We currently have series on air and in development at FYI, History, Science Channel, Cooking Channel, Adultswim.com, Red Bull TV and Go90. In addition to our television work, we work with brands and agencies to create compelling digital series and commercial spots, always with a mind to bringing broadcast-level storytelling to the digital world. Our production and development team has worked with A&E, Discovery, Food Network, ESPN, CBS, ABC and Turner as well as many of the world’s largest brands including Coca-Cola, GE, Toyota, American Airlines, Kodak, Mercedes Benz, Ford, Barclays, Toyota, Kleenex and AT&T.
The School of Humans management team includes: L.C. Crowley, Brandon Barr, and Marc Savoie.
L.C. is a writer, director and producer with over fifteen years of storytelling experience in television, film, advertising and multimedia entertainment. He has executive produced “Daytime Fighting League” (Adultswim.com), “Rusty’s RockFeast: Backstage With Zac Brown Band” (FYI), “Judge Puppet” (Go90), “Offbeat Eats with Jim Stacy” (Cooking Channel), and “Stuff You Should Know” (Science). He lives in Atlanta, GA, with his wife Casey and their three children. A musician and music appreciator, L.C. also helped co-found a renowned private venue music series in Atlanta called Grocery on Home.
Brandon is a writer and executive producer with over fifteen years of traditional and non-traditional storytelling experience in the digital media, advertising and network broadcast worlds.
He has executive produced “Behind the Screens” (in development at Red Bull TV), “Rusty’s RockFeast: Backstage With Zac Brown Band” (FYI), “Judge Puppet” (Go90), “Offbeat Eats with Jim Stacy” (Cooking Channel), “Stuff You Should Know” (Science), and web series Funny By Nature. Brandon lives in Atlanta, GA, with his daughter. He is an avid connector in the Atlanta creative community and co-founder of arts organization #weloveatl, and he is a practicing street photographer and Instagram influencer.
Marc brings twenty years of business experience to the table as the managing director of School of Humans, and oversees all operations, business affairs to manage School of Humans’ year-over-year growth. Previously responsible for business management, strategic planning and business development at such companies as J. Walter Thompson, McRae Communications, and The Martin Agency, Marc led national accounts ranging in size from $15 million to $40 million. Known as an exceptional brand strategist, he honed his innovative problem solving and brand marketing skills overseeing numerous successful integrated advertising campaigns for American Airlines, Sabre/Travelocity, MCI WorldCom, Coca-Cola, Edwin Watts Golf, and more. Marc lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife Kelly and two children. He is a certified golf nut.