Charlie has developed award-winning concepts, campaigns, content and copy for just about everything from software (Novell) to soft wear (Levis) to hardware (HP) to eye wear (Varilux) to underwear (Fruit of the Loom) to tuna (StarKist) to tuners (Panasonic). Not to mention Kraft Foods, Citi, cities, books, organic pet food and entire countries. He's done this digitally (site content, email blasts, blogs, web ads, web spots) and social media along with old school print, and broadcast. Charlie is also a volunteer music therapist (guitar/vocals) and does a weekly one-man rock fest for the cancer patients at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. He's married, lives in NYC and is always looking forward to his next marketing challenge.
Telephone # 212-249-5625
Since 2007, Matt has worked for Publishers Clearing House. As a copywriter for one of the nation's most well-known direct marketers, he has created contests, video scripts and engaging social media content, helping to make Publishers Clearing House one of Digiday’s Top 10 Most Engaged Brands on Facebook in 2012. He also serves as a back-up member of the world famous Prize Patrol. In addition, Matt interviews comic book creators for Comics Creator News.com and creates content for indie publisher Emerald Star Comics.
He lives on Long Island with his wife Nicole and newborn son Joshua.
My professional website: www.supermattkelly.com
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Telephone # 631-278-2215
R. Patrick Alberty is an accomplished actor, writer, director, and film editor with experience in all aspects of the theater and film industry. As a graduate of St. John’s University’s Film & Television Production program, Patrick has been working hard to create quality digital content for corporations, small businesses, and theater companies within the New York City metropolitan area. He is also the Associate Artistic Director for Mind the Art Entertainment, an arts company specializing in theatrical performance and publishing.
Fly-Over Country Productions Office - 917.725.5125 Cell - 573.864.2484
Email - FlyOverProd@gmail.com
Personal Cell - 573.864.2484
Skype - 917.725.5125
Michelle is an award winning and internationally exhibited professional photographer. She uses a distinctively bold, graphic and emotional style to create striking images for clients. Her attention to detail has brought success to a diverse list of clients, from individuals wanting distinctive portraits or attention getting head shots, hosts of social or professional events, creatives needing quality images for their projects, or couples wanting to preserve the most important day of their lives.
Michelle’s work has appeared in publications such as Business Week and Surface Magazine and has photographed for companies such as Microsoft, Wella Hair Color, Proctor & Gamble, Scholastic, NexCare First Aid Products, Post It Notes and Oscartielle Refrigeration.
In addition to her commercial work, she pursues artistic projects. Most recently, a photo from her series “Beauty in Devastation” was selected out of 10,000 submissions to be a part of the Rising Waters exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York, which deals with the effects of the New York area of super-storm Sandy.
Her work has been exhibited at the Queens Museum of Art, Curate NYC, the City Hall of the 9th Arron dissement, Paris France & The Langston Hughes Cultural Center & Library. In 2009, her project this Is Our Queens, was named one of the best of 2009 by the American Society of Media Photographers.
As vice President of the American Society of Media Photographers New York Chapter, a professional organization for photographers, Michelle has facilitated educational events. She introduced the Sandler Sales Program to ASMP NY, which guides photographers through all aspects of the sales process, the first program of its kind to be brought to the photo industry by a professional organization.
She was named a Rising Star of 2012 by the Queens Courier newspaper, an award given to young professionals under 40 who display exemplary business skills and service to the community.
Most recently, Michelle was asked to be a mentor for the Young Photographer’s Alliance, an organization that mentors aspiring image-makers with access to the kind of practical industry knowledge, experience, resources, and contacts they need to build sustainable careers as photography professionals. Michelle is a graduate of Wesleyan University. She discovered her love of photography while studying in Padova, Italy. She continued her study of photography at the New England School of Photography in Boston and at the School of Visual Arts in NYC.
Veronica Nicole Ventre
Veronica specializes in marketing and social media at Caccioppoli-Anderson, LLC. She has directed marketing and social media campaigns for The American Cancer Society and The American Red Cross and has been involved in marketing and sales events while at BCBG Maxazria Group. Veronica has also managed a small employment agency office in Manhattan,and has gained extensive administrative skills working for wealth management and mortgage companies. Veronica attended Rutgers University, majoring in psychology and also works as a nurse in the Washington D.C. area.
Independent Consultant for Rodan + Fields : www.Vventre.myrandf.com
David Michael Bruce
David is best known for his writing skills and the ability to make even the most mundane topics exciting and interesting to read. When you combine that with his savvy social media skills, you now have all the makings for a successful social media trend campaign.
Besides being a creative writer, David is disciplined in the art of research by leaving no stone upturned when researching specific topics, industries, products, services and individuals. Therefore, when we design a social media and public relations campaign, we have all the facts and we already know what’s trending, adding to the success of the campaign.
David studied Journalism and writing at St. Francis College in Brooklyn, NY.
David Michael Bruce
Social Media Specialist / Research Analyst / Writer
Contributing author / Writer: In The Blue Seats