Mark Warshaw

Mark Warshaw is a Founding Partner and President of Bureau of Magic (BoM) which developed and executive produced the series “Lost in Oz,” a seven-time Emmy-Award® Nominee and three-time winner, including Outstanding Animated Children’s Program. BoM creates and produces signature animated and live action entertainment for the whole family and is currently developing series with Paramount TV Studios, Universal Television Alternative Studios, Leonardo DiCaprio’s Appian Way, Jimmy Fallon’s Electric Hot Dog, Patrick Somerville’s Tractor Beam and Nike’s Waffle Iron Entertainment. Prior to forming BoM, Mark co-founded The Alchemists Transmedia Storytelling Co. which co-developed and executive produced the Emmy® Nominated Hulu series “East Los High.” As an Alchemist, he co-created the global storytelling policy for The Coca-Cola Company in addition to creating storytelling initiatives for several of their brands. Warshaw also co-created and produced the first two seasons of the Emmy® Award Winning transmedia experience for the NBC TV series “Heroes” and wrote, produced and directed on the WB TV/CW series “Smallville,” where he also created and produced the show’s original transmedia experience. Warshaw lectures on streaming entertainment and franchise transmedia storytelling all over the world at universities including USC, MIT, UCLA, University of Georgia, Baltic Film and Media School in Estonia and Shanghai Tech University. He also consults for non-profits and Fortune 500 companies including The NFL, The Coca-Cola Company, Mattel, Warner Bros., Blizzard Entertainment and the US Department of State.