Since 2011, Marybeth has worked on multiple projects for US and global brands. Most recently, she helped create Never Lost, Facebook’s film about our resilience during the pandemic.

Marybeth’s experience ranges from creative direction, concept development to visual storytelling for campaigns, films, photography, retail, OOH, installations and interactive content. She’s worked with Terrence Malick, Derek Cianfrance, Nadav Kander, Jenn Nkiru and Kadir Nelson, among others.

At VCU Brandcenter, Marybeth co-created Museum of Endangered Sounds which was featured in Wired, NPR, Washington Post, Vanity Fair, Fast Company and answer on the game show, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

She’s currently a Creative Director at Droga5 NY, but also enjoys observing humans through her iPhone, Canon and Contax cameras.

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Harley-Davidson, Hennessy, The New York Times, COVERGIRL, Google, Facebook, Essentia Water, Sony, Dustin Yellin, The Real Real, Chrysler