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Two years ago, we reimagined 2C as 2C 2.0 – A Creative Collective.

Our boutique agency approach curates exceptional talent with the experience and know-how uniquely suited for your projects. #Team2C’s band of creatives includes agency staffers, former network creatives, independent artists, and more. We know what our clients need because we’ve been the clients.

Our goal is to be your out-of-house, in-house team – the agency you trust the most to do what we do best: A/V for any screen. Our focus on content, craft, and process is unmatched, and we are excited to take your ideas to the next level.

During these two years, we’ve remained a leader in entertainment marketing with clients among the most well-known in the world including A+E Networks, CNN, Disney+, Discovery, HGTV, Lifetime, National Geographic Channel, Nickelodeon, NBC Sports, NBC Universal, NFL Network, Oxygen, TBS, and TNT.

Are you ready to see what a creative collective can do?




2C Creative | Oxygen Heads To The ATL For Real Murders





Miami-based creative agency 2C 2.0 takes viewers on a tour of Atlanta while introducing them to Oxygen’s latest true-crime seres, The Real Murders of Atlanta.

In the nearly six-minute sneak peek featurette, viewers visit with Drew Sidora, one of the stars of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Atlanta, who discusses the current state of the Southern city. The featurette is hosted by correspondent Stephanie Gomulka, who talks with several denizens of the city.

“Atlanta [has] been carrying the torch of what change looks like in our Black culture. I mean, from politics to music to entertainment, [we’re] the epicenter,” says Sidora in the piece. “There has been a lot of lost hope, and so emotional instability is real. And now, instead of us being able to uplift one another, we are very critical of one another. [We] are hurting as a community and we’re crying out through violence.”

With this series’ focus on Atlanta, Oxygen aims to draw back the curtain on one of the U.S.’ more unique cultural meccas.

“Recent headlines have been a reminder that the media hyper-focuses on a certain type of victim. We want to tell the stories of Black victims and hear from their families,” said Oxygen Creative Director Andrew Killoy in a statement. “This is an opportunity to tell those untold stories to an audience that wants to see justice for all.”

“We’re always excited to take on new projects with Oxygen,” said 2C 2.0 President and Owner Chris Sloan, also in a statement. “They set the industry standard for true-crime storytelling, and with series like The Real Murders of Atlanta, they’re not only raising that standard in delivering stories for a more diverse and representative audience, but also giving us an opportunity to collaborate on something really cool.”

New episodes of The Real Murders of Atlanta air Sundays at 8/7 c on Oxygen.


Network: Oxygen Media

SVP, Creative: Jeff Blackman

Senior Creative Director: Yanik Archer

Creative Director: Andrew Killoy

Creative Director: Jamie Slomski

Project Manager: Debra Mower

Editorial Director: Gina Pace

Design Director: Travis Spangler

Designer: Marina Antonowicz

Editor, Marketing: Jason Kichline

Associate Producer: Aya Takahara

Featurette Host: Stephanie Gomulka

Audio Mixer: Jon Dickson

Agency: 2C 2.0

President/Owner: Chris Sloan

VP of Operations: Bob Cobb

Creative Director: Samantha Storey

Video Editor: Jesus Martinez



Set to original spoken-word performance from America’s Got Talent winner Brandon Leake, the above :30 celebrates the heroes that unite, educate, entertain and empower both during February’s Black History Month as well as all year long.

To help bring director Fred Bumaye’s vision to life, the team at Miami-based creative agency 2C edited together multiple video streams which were projected live during Leake’s performance. With only a few days to complete post on the :30 and :15 cutdown, 2C provided creative direction, editing, color-correction, sound mixing and finishing.

“The team at NBCU had a very clear idea of how they wanted to celebrate Black History Month, and it was an honor to help bring that vision to life, from early conceptual explorations through to the final, inspirational spots,” said Alex Terapane, creative director, 2C.


Client: NBCUniversal

Senior Vice President, Creative, NBCU Cable Entertainment: Jeff Blackman

SVP Creative, NBC Entertainment: Tracy Grandstaff

VP Design, Cable Entertainment: Calvin Chu

VP, Shoots Production: Kristin Wygal

Senior Executive Producer, Shoots: Mike Pinho

Senior Creative Director, Creative Lead: Yanik Archer

Senior Project Manager, Project Lead: Lauren Wynter

Talent Producer: Kat Widden

Associate Writer: Ebony Coles

Producer: Kristy Hasen

Senior Designer: Gary Claire

Designer: Leona Lee

Production Company: Assembly Films

Director: Fred Bumaye

Agency: 2C

Executive Creative Director: Chris Sloan

VP of Operations: Bob Cobb

Creative Director: Alex Terapane

Editor: Darwin Phillips


Audio Engineer: Cesar Haliwa

Colorist: Dmitri Zavyazkin