DENVER, CO — Spillt (www.spillt.com), the multi-disciplinary creative studio, has added two new senior creative directors. Motion design luminary Ryan Summers is joined by live-action specialist Brian Eloe. The studio has worked with brands that include CNN, Discovery, Food Network, ESPN, Netflix, Deloitte and AT&T, among many others.
“Beyond the fact that both of these guys are straight-up great people to work with, their unique skills and innately curious mindsets truly complement our process,” says Ed Rhine, Spillt’s owner and executive creative director. “Plus, clients love them! There's nothing better than being able to bond and talk with a client because you then become not just a vendor, but rather a partner.”
Summers has collaborated with Guillermo Del Toro and JJ Abrams in his illustrious career, which includes working as a creative director and animator at Imaginary Forces, Digital Kitchen and the School of Motion. He brings a uniquely-scientific background (he was once a chemical engineer) in his approach to problem solving. Among his many accomplishments are title sequences for The Pacific Rim and Person of Interest, as well as creative direction for Mercedes Benz Stadium, Warner Bros., Starbucks, Pokemon and Google, among many others.
Eloe is an award-winning content marketing veteran who takes a highly collaborative, creative, think-and-do approach to every campaign. While he spent the last 10 years honing his craft as a versatile live-action director, he has also done creative, directorial and editorial work for 2C Creative, Impossible and Starz. Some of his most notable campaigns include the season launch of CMT’s Nashville, the launch of Paramount Network’s Bar Rescue, the national commercial for HBO’s Mayweather v. Pacquiao, and network integrations for brands like Carl’s Jr., Dunkin’ Donuts, Campbell’s Soup, Bank of America and MillerCoors.