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Let There Be Dragons
Jennifer Golub is the Executive Director of Content and Inventions at the Audience Behavior Lab, a division of TBWA\Media Arts Lab.
Jennifer develops out-of-contract intellectual property, including films, television, games, products, digital and apparel, as well as traditional brand communication.
Before embarking on this venture, she held the position of Director of Broadcast TBWA\Chiat\Day San Francisco and Cutwater, where she produced award- winning broadcast, digital and film content for a range of brands including adidas, Ray-Ban, Levi’s and Sony. She has worked side by side with the likes of David Fincher, Michel Gondry, Spike Jonze and Errol Morris. She has been integral to the TBWA\Chiat\Day culture for her contributions over the years, including directing the Emmy award-winning Apple “Think different” campaign. Her work has brought fame to the agency and network, earning 25 Cannes lions. She has served on nonprofit boards and contributed content on behalf of Virgin Unite, Rock the Vote and Feeding America.
Jennifer began her career as an independent director and artist. She authored Albert Frey Houses I & II, a book on the architect Albert Frey, a Corbusian disciple who lived and worked in Palm Springs, California. The book is published by Princeton Architectural Press and distributed by Chronicle Books. It was a recipient of the prestigious Graham Foundation grant and received an ID design award, was one of Wallpaper’s “Favorite 100 Things” and was lauded by The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times, as well as Metropolis, Artforum, Blueprint, Casabella, The World of Interiors and Spheres magazines. Her architecture acumen has landed her a position on the board of directors at Philip Johnson’s nationally landmarked Glass House and has produced films for both the renown artist Ed Ruscha, commissioned by the L.A. County Museum, and the architect Frank Gehry for his entry submission to design Beijing’s new National Art Museum. She has traveled around the world to curate Persol’s fine art collection and produced a corresponding set of 30 documentaries.
Jennifer Golub was a recipient of a full scholarship at The School of Visual Arts, New York. She has lectured and taught at universities and institutions including Art Center in Pasadena, California; Pratt Institute in NYC; The Society of Architectural Historians; and The Museum of Architecture, along with appearances on NPR.
She resides in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York.