Frank advises Democratic campaigns and progressive organizations on political communications, website design, online video and brand identity. The winner of multiple Pollie and Addy awards, The Washington Post called his videos "an example of how interactivity has led to more accountability" in politics. His clients include Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Sen. Ben Cardin, Gov. Martin O’Malley, Terry McAuliffe for Govenor, Democratic Governors Association, MoveOn.org, among others. He’s written on media, technology and race for various publications including The Boston Globe, Salon and The Huffington Post.
A native of New Haven, CT, Frank holds a degree in African-American Studies & Government from Bowdoin College.
William develops websites, configures servers, sets up CRMs, and advises on online strategy. He’s experienced at translating technical jargon and cutting-edge methods into meaningful solutions for political candidates and non-profit organizations. He’s sincerely looking forward to the day Internet Explorer 8 goes away.
A native of Henniker, NH, William holds a degree in English and Gender and Women’s Studies from Bowdoin College and a Masters in Mass Communication from VCU Brandcenter.
Jim holds a degree in Art from the University of Southern Maine, where he began studies at 14. In addition to directing six feature length films, he's won the New Visions/Emerging Maverick Director's Award at the Cinequest Film Festival and the Special Jury Prize for a Narrative Feature at the Independent Film Festival of Boston. He's served five times as a judge of the Maine Student Film and Video Festival and has been a guest lecturer on cinematography at the Maine School for Science and Mathematics.
Aaron is a writer and producer for television and online video. He’s produced work for clients such as VoteVets.org, Catholics United, the Truman National Security Project, Accountable America and the Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC). Aaron has helped clients create hard-hitting, effective ads to hold Republican senators accountable for their votes on Iraq, health care reform, clean energy and financial regulatory reform.
With a commitment to message discipline, targeting and the efficient deployment of resources, David Loughran provides strategic communications services for Democratic campaigns and progressive organizations across the country. David has spent a decade working in electoral politics and state government. His career has taken him to nine states were he has helped win a gubernatorial primary against an incumbent, elect a mayor, three members of Congress, and more than 100 state legislators. Having done every job on a campaign, he has extensive experience in communications, public relations, field, fundraising, and GOTV. David provides strategic communications advice and produces direct mail, social media campaigns and television and radio ads for progressive causes.
- Television Production
- Online Video Production
- Strategic Messaging
- Media Buying
- Website Design
Ben Cardin for Senate (MD)
Elizabeth Warren for Senate (MA)
Maggie Hassan for Governor (NH)
Martin O’Malley for Governor (MD)
Rosa DeLauro for Congress (CT)
John Dingell for Congress (MI)
Lois Frankel for Congress (FL)
Dan Kildee for Congress (MI)
John Larson for Congress (CT)
Maine Democratic Party
Massachusetts Democratic Party
Michigan Democratic Party
Florida Democratic Party
Senate Democratic Campaign Committee (ME)
Mainers United for Marriage
Marylanders for Marriage Equality
Democratic Governors Association
League of Conservation Voters
National Jewish Democratic Committee
Progressive Change Campaign Committee
The Advancement Project
AFL-CIO Working for America Institute
American Federation of Teachers
Ballot Initiative Strategy Center
Feminist Majority Foundation
Friends of the Earth
Human Rights Campaign
Nathan Cummings Foundation
National Employment Law Project
Open Society Policy Cener
People for the American Way
The Roosevelt Institute
The Suborbital Coalition
Truman National Security Project
Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus (CAPAC)
Congressional Black Caucus (CBC)