DUMBO Innovators Meet Up: FakeLove

The DUMBO Innovators Meet-Up is a new monthly series from the DUMBO BID and the Made in NY Media Center by IFP, highlighting innovative companies right here in our own neighborhood. DUMBO has long been home to individuals and companies with equal parts creativity and business acumen. Each month, we’ll be shining a spotlight on the vanguard, cutting edge companies and people who call DUMBO their home. During a brief moderated discussion, industry leaders in storytelling, media, and tech will share their philosophy around innovation: what it means for their company, and how to approach innovation in business as well as in life.

With CCO/Co-Founder Layne Braunstein

6:15 PM – 7:00 PM: Networking
7:00 PM – 7:30 PM: Q&A discussion with Layne Braunstein
7:30 PM – 8:15 PM: Networking

Complimentary beer will be provided courtesy of Brooklyn Brewery.


About FAKE LOVE and Layne Braunstein:
Formed in 2011, and now part of the New York Times, Fake Love is a pioneering innovative experiential design agency, crafting award-winning work that creates real emotional connections. As co-founder and CCO at Fake Love, Layne Braunstein is an award-winning creative known for his focus on experimental motion design and post-digital storytelling, leading a world-class team of creatives that include designers, technologists, fine artists, and collaborators. Fake Love and Layne have led groundbreaking global campaigns for brands such as Google, Levis, Microsoft, Virgin, Amex, M·A·C, Air Force, Marc Jacobs, Bacardi, Lexus, Coke, MTV, Samsung, Heineken, Universal, Acura, VICE, The New York Times, and Nike. Fake Love is the recent recipient of the Adage Small Agency of the Year NE. Other awards include the 2016 Gold Clio for Experiential in Music, 7 Cannes Lions, including a Cannes Lion Grand Prix, as well as a Golden Pencil One Show award. Layne lives and works in DUMBO.