Chris Eyerman is Creative Director at 3AM, where he works with film, TV, and video game creators to generate marketing and narrative opportunities from development through launch and beyond. While at 3AM, Chris has spearheaded such efforts for Alien, Blade Runner, and The Martian, among others.
In addition, Chris works with 3AM parent company RSA Films across various brand and content initiatives that are developed with a multiplatform approach that cultivates story, marketing, and distribution simultaneously.
Prior to 3AM, Chris served as Executive Creative Director at Ignition Creative, where he led pioneering campaigns for The Hunger Games, Prometheus, Arrested Development, and X-Men: Days of Future Past. Under his leadership, the agency expanded its business, achieved global recognition, and evolved from a web production team of 5 into an interdisciplinary team of 50+ that spanned strategy, creative, product design, communications, technology, and social media. Before Ignition, Chris spent 10 years at agencies working with a range of brands including Hyundai, Cheetos, VW, Dodge, Honda, Nike, Bud Light, Burger King, and Samsung.
Chris has been named to Ad Age's Creativity 50 as one of the world's most influential creative thinkers. His work has been widely recognized and featured in The New York Times, Mashable, Fast Company, Bloomberg, and Forbes, and has earned hundreds of accolades from The Webbys, Cannes Lions, One Show, CLIOs, Communication Arts, LIAs, D&AD, Andys, and many others.
Chris works aggressively to evolve the industry's understanding of emerging technologies and platforms, and their ability to be leveraged to tell stories. He has spoken at various conferences, including SXSWi and Semi-Permanent, has served as a juror for numerous awards shows, and currently serves as an executive member of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences.
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