Sylvia launched V3, Anonymous Content’s integrated media division for emerging talent and soon after garnered the “Young Director Award” at the Cannes International Advertising Festival. Partnering with Al Gore’s Live Earth Foundation to create “Carbon Crisis,” she brought this award-winning digital short series to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival.
An advertising content producer, Sylvia has also received the highest ad industry honors including ANDY, AICP, Art Director’s Club, Cannes, CA Advertising Annual, Clio Awards, D&AD, London International, and One Show.
Sylvia has overseen +$300 Million in worldwide production for hundreds of consumer brands - including 40 of the current Fortune 50. Along the way, Sylvia has used commercials and short films to help start-ups and household names alike tell their story across media platforms, including broadcast, digital, mobile, experiential, and cinema.
From producing iconic vehicles such as AmEx’s original Seinfeld campaign to AT&T’s integrated “Love is Changing History” campaign—in partnership with The Trevor Project, driving audiences to action is a part of Sylvia’s professional DNA.
It is her father’s family’s holocaust experience inspired the story of “Framed.” The intent of this short film is to open a global dialog about how we are all individually responsible to speak out against injustice and remind the world that when one witnesses an injustice – yet remains silent – then we are perpetrating that injustice.