• Omelet is a full-service branding, marketing and entertainment company.

    Omelet is a full-service branding, marketing and entertainment company.

    We could tell you about our philosophy or history, our processes or capabilities. But what really makes us different is our talent.

    Our greatest asset isn’t a proprietary product or service, or a black box solution. It's our people. We are a collective of reformers from the worlds of advertising, entertainment, strategy consulting and original IP creation, bound together by a shared belief that great ideas can change the world.

  • Crew Members

    Leadership

    NAJ
    ALLANA
    CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
    MARK
    ANDERSON
    Chief Experiential Officer, Omelet To Go
    SARAH
    ANDERSON
    Chief Creative Officer
    RYAN
    FEY
    Chief Brand Officer
    Co-Founder
    VICTORIA
    GUENIER
    Head of Production
    DON
    KURZ
    CHAIRMAN
    CEO
    SEAN
    MCNAMARA
    Chief Strategy Officer
    ROB
    POZNANSKI
    Vice President
    & General Manager,
    Omelet Seattle
    MIKE
    WALLEN
    EVP, Content and Development
  • Press Landing

    08/2013 - 2013 Agency It List - Omelet To Go: The best example of the new breed of event agencies getting into the business ... Read the Article
    07/2013 - The SoCal agencies everyone's talking about. Read the Article
    05/2013 -  Omelet wins the Ex Award for Best Mobile Marketing Program Read the Article
    03/2013 - When you're a challenger brand, you pick the biggest competitive target and punch them in the nose, right? Well, Apple's iPhone isn't the biggest target, anymore... Read the Article
    03/2013 - Smoked by Windows Phone originally appeared at CES 2012 before heading to YouTube in a series of challenges on streets and in Microsoft retail stores... Read the Article
    01/2013 - DirecTV has partnered with Omelet's new content studio to develop original brand-supported programming for the Audience Network ... Read the Article
    11/2012 - Meet Your Match: Microsoft Launches Follow-Up To Smoked By Windows Phone Challenge - Microsoft seems to enjoy giving users of competing products a few challenges ... Read the Article
    11/2012 - The 12 Most Memorable Marketing Campaigns of 2012 - "It can wait." That was the message behind a multi-channel public service campaign from AT&T, which ... Read the Article
    10/2012 - So that’s pretty cool. You have to wonder if players ever get tired of it, if they’re numb to the adoration and excitement caused by just their presence ... Read the Article
    10/2012 - Olympic hunk Ryan Lochte surprised teams of young swimmers recently when he showed up for their meet and challenged them in the pool.  In a video shown on ... Read the Article
    09/2012 - Back in the days before deregulation, AT&T was nicknamed “Ma Bell.”  The new AT&T is no longer called that, but — at least when it comes to safety – it’s acting ... Read the Article
    09/2012 - Simon Cowell Really Wants to Sell You These $300. Sony Headphones 'X Factor' judge endorses X Brand.  Do you wear a lot of plaid, dance on top of cars, swim in ... Read the Article
    09/2012 - The sixteen-year-old Olympic gold medalist can't drive (yet!), but she's encouraging her fans to take AT&T's pledge to never text while behind a vehicle ... Read the Article
    09/2012 - Simon Cowell, Sony Unveil X Headphones - The $299 product will compete with Beats Electronics' Beats by Dre and be featured on this season of "X Factor" in the U.S. ... Read the Article
    08/2012 - 2012 Agency It List - Omelet To Go: The premium L.A. experiential and activation agency takes an “idea-first” approach to marketing, and it shows ... Read the Article
    07/2012 - Digital advertising agencies are built for the Internet age - Westside firms with names like Omelet, Ignited and Blitz are pushing clients beyond TV and print ads ... Read the Article
    02/2012 -  Ad of the Day: Whole Foods Market - Can a lonely man approaching 30 find crunchy love on Valentine's Day in the aisles of your favorite health-food store ... Read the Article