Harbor: Carissa Clark, Rochelle Brown lead sales

(Carissa Clark, Rochelle Brown)

Harbor’s growing pool of global talent has been further enhanced by the arrival of Carissa Clark, Director of Sales, West Coast, Feature & Episodic and Rochelle Brown, Director of Sales, East Coast, Feature & Episodic, announced founder and CEO, Zak Tucker today.

Carissa Clark is a seasoned post-production expert with over ten years of multidisciplinary experience. With a background in DI, production, and sales at Modern VideoFilm, Chainsaw (SIM) and EFILM (now Company 3) she has worked closely with a host of acclaimed filmmakers such as Wes Anderson on Grand Budapest Hotel Amy Poehler on Wine Country, Sam Esmail on Comet, and Emmanuel Lubezki on Knight of Cups.

“We feel so fortunate to have Carissa and Rochelle join us in leading feature and episodic sales in North America. They are hyper-focused on talent and deftly matching that talent to the creative teams and projects at hand.”

Zak Tucker, founder and ceo of harbor

Commenting on her new role with Harbor, Clark said: “The refreshing, collaborative culture at Harbor focuses on elevating the creative experience and artistic vision, and I’m inspired and excited to be a part of that process.  Working with unique filmmakers has been one of the most rewarding aspects of my career so far and look forward to introducing those talents to the HARBOR family.”

Rochelle Brown joins Harbor from her role as Executive Producer with The Mill Group, New York, where she played an integral part in the growth and development of the Color department, garnering accolades for both long-form and short-form projects.

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Her feature film credits include An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn, Arizona, Waves, The Adventures of Wolf Boy, Uncut Gems, Zola, and Let Him Go.

She has supported major brands such as Nike and Play Station and has built and nurtured long-standing client relationships with agencies, editorials and brands alike. A highly successful 10-year tenure with Company 3 New York preceded her role with The Mill.

Commenting on her move to HARBOR, Brown said:Harbor’s long-form excellence is an impetus and is in perfect harmony with my passion for long-form. Hence, being a part of Harbor is a natural progression, and I am enthused to be a part of the team.”

Tucker concluded, “They also understand the way our artists play between entertainment and advertising and the fertile ground that enables for our talent and our clients. I’m thrilled to welcome them to the Harbor team and look forward to the many collaborations they will establish.”

Reel 360 wishes Carissa and Rochelle the best of luck at Harbor.