We partner with forward thinking humans that have big ideas but need some help getting them done.
Doing something creative is better than nothing, but doing the RIGHT creative is better than anything.
We service our clients in a variety of ways, but our most important work is in making the complex simple, and the ambitious achievable.
We put the creative to work to achieve company goals.
Timely, engaging content that drives action
Bringing the fire from design to delivery.
Engaging activations centered in brand storytelling
Your priorities are our priorities. Understanding your goals, needs, and expectations is the first way we all level up.
Is the map loaded, and the inventory full? We'll establish processes with you that will help us all conquer the main quest.
Our projects at SOBOL are always in Beta. Thorough communication with our clients allows us to approach our work with intent.
We're here to assist throughout all stages of gameplay. GGs.
Taylor is a recent Sports Business MBA graduate from the University of Oregon, with a BBA from the University of New Mexico. He spent 4 years representing and booking comedians for live engagements, TV and film deals, and digital integrations. Taylor has consulted for both major talent and brands, working on deals with artists such as Dave Chappelle and Jamie Foxx, and consulting brands like AT&T and Wilson Sporting Goods. He is now based in LA, where you can find him throwing up the occasional 3-pointer at the local courts.
Self proclaimed funny man, Jon has spent the last 5 years working mostly with NFL athletes helping them grow their brands off the field. You can find his name on the cover of the children’s book ‘Kayvon Webster’s Dictionary’, a project which he describes as “jovial”. He thrives while working with creatives, and always makes sure the team never takes themselves too seriously.
Currently a recovering Kanye-stan, Chris spent the last eight years working his way through Red Bull’s marketing team doing everything from launching new products at 6 am to PHX golfers to throwing wrestling-inspired concerts in SF. On the side, he’s launched an almost viral Tiktok account and threw a couple of flea-market-inspired sports parties that ended up on the news. When not working, you can often find Chris talking about the Phoenix Suns to anyone who will listen or being overexcited about some obscure thing on Twitter.