Glenn is currently a director at Nomad as well as President and CEO. He was a founding editor when Nomad opened in 1996. In his first year, he cut two Nissan spots for the Super Bowl and began a longtime working relationship with TBWA\Chiat\Day. Over the years he’s also cut spots for Arnold, Goodby, Wieden+Kennedy, and BBDO, to name a few. He’s collaboarated with many directors including Sam Mendes, Errol Morris, Michel Gondry and Gore Verbinski. Several campaigns he’s cut have garnered awards, but he is most proud of his iPod Silhouttes work for Apple and the time spent working for Lee Clow and Steve Jobs.
During this time, Glenn shifted his focus to directing after Chiat\Day asked him to direct one of the iPod spots. His most recent work is a spot for Google’s Pixel 4.
After Silhouettes, Glenn and Nomad were invited to embed inside the newly created TBWA/Media Arts Lab to assist in creating and testing new ideas for the brand. This collaboration resulted in the campaigns that launched the iPhone and the iPad.
As the shop began to grow, Glenn oversaw the expansion of Nomad to London, and most recently, to Tokyo. Today, Glenn works with each of Nomad’s offices to nurture new editorial and VFX talent to meet the ever changing needs of our industry.