Brad is an ad man. He co-founded an advertising firm, ran it for over 20 years, and enjoys helping great entertainment make it to the marketplace. He has created strategic marketing, advertising, and business projects for a wide range clients and industries, giving skills in any marketing/branding/internet pursuit you care to name. On top of it, he’s a classically-trained illustrator, which he uses to create iconic, standout visuals for movies and businesses.
Fun fact: his first experience marketing movies was designing and building the website for SUICIDE KINGS (1997), with Christopher Walken. And that was followed by a website for Darren Aronofsky’s PI (1998).
He is driven to help great concepts connect with the audience. In fact, he’s relentless about it, always pushing to start with an effective strategy so that money and effort are all spent well. His ability to uncover the strongest aspect of a concept is what allows him to build a strategy that works within the available budget. At all points in a project — from script to after the final product is released — he enjoys guiding the project toward more financial success and a stronger connection with the audience.
He has produced a wide range of creative work for massive corporations such as 21st Century Insurance and McDonalds, TV commercials on tight budgets for smaller firms, corporate videos that help non-actors connect with their clients for service industries, and music videos for properties like Disney’s Hannah Montana Forever.
Throughout his career, he has been acting, writing, directing, shooting, and editing his own stories. This has given him a deep understanding of all creatives who find themselves standing at the crossroads of Art and Commerce. He has learned that intersection is exactly where the most exciting and powerful work can come to life.