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Jogger Welcomes Diana Cheng as Head of Production for Western US Offices

From the release:

Jogger is excited to welcome Diana Cheng as Head of Production for the company’s Western offices. The addition of Cheng enriches the company’s national and international production team as she collaborates with all Jogger locations throughout the US and in London.

“Diana’s brilliant,” says Jogger Creative Director Andy Brown. “It feels great to be welcoming such an exceptional Head of Production to our team at Jogger. She brings with her a wealth of experience and I look forward to working with Diana in the further development of Jogger.”

“Diana and Andy make an amazing team, we are excited to see them take Jogger to the next stage of the company’s development,” adds Michelle Eskin, Managing Partner at Jogger and Cut+Run.

Cheng joins the studio with over a decade of visual effects expertise producing VFX for such noted projects as Nike “Equality” Directed by Melina Matsoukas, and the AICP Show honoree Nike “Vapor Trail” directed by Mark Zibert both for Wieden & Kennedy, Samsung’s very 1st Super Bowl spot “Thing Called Love” directed by Bobby Farrelly for 72andSunny and the Douglas Avery-directed “Audi Force of Nature.”

Jogger’s new HOP is versed in the art of wearing many hats with depth of experience including working on location and in-studio with multitudes of compositing (Flame/Nuke), CG, animation, editorial, motion graphics, and design teams of various sizes.

In nearly eight years as Senior Producer at The Mission her clients included 20th Century Fox, Leo Burnett, Tool of North America, ESPN, Paramount, Wieden+Kennedy, TeamOne, Venables Bell & Partners, 72andSunny, McGarryBowen, Goodby Silverstein & Partners, BBDO, BBH, and more. She also enjoyed a five-year tenure at Asylum where Cheng worked with director David Fincher on Apple iPhone, McG’s “Terminator Salvation” among other noted collaborations and projects.

“Making people’s lives easier throughout complicated productions – it’s what we strive for every day. So when I met everyone at Jogger, there was an immediate sense of being in this together, in this goal of helping our clients make beautiful images and interesting narratives,” says Cheng. “It’s an amazing team.”