We are artists and problem solvers. We make the exceptional accessible.

Specializing in all production and post needs, we offer support across feature, commercial, video, art, VR, AR, experiential, and live action platforms.


Rich Lee is a commercial and music video director. He has directed spots for brands such as Nissan, Carl's Jr, Beats by Dre, Samsung and Amazon. He has also directed music videos for Eminem, Lana Del Rey, The Black Eyed Peas, Alicia Keys, Maroon 5, Michael Jackson, Norah Jones and many others. Rich began his career in New York as a sculptor and fabricator, creating set pieces for the Broadway shows The Lion King, Titanic the Musical and Phantom of the Opera. He eventually worked his way to Hollywood where he supervised 3D animated previsualizations of action and effects heavy blockbuster films. His feature credits include The Pirates of the Caribbean I, II & III, I Am Legend, Minority Report and Constantine and many others. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Louise, and their twin daughters.



After attending University of Colorado Boulder to study film and business, Justin Diener moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in filmmaking. Starting as an assistant at some of the country's premier post houses, he later transitioned into live action and progressed to become a freelance line producer. Today Justin has over a decade of experience working as a line producer and post producer. Splitting his time between Los Angeles and New York he has had the incredible fortune of working with some of the industry's most innovative directors, producers, and ad agencies.



Louise Baker Lee is a creative supervisor, digital artist, animator, and AR app developer at Drive. She has overseen development of three proprietary AR apps: 4th Wall, an evolving fine art AR app, EMINEM Augmented, and 14th Factory AR.  Lee has worked in post production and visual effects on countless music videos and commercials, and spent twelve years as a supervisor and 3D artist in pre and post-visualization for films such as the Amazing Spider-Man, the Hunger Games, and Transformers. Lee graduated from Yale University in 1999 with a BA in History of Art and is a proud mother of twin girls.



Ned Brown began his career like a lot of people: by accident. Twenty-five years later, he is still at it, working with top brands and artists around  the world. Leading various award winning companies, he has helped forge relationships with brands in a way that pushes the boundaries of what storytelling can do. He has been a strong voice in steering the community by sitting on the board of the AICP for many years.  He has built a reputation for using a more efficient and targeted approach in creative partnerships for brand building. With a firm belief that this 360 structure is also applicable to real life, he mixes his work with being a Dad, a mentor to foster youth, a board member for three different non-profit organizations and a soldier in the fight for progress and social justice. He has a hard time sitting still and is excited to tell you all his ideas for changing the world.