerism.