Since 2011, Marybeth has worked on multiple projects for US and global brands. Most recently, she helped relaunch one of America’s most iconic brands, Harley-Davidson.

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, Christian Weber and Sølve Sundsbø, among others.

In her past life, Marybeth co-created Museum of Endangered Sounds which was featured in Wired, NPR, Washington Post, Vanity Fair, Fast Company and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

She’s currently an Associate Creative Director at Droga5 NY but also shoots film and photography on the side.

For questions or collaborations, please reach out here.

Select Clients

Google Pixel, Harley-Davidson, Hennessy V.S and V.S.O.P, COVERGIRL, Essentia Water, Sony, Dustin Yellin, The Real Real, Chrysler, Colorado Tourism, Smartwater, Seventh Generation, Kirsten Gillibrand, Diet Coke, Fred Water