We like what we do, and who we do it with
Forgettable ads, sleepy afternoon meetings and stale business partnerships. Sorry, but no. We enjoy what we do too much to make this miserable.
We got tired of working for the big boys and being dragged under by overhead and oversight from people who, quite frankly smelled bad. We did what anyone who loves what they do would do — we started our own agency. And then we took a shower. Not together.
Spicy Pixel is made from a collection of all the best people we've worked with over the years. Great at what they do, and even better at keeping their skin soft.
When it comes to the work: the more we can make the process seem less like a process, the more everyone will enjoy the results.
Ted is the Founder / Chief Digital Officer of Spicy Pixel Agency and the brains behind this whole operation. His superpower is his passion for helping businesses identify their target audience and maximize their impact with tailored solutions and powerful data-based insights. Famous for his thought leadership — and notorious for his keynotes — he empowers businesses to measure their success, make informed decisions, and achieve their objectives in the ever-changing digital landscape.
As Chief Creative Officer, Matt's passion is creating thoughtful integrated brand experiences. And he's been lucky enough to do so for some of the most well-liked brands in the world like Anheuser-Busch, Verizon Wireless, Coca-Cola, FORD, MolsonCoors, M&M Mars, VanKampen Investments, The Cayman Islands, STIHL Outdoor Power Equipment, Texas Pete Hot Sauce, Bridgestone Golf, Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA), Billings Montana Tourism, SLO CAL Tourism, Rapid City Tourism and Caesars Entertainment(PPE).
Never without pencil in hand, Mark-Daniel is the Senior Copywriter responsible for giving voice to all the brands. By day, he is the go-to for tone development and specialized writing. But in his off-hours, he spends his time writing fiction, boxing, snowboarding and being an overall menace to society. Ask him about his current favorite ad and listen as he talks your ear off for a half hour.