Chris is from Minnesota, so you might think that makes him "nice," but that's where you'd be wrong. He parks in handicapped spots and always takes too much food at the buffet. His sketchy past includes time at Fallon working on United Airlines and BMW, followed by the Wieden + Kennedy years and a little brand called Nike. Today, Chris thinks he runs Zambezi, but he's really just a slave to the commands of his Gary Busey bobblehead doll. He's also a fool for his lovely children Madeleine and Finn.
Brian was raised by a pack of vegetarian wolves in the forests of Oregon. Once he learned to wear clothes and speak with both consonants and vowels, Brian landed a job at Wieden and Kennedy, where he worked as a copywriter for nearly a decade on brands like Nike, Miller High Life, Starbucks and Amazon. His she-wolf mom has some of Brian's best work on her wolf-fridge at home, including campaigns like "The LeBrons" and "We are all Witnesses." Brian is the creative hypothalamus of Zambezi, which means his desk is located in a worm hole that connects multiple dimensions. You have been warned.