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The Creative Producer is a key member of the TMA crew and pivotal to the creation and deployment of TMA’s experiential work. You will be responsible for bringing a diverse and dynamic group of people and disciplines together to produce innovative creative solutions to a variety of interesting problems.

About You

You possess a genuine passion for experiential creative.

You have a proven history of delivering award winning and highly creative experiences.

You understand that the most important part of producing isn’t checking boxes or bringing projects in on-time and under budget.

You are fearless and confident you can solve any problem with the right Google query or phone call.

You have a proven ability to provide leadership and energy to a diverse team.

You are a hustler to the core and pride yourself on being a hustler.

You have strong ideas and enthusiastic opinions about things like experience, design, architecture, events, art, technology and advertising. You read blogs, the books and know the trends.

You geek out on documentation and can produce the best RFP’s and SOW’s in the business.

You have existing relationships with freelance designers and creatives, as well as with the best production companies and fabricators in the world.

You have strong negotiation skills.

You are detailed and methodical and can geek out on a production contract.

You know how to build on an idea with creative and strategy teams, and know that it’s always about figuring out a way, not saying no.

You know all of the best production companies and can speak elegantly and intelligently about their strengths and weaknesses.

You know how to effectively create a plan that gives clients and internal stakeholders confidence in our ability to pull off even the craziest ideas.

You know how to orchestrate projects in a way that allows production partners to keep their head’s down and do what they do best.

You are able to keep the process fun, both for our internal teams and for our vendors.

You are able to foster positive, collaborative and exciting relationships with internal creative teams.

You know how to navigate the politics that often get in the way of making great work.

You can assimilate into any crowd. You are as equally adept at speaking with artists as you are with engineers.

You are willing to travel (and do whatever else you need to do to make it happen).

About The Role

You will lead and execute large-scale productions all around the country for some of the most exciting brands in the world.

You will be expected to work closely with the creative director, strategy director, producers, creatives, strategists, technologists, designers, clients and vendors.

You will get in early in the creative phase and collaborate closely with creative and technology teams to ramp up the concept, suggest new and under-utilized technologies and materials, and generally figure out how to help TMA exploit what is possible and what is next in experiential.

You will be responsible for completely owning the project. That includes, but is not limited to: research, feasibility, scope, RFPs, vendor selection, bid process, pre-pro, requirements gathering, schedule, budget, permits, venue selection, build, content, event management and content gathering for PR. If changing the light in the room will make the project better, you’re responsible for finding the right light.

You will be looked to for creative, logistical and financial expertise and support.

This is a truly independent position for a real leader. While certain rules, processes and procedures are necessary, the bulk of your job will be undefined an unstructured.  We will throw sizable creative challenges at you, but allow you the freedom to do what you need to do to get it done and done well.


  • 8 or more years of experience in concepting and executing events/live production.
  • Experience on both the agency and prodco side preferred, but some agency experience is required.
  • A fantastic presenter, bringing enthusiasm and confidence into a room.
  • A wealth of knowledge in budgeting and in finding custom solutions to creative, complex experiential event experiences
  • Significant experience working with best-in-class technical vendors, fabricators, specialists and artists throughout the country.
  • Adept at ensuring a project stays on strategy and hits the client’s KPIs.
  • Ability to interface with all levels of management, clients, and colleagues with ease and confidence.
  • Inherent desire to learn more about production.
  • Passionate, positive, and solution-oriented.
  • Strong organization, interpersonal and project management skills.
  • Open to travel, extended hours and weekend work as necessary.

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