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BODEGA Studios Names Jordan Tarazi as New Head of Production

Over the last seven years, Jordan has collaborated on over 30 BODEGA projects as Producer and 1st Assistant Director

BODEGA Studios Names Jordan Tarazi as New Head of Production

New York/San Francisco-based content creation/production company BODEGA continues its recent expansion by bringing on Jordan Tarazi as Head of Integrated Production.  Jordan’s addition follows the 2017 launch of BODEGA Animation. Over the last seven years, Tarazi has collaborated on over 30 BODEGA projects, both as Producer and 1st Assistant Director, including spots for Allstate, IZOD, LG, TJ Maxx, and network assignments for CBS, HBO, USA, Food and NBC Universal.

“Our business is growing and our ‘production through post’ model is blessed to have someone with Jordan’s depth of experience.   He just ‘gets production’ and his determination and attention to detail are incredible assets to our directors, agency and brand clients, as well as our robust in-house team,” says Executive Producer/Partner Clint Goldman.

Jordan’s prior experience includes five years as an EP for New York based Still Films and over two decades of freelance commercial, film, print, digital, social and broadcast production experience.  Jordan will oversee all aspects of production out of BODEGA’s San Francisco office and their 15,000-square foot Chelsea, NYC studio.

“I’ve produced content for production companies, advertising agencies, brands and networks,” notes Tarazi, “and it’s been enlightening to embrace BODEGA’s streamlined process, fostering start to finish projects under one roof. It just makes it easy for our clients to get the work done.”

Jordan’s recent assignments at BODEGA include a Lean Cuisine campaign for Grey NY, an IZOD brand campaign for PVH, broadcast assignments for HBO’s Two Dope Queens and NBC’s TODAY, as well as digital content for Under Armour.