About Drive Channel Creative

We are a potent and agile collection of marketers with experience working for small companies and corporate giants. We are also a dedicated and creative group of musicians, artists, and philanthropists with an obsession for making the world a better place.

Drive Channel Creative is the point where these two worlds collide.


Jeremy Brieske

Jeremy Brieske

Founder

A student of branding and the consumer experience, Jeremy likes to refer to himself as an unintentional web geek. With a pleasing blend of strategic, creative, and production skills, Jeremy steers our clients toward web apps and platforms that are cutting edge yet mainstream enough to ensure successful campaigns.

Before founding Drive Channel Creative in 2006, Jeremy worked in the musical instruments industry from the time he was a teenager, including stints at six NAMM-member organizations.

As a Brand Manager for Fender Musical Instruments, he helped develop and bring to market such products as the co-branded Fender/Meguiar’s Care Products – the industry’s highest quality instrument care products, the Fender Blender Custom reissue octave/fuzz pedal, and the patented DPT-100 Detachable Pedal Tuner.

When not working, Jeremy likes to hike and raft in the Colorado mountains, pound the skins, and blog about musical instruments at GearPipe.com.

Poe

Poe

Director of Canine Partnerships

Poe is a fierce warrior; a descendant of wolves. He runs on 100% passion and makes our office a happier place. Poe is a grateful alumni of the Denver Dumb Friends League.

Although one of the most valuable members of the Drive Channel team, Poe works for stuffed animals, belly scratches, and a steady diet of Purina Pro Plan dog food (Sensitive Skin & Stomach Formula, but don’t bring it up, he’s sensitive).

Despite the fact we currently serve no canine-related clients, Poe is at the ready if any dog food, toy, or bed manufacturer needs his expert opinion.

When Poe is not managing his zero clients, he is snoozing, pooping, playing, protecting, and staring at his leash.