New York, NY –
, one of the nation’s top editorial houses, has announced the addition of producer Jessica Stanchak to its New York facility. Some of her current clients include Febreze (Grey), Garnier (Publicis), Olay (Saatchi & Saatchi), Athenos (Droga5) and P&G (BBDO). Stanchak joins Beast after a stint as an editorial producer at jumP Editorial. Prior to jumP, Stanchak served as assistant producer at Ogivly & Mather, where she produced TV, online, radio and new media content. “Jessica’s full of amazing positive energy,” said Beast executive producer Elizabeth Krajewski. “But at the same time she has a buttoned-up, calm approach to producing that makes her an ideal fit for the culture at Beast. She’s a great addition to the Beast family.”
Stanchak got her start in the industry as an intern for the series “A Current Affair.” Her first post production position came as a production coordinator at Ogilvy & Mather, where she quickly moved up to assistant producer. She worked on major accounts such as American Express, IBM and Kraft and later became the lead producer for Maybelline’s worldwide campaigns. “Beast is one of the most respected editorial houses in the country and I’m excited to be part of the team,” said Stanchak. “I look forward to working with everyone!”
Beast is one of the country’s top editorial houses for commercials, music videos and web virals. With facilities in Santa Monica, New York, Austin, Detroit, Chicago and San Francisco, Beast serves a global clientele with an unparalleled roster of established, award-winning editors as well as up-and-coming talent. Since opening its doors in 2006, Beast has built an impressive and varied body of work for such clients as Harpo Films, Nike, Electronic Arts, Converse, AT&T, Reebok, Southwest Airlines, GM, Toyota, BMW, Mercedes, USAF, Linkin Park and Black Eyed Peas.