Working at the intersection of data and innovation, we build brands that thrive in the connected world. Our mission is to foster meaningful communication in a culture made more beautiful by our work.
We are driven by a passion for creativity, the pursuit of meaningful invention and a code of true partnership with our clients.
Our process integrates the agility of a tech start-up with the star power of Madison Avenue. We help you to define your brand, bring it to life, and share it with the world.
With backgrounds in technology, venture capital, and advertising, our team is equipped to partner with you from pre-seed to IPO.
Seal-Bin Han is a Malaysian-born Korean-American serial entrepreneur. He is the founder of World Youth Initiative, FitMango, Blue Hook Strategies, and Diamond Hook Media. He sits on the board of the J. Luce Foundation and the Self-Employment Counsel at Penn-Mar Health & Human Services. COMPLEX Magazine named Seal-Bin among the “Future of Tomorrow” and The Huffington Post named him a “Young Global Leader at Johns Hopkins.” Seal-Bin graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. He has extensive experience in capital formation, supply chain management, and walking his dog.
Michael Tucker attended Emory University where he was a founder of two companies. After completing his degree, he served as the Baltimore Angel investment group’s Operations Director and only full time employee. Afterwards, he continued his passion for serial entrepreneurship and helped to launch Mavin Ventures, a Maryland-based venture capital firm. He is a Venture for America alum, avid traveler, and lives for his daily beach runs in his Los Angeles neighborhood of Marina del Rey.
Jacob is a creative director and filmmaker working at the intersection of media and culture. He previously led agile marketing teams on the American Express account at Digitas and co-founded the production company Special Occasion. He graduated from Wesleyan University with Honors, where he founded the school's first and largest film collective, won the NNK Prize for Best Screenplay, and was a weekly patron of that infamous grilled cheese truck.