Congrats are in order for Wondros’ Danielle Peretz as she has been named new Executive Producer of the company’s commercial/branded content division.
Founder/CEO/Creative Director Jesse Dylan made the announcement today.
Dylan, who oversees a directorial roster of himself, Henry Littlechild, Riess|Hill, Sean Thonson and Jeff Yeats, believes Peretz is the right choice to lead the production company into the future.
“Danielle has extensive industry experience and brings that perspective to her new role here at Wondros,” notes Dylan. “She is a natural collaborator and an intuitive listener. Her values align completely with everything that Wondros stands for. We are thrilled to welcome Danielle to the Wondros team.”
Peretz brings over 25 years of a proven track record managing and executing the creation of award-winning commercials and digital content across the advertising, music and branded entertainment industries.
This includes extensive experience in new business development and generating additional revenue streams for overall company growth. Peretz has long-standing relationships with advertising agencies, media companies, and record labels.
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She has been responsible for discovering and nurturing the careers of some of the industry’s top Directors. Beginning her career in independent feature film, Peretz then joined Propaganda and its division Satellite Films.
She also served as VP, Creative Services at MCA Records. Additionally, Peretz has enjoyed staff positions at leading production companies Anonymous Content and Tool of N. America, as well as time at Missing Pieces and HSI.
“I am excited to join the Wondros team at this stage in the company’s growth,” comments Peretz.
She adds, “Collaborating with such a creative innovative leader, Jesse Dylan, on a daily basis is a tremendous opportunity. Our collective experience will shape and competitively position Wondros for the commercial and advertising industry not only for today, but also for the future. I very much look forward to the collaboration.”
Reel 360 wishes Danielle the best of luck.