We assemble all-star teams depending on the specific needs of each client. Each person brings a unique set of skills; all bring passion about helping mission-centered clients change the world. Here are some of the talented people who do the work.
Chris Landry, M.Ed learned how to tell effective stories during the two decades he spent in the non-profit world (including ten years of work in food security and sustainable agriculture). A former museum exhibit designer, he serves as client liaison, project manager, and chief strategist. Chris is director of the short film, Joanna Macy and the Great Turning, which is distributed by The Video Project.
Colby Gottert is president of Digital Development Communications, the firm that helps on most of the videos produced by Landry Communications. He and his team have produced short films about public health, international development, climate change, and other topics in more than forty countries. Colby was co-producer of Youngstown Boys, part of ESPN's 30 for 30 series.
Randall Smith is a digital strategist and principal of PowerLabs, a consulting firm that helps organizers build powerful movements by integrating community organizing and digital strategy. Randall has extensive experience with grassroots organizing, data-informed digital strategy, and communications strategy.
Joe Heslin has spent the last decade developing and refining an innovative approach to brand-building and integration marketing. He began Joe Heslin Strategies after 5 years teaching abroad followed by 8 in marketing and sales. His work is designed to create internal cohesion, broadened awareness, and engaged audiences in a way that's authentic and true. He also feels weird speaking about himself in the third person.
Kristen Winstead is a graphic designer and principal of Sund Studio, which specializes in helping mission-centered organizations be seen. Kristen has a knack for understanding her clients and translating their personality into unique effective design. Kristen designed the logo for Landry Communications.
C.S. Fossett has built a career on the bedrock of his childhood passions. He has been an art director, illustrator, designer, and animator for domestic and international companies including Walt Disney, FamilyFun magazine, Kitchen Sink Press, and DC Comics.