WRITER / DIRECTOR
For nearly 20 years, a guy raised in the middle of a corn field has delivered provocative and compelling ideas to companies, brands and agencies around the world. Seriously.
Brian has consistently produced work recognized for its creativity, diversity and most importantly its results for such clients as ABC, ESPN, Showtime, GMC, Panerai, Starkist, ALLTEL, Wenger, Del Monte, Firehouse Subs, Six Flags, Maille, Sony Ericsson/WTA, and more.
He has written award-winning scripts read by movies stars, TV stars, sports stars and even hip-hop stars, including: Kiefer Sutherland, Common, Lester Speight, Robin Roberts, Lara Spencer, Josh Elliott, Sam Champion, George Stephanopoulos, Ray Lewis, Sal Masekela, Pat Summerall, Brent Musburger, Al Michaels, Stuart Scott, Linda Cohn, Suzy Kolber, Dana Jacobsen, Sage Francis and the incredible Don Ho.
Brian has taken home hardware from various international creative competitions including Addys, London International Advertising Awards, Tellys, The New York Festivals, The Right Brain Awards, Alberta Motion Picture Industries Awards, The Summit Awards, and The 38th Annual American Advertising Awards where he was named Copywriter of the Year.
While managing his own small agency since 1999 with his wife, Casey Zeh, Brian has served as a freelance Creative Director, Writer, Director and/or Producer for various national and international clients, networks and advertising agencies from Biel, Switzerland to Bowling Green, Kentucky and many styles in between.
Whether working on-site, via iChat, by email or phone, Brian has seamlessly integrated into existing creative teams helping agencies win and retain accounts of all sizes (Firehouse Subs to Starkist) and industries (Snausages to X Games).
Starting his career in 1992, Brian came up through the “Big Agency” ranks putting in work at Ross Roy Communications (BBDO), McCann/SAS, McCann Erickson and Ogilvy & Mather.
Brian spends his precious free time with his beautiful wife raising their two young wonderful children, coaching their youth sports teams, volunteering in their classrooms, and occasionally disappearing with them to Disney World.
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