I joined ICM Partners in February of 2017, upon the agency's acquisition of Headline Media, where I worked for 10 years. Prior to that, I worked at the National Football League for nine years in the New Media Department. My background includes television and internet production, marketing and representation.
After graduating from Union College in Schenectady, New York with a B.A. in Economics, I landed my first job at Sports News Network in Washington, D.C. as a Production Assistant. Following SNN I joined ESPN, also as a production assistant. Working there was a tremendous experience and gave me my first real taste of live television. From Bristol, I moved back to New York City and joined NBC Sports in the promotions department. I was at NBC from 1992-1995 working in television and promotions production on the NBA, NFL, MLB, Olympics, golf, tennis and many other sports. In 1995, NBC began to formulate their plans for the internet and I was there on the ground level producing content for the newly created NBC.com. Three years later, the NFL was looking to grow their web presence and brought me aboard. I managed the content and programming of NFL.com from 1998 to 2007.
At ICM Partners, my role is representing talent in their broadcasting deals as well as securing marketing deals for our clients. I have worked on endorsement deals with ad agencies and corporations that include everything from video games to athletic wear, beverages, restaurants and more. I also regularly book appearances for our talent at various events and speaking engagements nationwide. The television and sports worlds are both very small communities. I have found that if you are nice, honest and respectful to others, it always pays dividends down the road.
I live in New York City with my wife and two children.
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