Camp Lucky expands its creative post talent with the addition of Flame Artist Artie Peña. Artie’s work effortlessly spans many genres and includes long and short-form branded content, television series and film. His dynamic flare shines in collaborations with Samsung, Universal Studios, Chick-fil-A, Tito’s Vodka, American Airlines, HGTV, and Amazon.
“When we were expanding our finishing roster, the word on the street was that Artie was the artist we could grow with, and that checks out,” says Camp Lucky Partner Tim Nagle. “His talent, dedication, work ethic, and values are perfectly aligned with the Camp Lucky mission. Artie’s communication skills and technical knowledge are a rare find that sets every client up for success. We are honored to have Artie represent Camp Lucky in the Flame Suite.”
“Camp Lucky’s growing diversity of work really speaks to me,” comments Artie. “Their focus and experience in entertainment and branded content provides the opportunity to continue to explore my interest in both short- form and long-form projects. Add to that the fact that everyone I have spoken with regards Camp Lucky so highly – joining this collective of like-minded individuals just feels right.”
Artie Peña first gained industry experience while working at Click3X in New York City, which is where the magic of Flame first caught his attention. After gaining valuable knowledge on the east coast, Peña returned to his native Texas to start a long tenure in the editorial department at CharlieUniformTango, quickly becoming a highly sought after Flame Artist. His passion for artistic solutions and resourcefulness in service of putting the best on screen, have earned Artie loyal clients and industry appreciation.
“For me, being able to execute what a client envisions is everything, and I love the challenge of guiding the process as a creative problem solver,” shares Peña. “I truly treasure fostering relationships with clients and it’s a privilege to be able to deliver something they care so deeply for.”