Most recently, Michael was the ECD at Amazon’s global internal agency, D1. He led design and global campaigns for Echo, FireTV and Prime Day. He also kicked off Amazon’s complete brand redesign and oversaw four Super Bowl efforts. Before that, Michael was ECD at Leo Burnett Chicago, where he led the Sprint account. He got his start at WONGDOODY in Seattle and LA. Michael shows up to work in a tight cycling getup a lot. No one’s sure if he owns a bike.
Matt’s been a leader in the Seattle creative community for 25+ years. For much of that time he was a creative director at WONGDOODY, where he ran the WA State Dept. of Health and Amazon accounts. Matt’s work has been recognized internationally by Cannes, The One Show and the Clios. He lives in the sticks.
Director, Operations & Production
Kris has been a director of production and executive producer in Seattle advertising for 20+ years, shepherding TV, radio, print, OOH and experiential campaigns from concept to completion. Prior to that, Kris worked in artist development for Universal Music Group in Los Angeles, focusing on music video production. True to her Gemini nature, she has excellent manners and proper etiquette. Until she doesn’t.
Rebecca is a lifer agency account person who believes nothing beats building client relationships, solving hairy business problems, and blurring the lines between agency and client. Over the course of her career she’s worked in brand strategy, design, marketing and advertising for brands that influence all aspects of culture, from Seattle Children’s Hospital to Microsoft and Amazon. True to her PNW roots, she can’t live far from water. She’ll actually die.
Before joining LHoS, Brooke managed the T-Mobile and Special Olympic USA Games accounts at Publicis Seattle. While there, her team helped develop an athlete-designed logo for the 2022 Special Olympic Games—a logo that constantly reminds Brooke that authentic human experience is the best tool in a brand’s toolkit. She is energized by strong client relationships and cups of coffee that dwarf her.
Business and Accounting Manager
Mary was formerly a print producer in the Seattle and Los Angeles markets for 10 years on clients such as Powerade, Washington State Lottery, Seattle Mariners, Starbucks and ESPN. Mary took a hiatus from the ad industry to over-manage various youth sports teams, until moving into bookkeeping over the past seven years. Because accounting is easier than dealing with (most) creatives.
Business and Benefits Manager
Kealy was raised in a newspaper household (not literally) and got her first job out of school in newspaper sales. She shifted to media buying in LA, handling such accounts as Australian Tourist Commission, Fox Sports West and Paramount Home Video. She then shifted to managing multiple family moves, eventually landing back in Seattle. Kealy enjoys digging into benefits and policies and bylaws and legalese so we don’t have to.