Serving up full-spectrum creative in Venice, CA — copywriting; branding; web development, coding, publishing and consultation; video production and editing; graphic design; editorial writing; and music composition — since before its unfortunate christening as Silicon Beach.
Our clients have included Fenty/PUMA, Smuggler LA, Cheezburger, Yahoo NEWS and Gill Foundation among many others.
Fired by the serial arts & letters promiscuity of founder Brad Miskell, Speedway Venice staffs up with specialists from its roster of longtime collaborators as projects dictate.
Brad’s misspent youth includes stints on Bway — The Mystery of Edwin Drood (original cast, Tony-winning Best Musical); in world tours — Duke Ellington’s Sophisticated Ladies; off-Bway — The American Dance Machine; on celluloid — Columbia Pictures’ A Chorus Line; and the boob tube — Best of Bway Dances (Showtime); and in music vids for artists including Nile Rodgers, Def Lepard and Jim Steinman… Brad regularly played legendary NY clubs incl CBGB and Bleeker Street’s Bitter End in the early ’90s. His artworks have appeared in major shows at international institutions incl MOMA (NYC Museum of Modern Art), The Wexner Center, Yale Art Gallery, Museum Boijmans. He’s written under contract for publications incl The New York Times, Ladies Home Journal, Artnet Magazine, POS and more. In 2007, he created and hosted the “sojo” series Yahoo News! Underground. His music has appeared in movies and TV in Karate Kid 3 and Showtime’s House of Lies.