Managing Director, Digital
As managing director of digital, Jeremy is responsible for leading and evolving the agency’s digital offerings globally. With more than a decade of digital and social media marketing experience, he has developed a specialty in integrated program development which have resulted in successful executions spanning multiple channels of engagement.
Previously, Jeremy has worked on a number of iconic brands ranging from General Mills and Gillette, to technology and infrastructure like IBM and HP, to financial services such as MasterCard and USAA. He has also worked across a variety of sectors such as health and wellness on brands like Tylenol. Jeremy has managed diverse teams that span traditional and digital media and are integrated across a variety of clients’ communications including marketing, corporate comms, customer service, issue management and consumer interaction.
Jeremy’s perspective of dynamic engagement and storytelling comes from a career in working on both long and short form content. Prior to joining Allison+Partners, Jeremy spent most of his career at integrated advertising agencies including Saatchi & Saatchi, Deutsch and Ogilvy. For several years he ran a production and development studio that built award winning solutions for companies such as Microsoft. He was also responsible for the creation of original entertainment properties and development of programming for various cable networks including Cartoon Network, The History Channel, MTV and CITV in the UK.
What did you want to be when you grew up?
I recall at one time I wanted to be a theoretical physicist. It was the idea of dreaming up the biggest thing imaginable and then thinking of something bigger that was so attractive to me. I found the study of philosophy to be very similar, but without the calculus.
What do you most value in your colleagues?
Enthusiasm. It can be really easy to get jaded working in this industry. I think it takes a certain mindset to be excited every day about the work we do.
What's something that might surprise most people who know you?
While in school I started touring with a couple companies driving skate ramps across the country. We built ramps for ESPN for the first X-Games in Newport, RI.
What was the best advice you ever received?
Shut up and listen. It’s impossible to hear when you’re talking.
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