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Lucky Post Welcomes Jessica Berry As Executive Producer


Jessica Berry
Dallas postproduction company Lucky Post welcomes new executive producer Jessica Berry. Berry brings a wealth of industry experience and a passion for fostering creativity to her role at the newly launched company.

Jessica Berry has a longstanding relationship with Lucky Post’s founders through its sister companies Directorz and Lucky Twenty One.

“Jessica is incredibly intuitive, bright and a natural team builder,” co-founder Tammie Kleinmann said. “Her experience is invaluable – and she already is a part of our extended family. For all those reasons, and more, we are thrilled to have her join Lucky Post.”

“I love the people who founded Lucky Post and share their philosophy of producing the best possible work in an artist supporting environment,” Berry said. “It is this foundation upon which we will grow and shape Lucky Post together. I am excited to share this great company with clients.”

Berry has earned a reputation as a creative producer with a keen ability to foster talent and develop project teams. Over the years, she enjoyed successful tenures as an agency producer including at award-winning Texas agencies The Richards Group and GSD&M. Berry then transitioned to creative representation with The Gossip Company, which she founded with Alyson Griffith in 2007. Griffith will continue to represent Lucky Post in the Texas market as Berry assumes the EP role.

Lucky Post officially opened in May of this year with an art opening reception featuring the work of Eliot Eames Saarinen. The company’s recent projects include campaigns for MetroPCS, Best Friends, RAM, D Magazine, Firestone.

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