By The Pollack Group
The Pollack PR Marketing Group (PPMG) announced today that Brandon Buck has joined the agency as its new Digital Practice Lead. Brandon will lead a team of professionals in the agency’s Digital Practice Group, known as LAB186, in both of the agency’s LA and NY offices. Brandon will be located in the agency’s Los Angeles office.
Before joining the agency, Brandon founded his own production company focused on the development and distribution of creative brand content for strategic marketing campaigns. Working with breakthrough and innovative brands such as Myspace, Focus Features, Honda North America, Dreamworks Animation SKG, Change.gov, and more, Brandon brings a unique understanding of the interaction between audience and concept. Previously, he co-founded a company that led the production of an extensive collection of stylized educational and entertaining videos for children. He also has extensive broadcast television advertising experience.
Says PPMG CEO, Noemi Pollack, “With Brandon leading this practice, our digital services will continue to expand our reach in video production, graphic design, website development, SEO/SEM, media buying and planning, research and analytics, marketing automation and lead generation.”
“Brandon comes to PPMG with a powerful suite of skills that includes content creation, data analytics, web development, SEO, e-commerce, branding, paid social and production, editing, and design. His understanding of new audience dynamics and experience surrounding the integration of content creation and data-driven marketing will have an immediate impact on our clients’ digital experiences. We are excited to have Brandon lead our talented team and to continue to grow the success of our Digital Practice Group, LAB186,” said Will Ostedt, EVP and Creative Director of PPMG.
Adds PPMG President Stefan Pollack, “Brandon joins us at an exciting time in our agency’s growth trajectory. He will be instrumental in helping us recruit additional talent as we grow out our digital services.”