PRODUCER - CBS MOBILE 2008
In 2008 I was hired as the CBS Mobile producer for "Big Brother" season 9. My job was to create 4-5 videos of daily content, conduct interviews with the evicted HouseGuests, write and produce weekly wrap-up videos every day for 100 days in a row. I was nominated for an Emmy award for my work, and was moved to make content for "The Late Show with David Letterman" and "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" and would create original content for the CBS LOL series.
When "Big Brother" returned with season 10, I did another 100 days of daily mobile exclusive content, and was nominated for another Emmy award.
In the early days of mobile entertainment, CBS Mobile was a rag-tag creative community with a policy that you could develop internally an idea and pitch it as a show. I developed a short-form comedy series that parodied the pitch process called "Son of a Pitch", which was picked up by CBS and eventually made 18 episodes with various production companies including 6 episodes in stereoscopic 3D for Sony's 3Net and Nintendo3Ds, winning a TellyAward for animation and was nominated for an International 3D Society Award.