Video agency Hayden5 has brought on Brandon Lingle as an Account Manager, working out of its Los Angeles office. 

With over a decade of experience in production, he fuses a diverse background in producing experiential marketing, branded content, and reality television with a passion for joining the right puzzle pieces to bring an idea to life. He has produced dynamic integrated and interactive campaigns for clients including Intel, Cheerio’s, and Arrowhead Water, as well as impact-driven work including producing an adaptive fashion show for New York Fashion Week for The Runway of Dreams Foundation to celebrate people’s differences, break down stereotypes and empower people with disabilities with confidence, independence, and style.

Notes Lingle, “Not only does Hayden5 have such an impressive body of work, but the talent that they have put together has coalesced to become such a special community that I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to be a part of. Everyone is incredibly authentic and passionate about the work that they are creating.”

Adds Hayden5 Director of Accounts Sara Beamish, "Brandon has been a great addition to the team. His wealth of knowledge in both production and post, combined with his positive upbeat energy, has been a synergistic addition to our West Coast Team."

Kansas City-born Lingle made his way out to Los Angeles in 2011 and landed a gig as a development intern. Eager to learn about every aspect of production, he sought opportunities on a wide range of projects and became immersed in reality television production, spending two years as a travel and production coordinator for top franchises including The Bachelor and America’s Next Top Model. In 2015, he accepted an opportunity to transition into the branded content, taking a role as Brand Content & Entertainment Producer at VIMBY. 

He spent five plus years with the boutique agency, wearing multiple hats to bridge both production and account management, working alongside clients and building teams for projects of all scopes and sizes. While there, he produced a dazzling drone light show for Warner Bros Home Entertainment and Intel that lit up the sky above Dodger Stadium with the iconic Wonder Woman emblem. In 2021, he stepped more deliberately into the experiential space, taking on a Producer role at Revolution Marketing, producing brand activations at tent pole music festivals across the country.

Outside of productions, Lingle enjoys spending his time enjoying the outdoors, staying active, and finding inspiration through all the world has to offer.