Below you will find information about our creative partners and collaborators. Each of them brings a unique skill set to the table, and through their collaborations with Create Great, no project is too large for us to handle.
Ben Young specializes in dynamic art, orchestrating movement to drive purpose, captivate audiences, and tell stories. This is evident in his work as a director, animator, editor, and painter. He is founder of Rapid Eye Digital, a creative agency in San Francisco offering video, animation, and post services for marketing and entertainment. RED has produced multimedia content for clients like Google, HP, Zynga, and Stanford University.
Brian Eby has been working with pixels professionally since 2006. He has spent most of his career working in the video game industry, but has also worked on short films and commercials. He has worked for an array of studios and clients including Secret Level, Midway, THQ, Tigon, and Telltale Games. Additionally, he has worked as an effects and technical artist on all five episodes of the Spike VGA’s 2012 Game of the Year winner “The Walking Dead”.
Serge Belman draws from a broad artistic background and wealth of natural talent while applying cutting-edge digital technology to create innovative and unique marketing solutions. Serge has worked at RDA (Sony, W-Hotels, Nivea, Nivea for Men, 2K Games) and Tribal/DDB (Exxon, Guinness, SyFy Channel, Baileys, Webby Awards, Neutrogena, Philips), Organic (Pepsi, Olay), where he created and implemented award-winning digital programs. Beyond “art” and “technology”, Serge has a clear and obvious command of the true communication goals of any projects, and works tirelessly to ensure that marketing expectations are met.
Glass Knuckle Games is a Boston-based Indie game development team comprised of: Dave Gedarovich, Brett Davis, and Kyle Fleischer. They produce games for desktop, in-browser based on HTML5, and the Android marketplace. Their games are unique homages to the early development period of videogames from the 1980s-90s, but with a modern twist.