Daniel Barrocas

Lost Dog Films is a film and video production company that develops and produces a wide variety of projects for TV, online and other media. Founded in 1990 and based in Miami, Florida, Lost Dog Films is headed by Daniel Barrocas, an award-winning director/cinematographer with more than 25 years of experience. His creativity, expertise and longevity in the production industry have made him a much sought-after cinematographer.

Lost Dog Films’ work includes television commercials, music videos, corporate videos and long-form documentaries. The company prides itself on its versatility, technology and quality in every one of its projects.

Mike Giambattista

Mike and Daniel have been collaborating on creative projects for more than 20 years. Mike’s career has spanned the worlds of sales, marketing & advertising, and project management having led, managed, or in some way guided growth strategies for entities as diverse as Media & Publishing to Banking & Financial Institutions to Commercial Real Estate and Yachting.

In 2004 Mike launched Brightwork / Rankster as a direct marketing consultancy with a focus on the non-profit, media and yachting sectors. Within 12 months the company had acquired a stable of regional and national clients including Medi-Share, a national non-profit healthcare concern, The Miami Herald and others, and was engaged in consulting relationships for BankUnited, Marriott, One & Only Resorts, and OM Ships.

Bill Whiddon

Over the years, Bill has developed award-winning creative campaigns for a variety of clients.  From beverage to financial to Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper campaigns. While working in the day-to-day world of advertising and marketing, he also took time to teach advertising/design courses at Southwest Texas State University from 1983-85 and at the University of Miami Fine Art Department from 1992-94.
 
He’s spent many hours sitting across conference tables from clients, listening, understanding and developing creative solutions.  And years working with copywriters, art directors, graphic and web designers, recording studios and film producers to develop the kind of break-through ad campaigns that create brand awareness, move products and makes consumers sit up and pay attention.