Gerald “Jerry” R. Andelin has served as art director for several of the 20th century’s most memorable advertisements. His career has closely coincided with that of advertising legends Hal Riney and Dick Snyder—an association that began at BBDO San Francisco in the 1960s and continued at Botsford Ketchum. In 1974, when Riney started his own agency, Andelin joined as a partner. He left for Ogilvy & Mather but was reunited with Riney in 1985 when Riney bought Ogilvy. In 1998, Hal Riney & Partners was sold to Publicis, where Andelin now serves as senior vice president/creative director. Andelin’s work has garnered Clios and Cannes Gold Lions, and his accounts cover everything from Blitz-Weinhard, Saturn, Dreyer’s and Gallo to Perrier— named one of the best campaigns of the decade—and Bartles & Jaymes, chosen by "Advertising Age" as one of the top 100 campaigns of the century.