Davenport Discussion: "The 'Creepy Uncle Sam' Viral Video: How Political Communications Is Changing"

March 26, 2015  | 1 min read

Justin Folk, cofounder and director/producer of Madison McQueen, a boutique advertising agency and production company that specializes in promoting the ideas of liberty and economic freedom, will be speaking about messaging in the political and policy arena on March 31, 2015, at noon, in SPP 179. Folk's lecture, "The 'Creepy Uncle Sam' Viral Video: How Political Communications Is Changing" is part of the Davenport Discussion Series hosted by the School of Public Policy's Davenport Institute for Public Engagement and Civic Leadership. Folk worked in the film and television industry for nearly a decade with production credits that include "The Matrix" sequels and "The Incredible Hulk." Seeking to use his creative abilities in the political and policy arena and bringing better messaging to causes that are important to him, Folk cofounded Madison McQueen in 2012.

For more information, contact Ashley Trim at 310.506.6878. A light lunch will be served.