04.26.16

Welcome Edward Grann & Natalie Loos!

Edward Grann joins as executive producer; Natalie Loos joins as head of marketing

m ss ng p eces, the award-winning new wave production and entertainment company, today announced two new senior hires: Edward Grann as executive producer and Natalie Loos as head of marketing. Loos is based in New York, and Grann is based in Los Angeles.

“Edward turns the most difficult production challenges into creative opportunities, whose insight has helped shaped some of the most inspired commercial projects. He’s an astute manager of talent with an acute understanding of our industry. We are truly fortunate to have him join our team,” said Brian Latt, partner and executive producer, m ss ng p eces.

“Natalie’s bringing strategic thinking and experience to help create a conversation around our work, our team, and to champion our talent,” said Kate Oppenheim, partner and executive producer, m ss ng p eces. “She’s worked with some of the best directors, producers and commercial sales reps in the industry and we are excited to see how she’ll elevate the company’s profile.”

Grann has over twenty years of experience as an executive producer of commercial projects, across digital, experiential, VR and branded content. He has played an instrumental role at some of the world’s leading production companies, working alongside the industry’s top directors and agencies, while cultivating emerging talent. Most recently he was executive producer at Persuade Content, and has held executive producer roles at Stink, Warm & Fuzzy and Chased by Cowboys, and previously was a producer at The Director’s Bureau and EUE Screen Gems. He founded his first production company, Chased by Cowboys, in Paris in 2001, and later founded Warm & Fuzzy, which was acquired in 2010 by Stink in London. At Stink Digital, he worked on several award winning campaign for brand clients including Nike, Diesel, ASOS and Geox. In 2014, he helped found Persuade Content, which was awarded 11 Cannes Lions in 2015, and produced the “Love Has No Labels” campaign, which has been viewed over 120 million times on YouTube and Facebook. He holds a degree in film theory from Clark University.

Prior to m ss ng p eces, Loos served as marketing director of creative services at Deluxe, overseeing marketing and communication strategies for the company’s Creative Services division. Prior to Deluxe, she worked with talent manager Barrie Isaacson, representing the creative rosters of clients including A White Label Product/Sibling Rivalry, Skunk, The Whitehouse Edit, Human, Motion Theory and The Mill. She also served as head of sales and marketing for Fake Love, which received six Cannes Lions awards, including the Grand Prix for Mobile, in 2012 for Project Re:Brief Coke with Google.

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