Jason Mayo Joins Humble as Director of Business Development

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New York, NY (November 11, 2015) – Humble, one of the industry’s fastest growing integrated production and content creation studios, has hired Jason Mayo as Director of Business Development. Mayo joins Humble after a 14-year tenure as a partner at Click 3X.

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“I’ve been watching Humble make some huge waves over the last few years. They just seemed to be killing it from every angle and it made me take notice. Then I visited the space and was instantly drawn to their unique culture and energy. There is no line between work and play and it has obviously translated into how their creative process works. They have the whole package and I knew this was the type of company I needed to be collaborating with,” commented Mayo.

“Jason and I have known each other for a long time. Recently we realized that we are both hell bent on doing things differently from the norm. Humble has always stayed one step ahead of a rapidly-changing industry, and with our ambitious push into original content and high-end VFX it’s a no brainer to bring in some grade-A firepower, ” said Founder and President of Humble, Eric Berkowitz. 

In addition to helping continue the evolution of Humble, Mayo will play a key role in the growth of its sister company, design and VFX studio Postal. Mayo will work alongside Creative Director Sam Stephens to add top talent as well as continue to build and develop its already strong footing in the post world.

In his spare time, Mayo also writes the award-winning dad blog Out-Numbered. For more on Jason Mayo and Humble, please visit: http://humble.tv

About Humble

Humble is a bicoastal integrated content studio created in 2006 by Founder and President Eric Berkowitz. With sister company Postal, Humble offers full concept-to-completion creative resources, from high-quality live action production to full editorial, visual effects, CG, design and post production. Humble creates award-winning and buzz-worthy commercials, music videos, branded content, and features for top filmmakers and ad agencies around the world. For more information, contact eric@humble.tv or EP persis@humble.tv.

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