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- Thursday, Mar. 7, 2019
Beaumont, Nesheim named co-creative directors at Mob Scene
People on the Move
- LOS ANGELES
Mob Scene, an entertainment marketing agency for major motion picture studios, television networks, and streaming channels, has named editors Josh Beaumont and Chris Nesheim as co-creative directors, theatrical. They will both report to Craig A. Platt, Mob Scene’s EVP, theatrical.
Mob Scene’s theatrical division works with the top movie studios and streaming networks to create and produce trailers, TV, and digital spots. The division works with studio executives to influence the creative strategy behind high profile campaigns promoting both major theatrical releases, as well as films and documentaries presented by the top streaming platforms.
In their new positions, Beaumont and Nesheim will continue their editorial work, while also collaborating with Platt to innovate and push the creative work of the theatrical division. This will include business and creative development. In addition to their work collaborating on campaigns, they will mentor young talent currently on the rise within Mob Scene itself, and help Platt to grow the theatrical division over the coming years.
Before joining Mob Scene, Beaumont had been a producer and sr, editor at Buddha Jones, contributing to recent marketing campaigns for “Life of the Party,” “Night School,” and “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” He also served as an editor at Trailer Park, where he cut teasers and trailers for “Jungle Book,” “Life of the Party,” “Anchorman 2,” and both “Horrible Bosses” films.
Prior to his promotion, Nesheim had been a sr. editor at Mob Scene since 2012, most recently working on the promotional campaign for “Aquaman,” “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” and the Clio Award-winning teaser for “The Accountant.”