(Chicago, Illinois--November 2, 2012) Mode Project, a Chicago-based production studio, has named Tracy Heropkie as its new Executive Producer. Heropkie comes to Mode Project from Foundation Content (Chicago/LA), where she worked with major global brands including Kraft Foods, Target, Allstate and AT&T.|
A broadcast media producer since 2000, Heropkie brings extensive hands-on experience in all aspects of broadcast and multi-platform content production, and has held senior positions at Campbell-Mithun and Bozell prior to her six years at Foundation Content.
“Mode Project has an amazingly talented creative team which is nimble, versatile and focused on new ways of working. Iʼm excited to join Mode because we share a common goal in our commitment to delivering creative excellence and value to our clients,” says Heropkie.
“Tracy is a wonderful client advocate with a passion for doing great work,” says Mode Project Principal Colin Carter. “We couldnʼt be more excited about her joining us. Our clients expect us to have the best production professionals in the industry, and hiring Tracy certainly lets us continue to deliver on that.” In addition to Mode Projectʼs expansion in both its team and client roster, the studio continues to be recognized on the award stage, with two recent projects nominated for Chicago/Midwest Emmys.
About Mode Project:
Mode Project is an award-winning studio that creates distinctive content for the advertising, marketing and entertainment industries. The Mode team offers concept development and creative services for broadcast and digital media, including production, design, animation, editorial and finishing.
Recognition for Mode Project includes Cannes Lions Titanium and Integrated Grand Prix awards, New York Festivals World Medals, and Promax/BDA North American Design Awards. Learn more at http://www.modeproject.com