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ArtClass Taps Logan Gilmore and Brian Keegan as Executive Producers

Next-gen production and post studio ArtClass Content has tapped Logan Gilmore and Brian Keegan as its newest executive producers. Brian, previously head of post at ArtClass for two years, has stepped up to helm the department as an EP. Logan has been formally established as an EP at ArtClass after working with the studio as a freelance bidding producer.

Brian Keegan is set to build and expand the post-production department at ArtClass. In his previous roles at the studio, Brian has brought many projects to life for high-profile brands like ESPN, GoFundMe, Broadway’s “The Lion King,” Playstation, Carvana, Anheuser Busch, General Mills, and the SoundCloud-branded narrative film “The Day Ones,” to name a few. Brian also produced the film “Life’s Good” for LG Electronics, which won Best Short Documentary at the Indie Short Fest and screened at multiple international film festivals. His previous experience in post-production saw him working with companies like Psyop, Los York, Roger, and the VFX department of Timber. As a leader, he brings a sense of approachability, calm, and control to the often chaotic production environment.”

“I was impressed by ArtClass’s ambition as a company, and I’m excited to contribute to their impact in the post-production industry,” said Brian of his new position at the studio. “My main goal is to collaborate with like-minded creatives, produce high-quality work, and stand out in a competitive landscape—and hopefully have some fun along the way!”

Hailing from Arkansas, Logan Gilmore first got his start in local markets after graduating with a degree in advertising from the University of Arkansas. He would later pivot to production, working in various roles in Austin, TX, including interning under director David Gordon Green for his film Joe, starring Nicolas Cage. Logan later found himself producing internal videos for Apple, which inspired a deeper dive into production. From there, he spent years working freelance in production before finding himself at ArtClass. As a bidding producer, he worked on winning jobs for brands like ESPN, Morgan & Morgan, Smirnoff, and Blue Shield. As an executive producer, Logan is communicative and collaborative, aiming to build relationships and bring artistic visions to life within budget.

Logan said of his new role at ArtClass, “I’ve enjoyed working with all the directors on the roster. Everyone has a unique perspective, and I immediately knew I wanted to be a part of their growth. Working for a commercial production house is exciting, and I’m so grateful to be working full-time in this wild industry. I want to continue the great work that has been started here, help build the careers of our directors, collaborate with clients and agencies, explore new technologies, find new efficiencies in production, and continue to seek out fresh talent.”

ArtClass managing partner Geno Imbriale remarks on the studio’s newest EPs, saying, “We’re thrilled to be able to promote from within at ArtClass. Our goal has always been to grow careers and nurture talent, and we’re honoured any time someone chooses to continue their evolution with us. Brian and Logan are incredible talents and are absolute joys to work with. Everyone from directors to agencies who’ve had the opportunity to collaborate with them is made better for it. I’m very proud of these promotions and can’t wait to see how their efforts shape ArtClass’s future.”