Garrett has been a commercial and television producer for over 20 years selling his first production company to Grey Advertising after which he served as President of Grey Global Group’s direct response subsidiary, Great Response from 1995-2000. After a stint working for large media conglomerates such as Viacom, Garrett returned to his entrepreneurial roots and his true passion, original programming.
In 2005, he partnered with Joan Cusack to create an original six-part mini-series for the Travel Channel, entitled ‘Joan Cusack’s Local Flavor’. From 2006 – 2009, Garrett was a partner and served as General Manager of Turnpike Pictures.
Garrett has developed programming and produced on-air promos and web content for Food Network, HGTV, and Fine Living and serviced commercial clients including: Motorola, Virtua Health, Sirius Satellite Radio, Art Institute and Okidata.
ABOUT TWO RIVER PICTURES
Two River Pictures is full service production company that develops, produces, and edits a wide range of thought-provoking, non-fiction work for broadband, broadcast, and corporations.Partnering with some of the biggest names in tech, such as Palo Alto Networks, Nutanix, and LightSpeed Venture Partners, Two River Pictures has managed a wide range of projects; producing product marketing videos, customer testimonials, motion graphics and animation, and large scale user conference videos. In addition to their corporate work, Two River Pictures has produced content for networks such as Food Network, The Cooking Channel, Discovery Channel and Travel Channel and has earned two Emmy nominations for Good Food America on Z Living and a James Beard Award nomination for The Four Coursemen, a one-hour special featured on the Cooking Channel.
THE SKILLS CONNECTION
The Skills Connection helps technology companies to get the right results from analyst engagement. Our team comprises solely of former senior Gartner analysts, so we totally understand the role of the analyst and what they need. We help our clients to align their messaging with the needs of the analyst — to ensure the best outcome for both parties.