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Faisal Sethi

For the past two decades, Faisal has worked at the forefront of digital, physical, and experiential storytelling. Senior creative positions at startups, film productions, music studios, and exhibit design firms earned him accolades and recognition from TechCrunch, National Film Board of Canada, SXSW Interactive Awards, and the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation), among others. Faisal founded Frosty Pop Games in 2014, a natural, creative extension that combined his aesthetic intelligence for design, film, music, art, and storytelling. Faisal’s games have amassed more than 10 million downloads and been featured 100+ times on the Apple App Store.
Greg Stogdon

Prior to Frosty Pop, Greg was Senior Vice President of Creative at Burberry, where he led the company’s creative expression through campaigns, shows, global events, and digital innovation partnerships. Greg built and managed an internal and global creative team across disciplines including art direction, package design, visual merchandising, event experiences, user experience, and digital design. In collaboration with Christopher Bailey, Greg and his team were at the epicenter of Burberry’s digital efforts, responsible for the evolution of the brand. More recently, he oversaw the rebrand and repositioning with Riccardo Tisci. Prior to Burberry, Greg was the founder of  Partner + Partner, and held senior creative positions at 2x4, Lloyd & Co., and Tank Publications.
J.D. Ostrow

Before Frosty Pop, J.D. was Chief Marketing Officer at Theory. As a member of the executive leadership team, he was charged with transforming how the company worked and positioned itself for future growth. For 10 years, J.D. held senior marketing positions at Burberry where he led teams including strategy and planning, product marketing, events, operational marketing, and copy. J.D. worked closely with the creative media department to drive execution of all campaigns and initiatives into various channels and markets. Prior to Burberry, he held marketing roles at Nike, Donna Karan, and Madison Square Garden.

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