Crane.tv is a storytelling and publishing company incorporating a video magazine and a branded entertainment agency.
We used to say we're about culture, but what that really means is we're about people.
We focus on the makers, writers, builders and dreamers throughout the creative industries. Big names are important but we’re not afraid to take a risk on a rookie, so we pride ourselves in discovering new talent.
Some people refuse to queue for food, we don't queue for interviews. Steering clear of press launches and other impersonal events we spend most of our time behind the scenes. We film in studios, homes and other places that matter to our subjects.
"Culture" can sometimes be inaccessible, intimidating or dry. We help to solve this problem by making our features about people.
We also like to find unexpected viewpoints. Fashion weeks, design, art and film festivals are covered in the traditional sense enough already. We task ourselves with telling the stories that may surprise, teach, challenge or make you laugh.
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Founder and CEO
Media Entrepreneur Constantin Bjerke is the Founder and CEO of Crane.tv. A firm believer that brands need to make the transition from campaign driven marketing to editorially driven, audience first marketing. Constantin and Crane.tv have worked with brands such as Swarovski, Mini, American Express and Burger King helping them develop and execute content strategies. With more than a decade of experience working in television and film production specialising in branded content, he is a sought after brand consultant - most recently for Absolut Elyx in North America heading up digital and content. Constantin is also a New York City Venture Fellow as well as a regular speaker at conferences and educational institutions.
Head of Brand Solutions
Raven has acclaimed results in winning pitches and generating new business for agencies such as Dentsu Aegis and OMD, as well as guiding major brands on their digital strategy and branding. As Media Director for Rucker Park street basketball tournament in New York, she built the digital brand from scratch and partnered with companies like Bacardi, Sprite and AT&T to create content. She is a returning lecturer at a number of creative schools and speaks at events and conferences worldwide.
Andrew Robertson has been President and Chief Executive Officer of BBDO Worldwide since June 2004.
Mimma Viglezio, formerly Executive Vice President of Global Communications at Gucci Group, recently founded her own company, Mimma Viglezio Ltd advising leading brands, individuals and publications on a free-lance basis.
Massimo d’Amore is former Chief Executive Officer of PepsiCo Beverages Americas. Before joining