Juliet Blake, President of Television, Jim Henson Company, Producer: “The Hundred-Foot Journey
“I'm absolutely delighted to write a recommendation for Ed Eyth, one of the most creative brains I have had the pleasure of working with. Our paths first crossed at the Jim Henson Company where I was President of Television and Ed was Head of Creative, which involved everything from developing new Muppet characters to the creative direction of the company through all aspects from branding, digital, design strategy and creative problem solving.
Over the years since then I have often worked with Ed and consulted with him on projects where I've needed a really trustworthy creative brain who always delivers on time and without any drama.
Ed is also the most marvelous teacher and sculptor, but his true gift is in his ability to deliver creative content across all media and set a creative direction and really deliver content to support it from start to finish.
If you want any more praise for Ed just call me.”
Michael Polis, Founder - Atomic Toybox Entertainment, former CEO, Wildbrain Entertainment
“Over the course of our 15 year relationship, Ed has been a consistent partner in communication, brand development and project strategies. Whatever the challenge his creativity, experience and positive attitude combine to provide unique ideas that inspire teams. He’s a collaborator, educator and consistent force through implementation in a variety of media. He’s my first choice for any creative project I’m working on.”
David Steven Cohen, Emmy-winning writer/producer. Pee-wee's Playhouse; Strangers With Candy; Head Writer: Courage the Cowardly Dog
“Ed is an extraordinarily gifted artist and a treasured colleague. He brings humanity and insight to his work and his relationships. His many talents include a rare ability to combine the abstractions of personal creativity with a keen sense of collaboration and professionalism. Ed, like his art, is inspired and inspiring.”