Accomplished advertising and marketing executive with decades of industry and entrepreneurial knowledge
Marc Schiller, founder and CEO of BOND Strategy and Influence (previously Electric Artists), is an accomplished advertising and marketing executive with decades of industry and entrepreneurial knowledge in the areas of brand strategy, creative corporate consulting, cultural curation and public relations. Schiller recognized the challenges posed by emerging technologies, such as the Internet, leading him to found the award-winning digital strategy and marketing firm Electric Artists. To better reflect the current digital landscape, Schiller decided to rebrand Electric Artists as BOND Strategy and Influence in October 2011.
Schiller currently consults on marketing strategy for a variety of film projects that include Banksy’s Academy Award-nominated film, Exit Through the Gift Shop and Asif Kapadia’s Senna.
Prior to launching BOND, Schiller served as Corporate Vice President of House of Blues Entertainment, Inc. where he pioneered music and entertainment content on the internet to create a multi-platform presence for the brand. Before that, he developed motion pictures for Warner Brothers, TNT, and 20th Century Fox. Schiller is also the co-founder of the Wooster Collective, a groundbreaking website that celebrates and showcases urban art around the world. In 2010, Marc co-produced the bestselling book from TASCHEN, Trespass: A History Of Uncommissioned Urban Art.
Schiller lives in New York with his wife, Sara, and their two daughters, Samantha and Charlotte. He currently sits on the the board of Eyebeam, a New York-based think tank for the convergence of art and technology.
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