Executive Producer & Digital Strategist

Over the past 20 years he has worked for Universal Studios, Disney and Sony Studios managing projects like Pirates of the Caribbean, Knocked Up, Year One, Bridesmaids, This is Forty, and several of the Fast and Furious films. While comfortable working with the $30m and up studio budgets he is also able to work on the micro budget level having vast experience with content piece budgets well under $20,000.

Back in 2007 Barrett was called on to engineer creative direct marketing pushes for clients like Sony, Universal, Moet, Nike, Panasonic and more. His commercial marketing efforts for Alamo Draft-house garnered national attention for Melissa’s McCarthy’s “Don’t talk” campaign. In 2016 he was asked to step in as Creative Director and CTO for the worlds first OTT/Digital platform for all things Dance called Dance Network. You can find his case study HERE.

Currently, Barrett is excited about his position with Gamma Blast Studios, a one-of-a-kind content and marketing house. There’s a lot of big dreams under this studio roof!

End of the day? Barrett is (1) One part strategist (2) Two parts creative (1) One part digital marketing tech (1) One part producer/director and (1) One part filmmaker. He also believes you can never have too many parts.