A New Approach

The Creative Collaborative

Creative Has Evolved

From cameras to edit suites, creative hardware and software has become more agile and cost effective. This is revolutionary for today’s top creative talent. Freed of their dependency on larger agencies and production companies, creative directors, editors, and designers are breaking out on their own. By 2020, 50% of the U.S. workforce is predicted to be freelance, up from 30% in 2006 (Forbes, November 2014).

A Prime Opportunity

We hand-pick dynamic teams from our diverse network of the best independent talent. Our strong reputation and close relationships within the creative community put us at a unique advantage over companies that are designed to build static teams from within their internal staff.

Better Value, More Results

Our process is designed as open source creative collaboration. It’s streamlined with best practices from our vast experience within agencies and production companies. Our footprint is light, our overhead is low, and there are no bottlenecks with bureaucracy. The result? High-value creative productions with the best, trusted team for the project.
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Production Credits

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Our Team

Brian Berberich

Executive Producer

Brian started in editorial, finishing some of the most-watched corporate videos from San Francisco agencies and Silicon Valley tech. He then moved into agency production, drawing from his long experience in ideation, production, and post.

Brian is adept at managing large teams of creative directors, artists, programmers, production crews, and vendors, earning a reputation for delivering on all needs: web, interactive, broadcast, and events. He’s worked with Apple, Google, Adobe, Cisco, Yahoo, YouTube, Toyota, and Honda.

Maria Henriksen

Senior Project Manager
Maria is an enthusiastic and dedicated project manager with extensive experience in content creation, including broadcast, social media, events, corporate messaging, web and interactive development. She thrives on complex challenges.

She is a tiny bit of an organizational freak, with great finance and management skills. She enjoys working with others, creating compelling content and leads by establishing a fun, collaborative, team-focused culture.

Ben Staub

Post Supervisor & Videographer
Ben brings a diverse skillset, having firsthand experience with a broad array of projects, media, and clientele.

An adept videographer, editor and director, Ben also has over 3 years’ experience as production director at a radio station conglomerate, where he collaborated with a team of program directors in a swift-moving creative environment.

Ben’s friendly and approachable presence coupled with his quick adaptability has garnered him great esteem with his colleagues and clients.

Ed Pritz

Technical Director
Over the past decade, Ed has been dodging keyframes and crushing pixels to create content for broadcast, mobile and web.

A seasoned motion designer, editor, and technical lead, Ed is able to prioritize, coordinate, and manage projects in a fast-paced production environment.

Solo or in groups, onsite or remote, Ed uses his diverse experience and skills to solve both creative and technical problems to ensure projects are delivered on time.

Raijanna Morrow

Raijanna holds years of experience in media and communications. As promotions director at the top North Bay radio station group, Raijanna built a reputation by streamlining a better process for interactive digital marketing, web production, and media management.

Raijanna’s skills in both project coordination and business accounting give her a unique understanding of the unusual business details of the creative industry. She is our unsung hero, in charge of the challenging and unglamorous tasks that keep Measure Twice running smoothly.