Post Magazine
August 24, 2005


National Television created this Nick at Nite promo.

Chris Dooley, Brian Won, and Brumby Boylston serve as co-creative directors at the new venture with Steiner Kierce heading up production. The company's initial slate of clients includes Comedy Central, G4 Television, MTV2, CMT, and Nick at Nite.

Earlier in his career, Chris Dooley established the United Bread design collective with fellow National Television co-founder Brian Won. He also spent time at Brand New School. He's directed live action and animated spots for Cartoon Network, Orange UK and Kraft. He's also worked on a number of music videos, providing creative direction on Hilary Duff's "So Yesterday," and co-directing Jewel's "Stand."

Brumby Boylston's animations have made him a highly sought-out director. A BDA winner, Boylston has also written and directed for Buena Vista, Channel One, and Grey Advertising/New York. As a commercial and music video director, he directed David Bowie's "New Killer Star." His career includes time at both Logan and Brand New School.

An accomplished illustrator and painter, Brian Won adds a fine art perspective to National Television. He has provided graphic elements for Gwen Stefani's "What You Waiting For?" music video, as well as visuals helping to promote Roman Coppola's "CQ" film. He is co-founder of United Bread design and has worked closely with Boylston and Dooley while they were at Brand New School and Logan.

Steiner Kierce began his career as a locations scout in New York City, and then relocated to Chicago for a position as an assistant to renowned film director John Hughes. Later, he re-channeled his creative development talents from motion picture production, and entered into the field of motion graphics production in Los Angeles. He's worked as an associate producer with Pittard Sullivan, and later as a producer with Troika Design.