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Casey Swircz joins Harbor as senior producer, Commercial

Feb 16, 2021

In a move that further enhances its growing presence in Chicago, Harbor has hired Casey Swircz in the role of senior producer, Commercial. She joins the Harbor team after building a successful career as a freelance producer with Carbon and The Mill. She will oversee all post-production; creative editorial, conform, colour, sound, and VO operations for Harbor out of Chicago. Her role is central to providing clients with talent local to Chicago, as well as the global artistry offering that Harbor is known for.

With over 15 years’ experience, Swircz handles and executes large-scale projects across multiple platforms with top agencies in Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York. She has collaborated with major brands including, Capital One, Firestone, Nintendo, Corona, Porsche, State Farm, McDonald’s, Toyota, Allstate, Cheez-It, Bank of America, and has generated award-winning campaigns such as the Clio-winning ‘Ben’s Glasses’ for Pearle Vision, and Jeep’s ‘Recalculating’ global campaign.

Ben’s Glasses

Commenting on Casey’s appointment, founder and CEO Zak Tucker said: “I am so grateful that Casey chose to join our team. It has long been our goal to bring something special to Chicago and of Chicago, worthy of its tradition of exceptional creative. That, of course, starts with exceptional people. Having produced Post and VFX for Chicago’s top shops, serving A-List brand clients, Casey comes to Harbor with proven expertise and solid relationships built on trust. Casey will now be able to draw upon Chicago talent as well as tap artistry and resources at Harbor NY, Harbor LA, and Harbor, London as productions scale and require global support in service of our clients.”

Jeep’s ‘Recalculating’ campaign

Commenting on her move to Harbor, Casey said: “Joining Harbor has increased my passion for this industry. From the projects to the artists, Harbor produces top tier work. I’m thrilled to be a part of this powerhouse and be given the opportunity to build the Chicago team.”

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