Filipe Gill was born in Lisbon in 1965.
He studied Economics and Graphic Design in the UK (Torquay School of Art & Design, University of Plymouth) where he lived for 7 years.
Filipe worked at various advertising agencies in the UK as Art Director and Graphic Designer, before returning to Portugal in 1992. Back in Portugal he co-founded Tux & Gill [www.tux-gill.pt] in 1994, talent agency Who [www.who.pt] in 1998 and Mediadellarte in 2000. He helped to launch Santiago Foods in 2005 and Gastronomic Culture and Wine Divine in 2015. Currently works as an Independent Branding Consultant and Content Creator. He is also involved in the launch of 40plus, a Freelance community platform.
Some of the companies and brands Filipe has worked with include: Associação Portuguesa de Seguradores (insurance), AtlanticBlue Studios (world class studio facility), AudioPro (audio professional), Boehringer Ingelheim (pharmaceutical) Dyrup (paint), Filtrarte (direct sales), Galp Energia (Petrochemicals) Global Consulting, Instituto Cervantes (Spanish school), FeelWoman (trade fair), ISEG (Lisbon School of Economics), Leasing Atlântico (banking), Linde Group (industrial gases) Microsoft UK (IT), Miele, Município de Pombal (local authority), Nike, Novadis, part of the Heineken Group, OIM - International Organization for Migration, Pepsi Co (fmcg), Pfizer (pharmaceutical), Quinta do Monte d’Oiro (wine), SIC Radical (media), Teatro da Rainha (arts), Universidade Aberta (Open University), Vulcano (industry).
He is the author of 2 books on food: “Comida para Gastronautas” (D. Quixote, 2003) and “Sushi uma introdução” (Santiago Foods, 2006).
Filipe lives in Lisbon with his partner, Luísa, and their children.