Born in New York City, Frank studied marketing, advertising and music and worked at Manhattan advertising agencies as a creative writer, art director and TV commercial producer.
Later he moved to Europe and worked with McCann-Erickson Advertising in London, a major international ad agency where he wrote advertising for top global clients.
In Amsterdam, Holland Frank launched The Creative Handbook-Europe, the first pan-European directory of advertising services that covered Belgium, France, Holland, Italy, Switzerland and the UK.
In 1989, he became a Managing Partner at CCMR Marketing Communications, a full-service U.S. advertising agency based in New York whose clients included multi-national business organizations such as IBM, Berlitz and Hitachi.
Frank moved to California in 2004 and was a marketing consultant for start-up Internet and software companies.
Most recently he was responsible for helping the Artula Institute for Arts and Environmental Education market its “Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea” traveling exhibit and educational programs to organizations in the U.S. and around the world.
Under his management, Frank advanced WashedAshore.org to a global stage, arranging appearances at the United Nations in New York and numerous other venues in the U.S., as well as an on-going exhibit at The Smithsonian Museum in Washington, DC.