Cincinnati, OH

Tuesday McGowan is an artist, designer and director. Her career spans over 15 years in motion design, having created experiential installations and brand films for Google, Twitter, Dodge, MTV, A&E, Pepsi, T-Mobile, Fitbit and Samsung. Her work has won numerous awards, including Communication Arts Design Annual, the BDA Awards, the One Show and the Tellys. McGowan is an active speaker and mentor. She recently hosted a panel on “Women In Motion Graphics” at NAB in 2018 and was asked to judge “The 2018 One Screen Film Festival” in December. She is a native of Cincinnati who ventured back to her hometown after ten years on the west coast. Website: www.tuesdaymcgowan.com

Scott Fredette has concepted and created content for Katy Perry, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Usher, Fleetwood Mac, Blake Shelton, The Glitch Mob and Fun! His emergence into directing took shape, some would say form, as he helped rebrand MTV2 in the mid-2000s. His style was raw, his heart still pink. But who cares, right? His work was described as charmingly naive and plainly odd. Someone once compared it to Mozart on cough syrup. It was fun and attracted like-minded creatives. Though his work was off-kilter in its movement and interpretations, it was thoughtful. Scott cared about his clients and worked to brand them in a unique way. As his work and style evolved, agencies sent him off to faraway places to brand, shoot commercials and live a fun life. Website: www.scottfredette.com