Grant Copeland


Chief Creative Officer

For many of the agency's top clients, Grant heads marketing strategy, branding and communications initiatives. And rather than being on the soapbox philosophizing about the work, he’s in the bunker doing it.

Years in Marketing: 17

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Grant was named one of Graphic Design USA magazine’s People to Watch as "someone who is helping shape the design profession."


Copeland was selected by Hartford Business Journal as one of its 40 Under Forty for “showing significant success in his career, a passion for what he does and a dedication to community involvement.”


Named to The 25 List by Connecticut Creatives as one of the state's top marketing communications creatives.


Amongst other community endeavors, Grant serves on the marketing committee of the United Way of Greater Waterbury.

Little Known Facts


Grant is obsessed with sushi. Ob-sessed. If given the choice to eat it every meal – or have it intravenously put into his body – he would emphatically say, "heck yes!"



A former All-Conference, All-Region and Academic All-American baseball player in college, Grant was inducted into the Portland (CT) Sports Hall of Fame in 2010.



A New Englander and "ocean person" in the truest sense, Grant takes strange pleasure wading through low tide muck to grab clams off the shores of Guilford, CT.


  • Copeland is regarded as one of the country’s top brand and creative strategists, having won numerous awards in branding, identity, print, advertising, web, television, packaging and environmental design.
  • Grant's brand strategies have transformed organizations and impacted millions of dollars in new revenue.
  • Also a top creative, Grant has directed and designed campaigns for some of the world’s best brands – including AT&T, ESPN, FedEx, IBM, Iron Mountain and Holiday Inn.
  • His work has been featured in publications such as USA Today and Sports Illustrated, and at events ranging from international conferences to the Super Bowl.
  • Prior to WORX, Copeland was managing member and co-founder of i2i Creative, a creative and design agency which merged with WORX in 2005.
  • Grant earned a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art at Skidmore College (Saratoga Springs, NY) and lives in Guilford, CT, with his wife Meghan, daughter Ella, son Adam, and dogs Bono & Peanut (“Which sounds like a bad cartoon name, I know”).


Short films on WORX perspectives by the WORXers themselves.

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