Luanne Dietz, a three-time Emmy Award winner and former Amazon content leader, has joined Evolve Studios as vice president of branded content. In the newly created role, Dietz will reach audiences through short and long-form films as well as brand partnerships and intentional brand campaigns.
At Amazon, Dietz was head of content strategy for The Climate Pledge. He also worked at Starbucks as director of human-centered video storytelling and visual story master. Dietz was hired as the first director at CNN to lead the video game and entertainment industry content teams for its brand studio Brave.
The Emmy Award winner and Cannes Lion recipient brings more than 15 years of experience in film production and development as well as experiential and custom content. He has worked in various roles from camera operator to editor to executive producer and director.
“Louen brings a unique perspective based on his experience working as both a film director and corporate executive,” commented Joel Edwards, president and executive producer of Evolve Studios. “Her ability to combine creative and strategy with Evolve’s cinematic storytelling across multiple formats and genres creates an unprecedented opportunity for our brand partners.”
Evolve Studios is an independent full-service production studio in Nashville, Tenn. that creates feature films, documentaries, episodic series, trailers, branded storytelling, digital films, promotions and experiential content. Evolve has won six Emmys and received more than 50 nominations and works to unite cultures through storytelling.
“Evolve’s approach to branded content is rooted in creative problem solving. We’re excited to team up with brands who aren’t afraid to dream big. We believe that every brand has a unique story and it’s our job to find it.” says Dietz. “Joining Evolve feels like I’m back in college, hiding in a dark room with friends, only now, we have experience, and hone our talents. done.”