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Cut+Run Adds Senior Producer Adam Becht to Los Angeles Office


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Editorial company Cut+Run announced the addition of senior producer Adam Becht. Becht brings deep experience to his role at Cut+Run, where he will be based out of the Los Angeles office.

“Adam has a perfect blend of experience and embraces any producing challenge with enthusiasm,” said executive producer Carr Schilling. “His varied and multifaceted skillset is ideal in terms of where the industry is headed, and a great match for the variety of projects we create on behalf of clients.”

A native New Yorker Becht worked in translation and interpretation in the U.S., Spain and Argentina before transitioning to advertising. He started as a post producer in New York and then joined R/GA. There he produced digital branded content for global brands and oversaw the agency’s production of internal content. Becht has extensive credits producing broadcast and digital live action as well as post. He recently relocated to Los Angeles to join Cut+Run’s office in Santa Monica.

“Cut+Run has a reputation for great work and after spending time here it is obvious it’s driven by the capability and background of its staff. It’s a great fit,” said Becht.

Additionally, Cut+Run has also promoted Brian Mulvey to production coordinator. Mulvey joined Cut+Run over a year ago and has grown into a key member of the production team. In addition to producing, he supports all aspects of production and has been an instrumental liaison to sales and marketing.

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