In addition to design, strategy, cultural engagement and events, we produce original cross-platform content, city guides and On Air Fest, our own sound festival.
Now Reading | Offbeat City Guides Revel In New York "spares us the travel-writing cliches"
The Radio Motherboard Guide to Defending the Future at work x work ON AIR Sound Festival
Cool-kid factor in work x work's live-streaming pop-up radio lounge at Wythe Hotel
"We were really excited to have previewed our third season of 30 for 30 Podcasts at On Air Fest. work x work created a special environment for people who love audio and are pushing the boundaries of this medium. We learned a lot, made great connections, were inspired, and will definitely be back."
Jody Avirgan, Senior Producer
"work x work are amazing storytellers. Their design and imagery of our neighborhood guide has brought the Lower East Side to life in a way that is meaningful for our guests and innovative for our industry."
Marcus J Nicolaidis, General Manager
"work x work has helped revolutionize our business. They led a redesign of our identity & website & reimagined our advertising. We have launched new products with their guidance and the results have been phenomenal. They are our agency of record and integral part of our success."
Jinny Laderer, President
"We love work x work and being at On Air Fest. They bring a fresh creativity to the podcast world and it's great to be a part of their vision. Our event reached such an interesting audience and the set design was beautiful."
Kara Silverman, Global Communications & Marketing Director
"I was brought to joyful tears during our review process."
Erich H Theophile, Executive Director
Scott is a driving force of creativity and passion. He has fifteen years experience building media brands, launching companies, and crafting successful cross-platform marketing campaigns. He created work x work to satisfy the need of brands to express themselves through true storytelling. Scott is also co-founder of Revel In New York, a video, print, and digital culture guide, and has been credited with revitalizing America's largest radio network, Westwood One. His work has been featured in the New York Times, Forbes, Wall Street Journal, Videography Magazine, NYC Media, and NBC.
Ray has over ten years of art direction, branding and experiential experience working with large agencies such as Grey Advertising, Momentum Worldwide, Draft FCB, and Pentagram Design. He brings all the things he has learned along his journey, along with his keen passion for branding, to all of the projects he works on, large or small. Past works include flagship projects for Ramada, Calvin Klein, P&G, Dyson, American Express, and more. He has spoken in panels for the AIGA and his work has been seen in New York Times Magazine, Rob Report, The New York Times, Town & Country, The Wall Street Journal, the TNT Network and the ESPN Network.
Jemma is a multimedia producer and artist from NYC. She brings over six years of experience creating cultural content and driving integrated campaigns, and is currently curating programming for work x work's 2018 On Air Festival. Previously, Jemma was the Digital Producer at The Moth where she ran social media, content strategy, web properties and special digital projects including a full website redesign and the launch of The Moth’s first interactive tool, StoryScribe. Her recent independent projects explore scent-memory and intimacy through personal storytelling. She aspires to say she made everything she is wearing.
Jeff has spent his career at the intersection of brand marketing, cultural insights and business development. He strongly identifies with work x work’s progressive, storytelling approach to brand marketing. Jeff has also spent time leading the innovation consulting practice at PSFK, as well as crafting thought leadership platforms on behalf of brand partners like Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project, UNICEF and Microsoft. He was also a driving force behind Kamio, the photo platform that helped properties like The Walking Dead and Orange Is The New Black make over 100 million branded selfies.
With over ten years experience in hotel sales and marketing Rachel brings a unique and global point of view about the state of travel. From running sales on property at Chambers Hotel in NYC, to managing a chalet in the French Alps and serving as Director of Sales for Design Hotels, she understands the traveler's experience from all points of view and how to build successful strategies for smart brands.