For Immediate Release

The highly accomplished, EMMY® award-winning Creative Director and Designer, David Wilder, joins our inspired team of artists in a dream role that couldn’t be Wilder.

David brings over two decades of inspired experience in marketing and design. He has masterfully produced campaigns for the top names; PBS, TBS, and TNT, including four network rebrands, garnering numerous accolades, including multiple PromaxBDA and Telly awards.

At his previous design agency, clients included: National Geographic, Discovery, American Crew, and Comcast Spotlight. Projects ran the gamut, from social installations and photography to mobile apps and broadcast design.

Why IMG at this point in his esteemed professional career?

“I’ve worked for studios, entertainment networks, and agencies, all of which help shape where I am professionally today, but I recognize the time is right for a new challenge. As a member of the IMG creative team, I’m looking forward to developing campaigns which stand out, create an impact, and reflect IMG’s variety, innovation, and quality,” says Wilder.

Jeff Weingarten, President and CEO added, “We are wild about David being IMG’s new Creative Director. An added bonus, he’s no stranger to IMG on the client-side. His addition to our multi-talented team will inspire all of us.”

David welcomes the vast range of projects across genres that IMG produces, allowing gifted artists to flex their creative muscles. The consummate designer, David brings a positive energy that is key to the ever-evolving design process.

“From mobile app design and museum installations to documentaries and entertainment, IMG has an impressive assortment of clients and projects that allow designers and directors to collaborate on unique and innovative projects with distinction,” says Wilder.

David Wilder, welcome aboard IMG!

Interface Media Group (IMG) is Washington DC’s premier Digital Communications company. IMG develops, creates, and manages all aspects of media, across every platform.

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