Single Grain is a leading digital marketing agency based in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Our client list includes powerful Fortune 500 companies to up and coming VC-backed startups. Our team members have been both on the in-house and agency side of things so we know our clients’ exact pain points. Having been burnt in the past by agencies that made empty promises, we’re completely focused on transforming the take on agencies and most importantly: how we can bring more revenue for our clients.
Eric has helped grow various Fortune 500 companies and venture backed startups. He also interviews entrepreneurs about their journey on his blog, Growth Everywhere. He spends his free time facepalming while watching USC football.
Suzanne is an industry leading Digital, Content Strategy and Content Marketing Strategist. During her 16 year career, she has driven content strategy and marketing for brands such as MGM, Yahoo!, AT&T, Toyota, Intel, Cisco, Sony, Scottrade, POM Wonderful, Fiji Water, California Psychics, AVG, The Hollywood Reporter, and Spin Media.
Tom is a fiercely passionate entrepreneur and marketer. When he’s not busy nerding out about digital marketing he likes going to electronic music festivals, lifting heavy objects, and plotting to take over the world. Tom also aspires to be a space pirate one day.
Jason’s imagination peaks at off peak hours. Martial arts is the greatest form of self expression. Chips and guacamole are his demise and he will always believe that being an astronaut is the greatest job in the world.
Mike Bal is the Director of Social Media at Single Grain. He’s a former boxer, break dancer and long-time Batman enthusiast. He spends WAY too much time on social media and has an uncontrollable addiction to coffee… and cookies.
Alice is one of the Paid Advertising Managers at Single Grain. During her free time she likes to travel around the world and immerse herself in other cultures. Some of the destinations on her travel bucket list are Dubai, Czech Republic, Sweden, Maldives and Palau.
While not in the office, Matt enjoys hiking the sunny Southern California mountains and watching his beloved Patriots accrue consistent double-digit winning records.
Ryan Capriccio is an Account Executive at Single Grain. He’s a fitness nut that enjoys boxing, olympic lifting, and sword fighting. If he’s not crossing blades with a sparring partner, Ryan is often caught on-stage doing standup or improvisational comedy.
Brandi is a Creative Content Specialist at Single Grain who has sadly never outgrown her childhood dream of being in the circus. She spends most of her free time standing on other humans, walking around on her hands and practicing fun albeit often hazardous acrobatic moves.
When Evy is not glued to her screen working on fun SEO stuff, you can find her enjoying the sunny California weather with her dog. She also loves to travel and have experienced living in three different countries.
Josh Fisher is a Social Media and Promotions Specialist. He’s been on the popular daytime television game show “Price Is Right”, where he won the chance to play again. He indulges himself with coffee, fine cinematic movies, and day dreaming.
Matt lives in Denver and got his economics degree from the nearby University of Colorado in Boulder. Now, he spends most his free time discovering new local breweries, attending concerts, or perfecting the recipe for the perfect mac and cheese.
Rikimah spends almost all of her time thinking about her next international destination as well as keeping up current trends around international diplomacy. She has a deep passion for her work in business infrastructure and absolutely loves finance/accounting!
Tyler Johnson is a Social Media and Promotions Specialist at Single Grain. He’s an avid musician, golfer, and wearer of black clothing. He listens to an extremely diverse selection of music and absolutely hates cold weather.
Wells spends a great deal of time throughout the year cringing over fantasy sports. He spends way too much time watching movies, and it has led to the development of a very bad Forrest Gump impression.