As a boutique advertising and communications firm that thrives on producing work that matters, we’ve set out to create more meaningful, sustainable relationships between brands and their consumers. Fueled by the desire to offer clients more than memorable advertising or pubic relations campaigns, we provide marketing expertise and inspired creativity, turning opportunity into potential.
PRINCIPAL + CHIEF CREATIVE OFFICER
Rob is the founder and chief creative officer of mushed peas, where he leads the day-to-day creation of brilliant work, including concept development, art direction, copywriting, photography, project management, public relations and strategic consulting.
Rob’s vast marketing knowledge and creative expertise have allowed him to develop a keen understanding of what is effective, and what is not. His ability to successfully apply this understanding to integrated branding and marketing campaigns involving the Web, social, print, direct, and broadcast is clearly evidenced by his work with clients such as Coldwell Banker, EH National Bank, the Grammy Museum, Honda, JVC, the Los Angeles Times and others.
Rob’s work includes producing concepts, copy, design, photography and user experience parameters for all areas of the digital world: social media, websites, online banners, e-mail blasts, interactive polls and contests, as well as annual reports, brochures, sell sheets, assorted POP/POS materials, TV commercials, radio spots, theatrical trailers and more. Rob is also a highly acclaimed photographer, creating images for advertising, fashion, editorial, portrait and architecture assignments. Visit robsilverman.com to view Rob’s photography.
Rob studied photography and design at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, and holds a Master of Arts in Mass Communication from California State University, Northridge.
When not fixing midnight paper jams in the laser printer, Rob enjoys art, music, managing his fantasy baseball team, staying fit, taking photos and spending quality time with loved ones.
Rob quote: “What can I tell you?”