Noah is the founder and CEO of Creative Mobile Solutions Inc. He founded CMSI in 2008 with the idea that customers deserve custom-crafted solutions to accomplish their individualized goals, bringing that unique experience for his clients. Throughout his career, he has bridged the gap between production and IT, providing reliable, tightly integrated systems and cost-saving solutions. Over the years, he’s enjoyed working on everything from episodic, scripted, and reality TV to features, sports, concerts, music festivals, and award shows. He enjoys the variety of working one week on award shows like the ESPYs and the BET Awards, and the next on live sporting events including the Little League World Series and the Super Bowl. He is a graduate of Emerson College. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two sons, and is especially proud of his 2009 North Hollywood Roller Hockey League “Most Accurate Shooter Award.”
Scott specializes in the integration and design of tapeless workflow from acquisition to post, and has designed, implemented, and successfully managed systems for ESPN, CBS, and Turner Sports, to name a few. He was awarded an Emmy for his work as a Media Manager during NBC’s broadcast of 2012 Summer Olympics in London. He also has a great deal of experience with remote technical support, enabling technicians to assist clients on location at any hour. He emphasizes quality control and maintenance, and enjoys collaborating with other creative and technical professionals to develop reliable, scalable, and cost-effective solutions. Scott is married, has two dogs, is a bit of a coffee snob, and expects the Supersonics to return any day now.
Mike is a team member at Creative Mobile Solutions. After earning his associate’s degree in TV/Film production from SBCC’s School of Media Arts, Mike moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in post-production. Mike hails from beautiful Santa Barbara where he was the drummer for the post-punk alt-rock band Disaster Agents. A proud proponent of the philosophy, “If it works…take it apart and find out why”, Mike found a good home at CMSI in Westlake Village. He knows from experience that happy employees make happy clients.
Frank manages business development, business & legal affairs and creation of original content for Creative Mobile Solutions. He has worked as both a producer and as an entertainment lawyer on numerous television, film and digital media projects. Prior to working in private practice as an entertainment attorney, Frank worked as an in-house executive for various entertainment corporations including The Walt Disney Company, DreamWorks, Fox Family Worldwide and Saban Entertainment. In addition to coaching baseball, Frank enjoys hiking and traveling with his wife and 3 sons. He also (mostly) doesn’t mind taking care of the family’s 170-pound Alpine Mastiff.
Dave joined the Creative Mobile Solutions team in 2014, bringing with him an extensive background preparing and installing computer systems. That experience, combined with his attention to detail and strong organizational skills, makes him an ace at managing the operations and logistics department. There are three things he truly loves about working in broadcast: bringing order to chaos, high-pressure problem-solving, and going back to the catering tent for a second helping of dessert.
Growing up in Texas, where sports, broadcast, and hard work are abundant, Mandi carried that background to Los Angeles where she worked at Clair Broadcast and Bexel, handling high end technological logistics, and ensuring that the right equipment arrived precisely when needed. She joined CMSI’s team in 2016 to help facilitate CMSI’s expansion. Mandi’s strong project management and organizational skills make her ideal as CMSI’s Operations Manager. When Mandi is not at working, she can be found at a music festival or feeding her gigantic 17.4 pound Maine Coon, Cal.
Ryan has been involved in the design, support, and execution of both live production systems and post-production media systems since 2015, when he graduated from the New England School of Communications. As a field support engineer for broadcast technology leader EVS, Ryan gained experience working on events ranging from local news to the Olympics. He adapts quickly, bringing solutions to events of any scale. When Ryan finds himself with spare time, he enjoys riding his Honda Shadow and traveling.