In 2010 a group of friends set out to build a studio that would foster their desire to gain and share knowledge. Dissatisfaction with mediocrity provided the foundation to naturally evolve the friends into a full blown think and do studio. Today, Friends of Mine is comprised of the most meticulous directors, designers, animators and producers. We’re constantly on the hunt for the next innovation to excite us, the next story to intrigue us, and our next partner in crime.
We are thick as thieves. We are Friends of Mine.
Jeremy envisions the master plan. His trained eye and ability to express the spirit of a brand, band, or network, makes him the ideal creative director and entrepreneur. With an extensive background ranging from brand development to all aspects of design and post-production, he’s responsible for work from Lenovo, Otterbox, Discovery Channel, CBS and experiences for musicians Rascal Flatts, Jason Aldean and Zac Brown.
Adam’s unique aesthetic and obsessive focus has established him as visionary director and designer. His work for Nike, Audi, Oakley and the Discovery Channel has earned him awards from PromaxBDA, the Webbys, Art Directors Club of Denver and led him to be featured in Communication Arts and Stash Magazine. His passion for visual arts and love of working with like-minded individuals drove him to become a founding member of Friends of Mine.
As a veteran of the premiere post-production, motion graphics and visual effects studios in Los Angeles, Brad knows how to cater to the highest level of client expectations. In his 25 years in the industry he’s produced broadcast commercials, network rebrands, corporate films and many other projects for the best brands in the world. His diverse business experience combined with a skillful photographer’s eye helps maintain our high standards creatively and commercially.
Burke is an alchemist. His ability to blend film, design and animation into a compelling picture has led to successful show packages for VH1, promos for Animal Planet, and content for MapQuest, Marmot and TED Global. Always striving to create something relevant, but not trendy, he works to meld today’s aesthetic with elements of timeless work from the past.