|Double-Wide is a team of experienced and passionate storytellers. We promote entertainment in all forms, we produce commercials, we tell brand stories. Everything we do is informed by the simple principle that audiences – now inundated by messaging – aren’t content to simply watch and absorb those messages; they need a reason to feel engaged. This can only come from consistently fresh creative and powerful branding, so that’s how we roll.
|At Double-Wide, we can take clients from soup to nuts on any project: creative services and consulting, productions big and small, multicultural marketing, strategic and media planning, editorial, art direction, and visual effects supervision.
Full-service AV, digital creative and editorial
Multicultural marketing targeting AA and Hispanic audiences
Media planning and strategy consulting
Social media strategy and execution
Branded content creative, production and editorial
Production services across the US and Southern California
Co-Founder/Chief Creative Officer
Chicago born, David’s career path began as an editor in Paris – he’s still fluent in French – then around the planet covering events like the Olympics and the Tour de France, earning six Emmy Awards. He finally landed in Los Angeles and in movie marketing, founding Double-Wide with his passion for storytelling in all forms. He lives by the theory that work is like being at a great dinner party: when everyone brings something to the table, everyone has a good time. Good people having fun always produce the best work, so come join the party.
Co-Founder/Executive Producer, Live Action & Production
Danielle is a California girl by way of Oklahoma. Born in San Francisco, her parents bought a farm near Tulsa, where she was raised. After college, she moved to New York and worked at Chiat/Day, eventually crossing over to the production side and moving to Los Angeles. With over 20 years of production experience in movies, television, commercials and live concerts, she brings both a wealth of knowledge and a down home personal touch to all of her projects.
Creative Director, Theatrical & On-Air
Darryl has spent 20 years in film, television, on-air promo, creative advertising and branding as a creative executive, creative director, producer and editor. He’s left his creative mark on campaigns for over 170 movies. As a marketer and African American, Darryl prides himself in understanding how vital this audience is to the success of any TV or film campaign. His creative and cultural insight helped launch the hit show Empire for Fox. “Multicultural marketing is not a question of ‘either/or’ but ‘and.’”
An Academy Award nominee for his documentary, Cavedigger, Jeffrey Karoff is a natural storyteller whose work reflects his own warmth and intelligence. A graduate of the American Film Institute’s Directors program, Jeffrey formed his strong visual style early as a cinematographer and photographer. He is the co-founder of Paradox Works, a unique director/actor workshop where artists hone their crafts learning from one another. Jeffrey’s fundraising films have helped raise over $100,000,000 for New York’s prestigious Robin Hood Foundation.
Nick Losq starting his career at 19, doing storyboards for live-action and animated features, among them Kung Fu Panda and Madagasgar, all while earning his degree from UCLA. Just after graduating, he started directing commercials full time, and was nominated at Cannes as part of their Young Director Showcase. In addition to his commercial work, Nick is currently developing a mixed media TV series with Disney.
Rob Zombie grew up wanting to be “Alice Cooper, Steven Spielberg, Bela Lugosi, and Stan Lee,” so he’s doing okay in the wish fulfillment department. With a massive and intensely loyal fan base, Rob’s artistry and vision are instantly recognizable in both music and movies. He’s sold more than 17,000,000 albums, has seven Grammy nominations, and has written and directed some of the most memorable feature films of our time. When he’s not touring with his band, Zombie’s really a homebody, hanging out with his wife, Sheri, and their pug, Godzilla.
Craig is the director of the theatrical feature documentary “Vidal Sassoon, The Movie,” selected for SXSW and the Tribeca Film Festival. Craig has also once had Brad Pitt as a PA, and when he’s not writing, shooting and editing, you will find him cooking while thinking about writing, shooting and editing. Along with his current commercial and branded content work, Teper is developing a new documentary series.