Lennon Barnica and Boulder Production + Post House Wild Manor Go Indie

Lennon Barnica, a Boulder, Colorado native, video production veteran and all-around solid individual, has launched a new, independent company called Wild Manor — a video and editorial house based at 2232 Pearl Street in Boulder. The company specializes in the commercial production of content for television and the web, with […]

Lennon Barnica, a Boulder, Colorado native, video production veteran and all-around solid individual, has launched a new, independent company called Wild Manor — a video and editorial house based at 2232 Pearl Street in Boulder. The company specializes in the commercial production of content for television and the web, with services including production and offline editorial, as well  finishing offered with remote partners like Co3, MPC and Lime Studios.

Lennon began her career in production as an intern at Plus Productions — the in-house editorial arm of Crispin Porter + Bogusky. Over the decade that followed, she was instrumental in growing the company financially, as well as expanding its scope to include clients and agencies outside the MDC Partners network. Beginning October 1, 2020, Lennon forged out on her own — creating a new company, Wild Manor.

Lennon and her team have produced work for global brands, including McDonald’s, Dominos, Ford, American Airlines, HomeAdvisor, Patagonia, Fruit of the Loom, Hotels.com, Infinity, Under Armor and Vega, as well as musical talent Solange, and Colorado companies like First Bank, Odell Brewing Company, Colorado Lottery, Noodles & Company and CCRM. 

We wish Lennon and her crew great success in this exciting new endeavor. 

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