Gregory Cohen is the president and a founding partner of UVLD. He brings a theatrical background to large-scale corporate events and combines the use of technology with a consistent on-camera aesthetic. Never sacrificing the live show for what goes to the records, he is keenly aware of the visual components that make up flawless execution. Cohen understands that client relationships are paramount to the continued success of UVLD, and he manages the day-to-day operations of the firm as well as designing many projects, both large and not-as-large.
Selected projects, by industry:
Automotive: National dealer meetings for Honda, Honda Motorcycle, Hyundai, Kia, Mercedes, Mini, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Volvo. Autoshow press for Acura, Audi, Chrysler, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Mitsubishi, Toyota.
Broadcast: NHL AllStar Game 2017, President Obama at Cooper Union for the White House Communications Office, Christmas in Rockefeller Center.
Consumer and Hospitality: National sales meetings for Coca-Cola, Lennox, Avon, IHG, Isagenix, Office Depot, Staples, Advanced Auto Parts, Sherwin Williams, Seagram’s.
Financial: Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, Merrill Lynch, Deloitte, KPMG, Wells Fargo.
Installation: Build-outs of Top of the Rock and 620 5th Avenue in Rockefeller Center, architectural consulting for Irish Repertory Theatre, renovation of Park Avenue Armory.
Pharma: Launches and sales meetings for AstraZeneca, Berlex, BMS, Forest, Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Novartis, Novo Nordisk, Pfizer, Schering, Shire.
Technology: AOL, AT&T, Cadence, Cisco, Citrix, IBM, Intel, Oracle, Microsoft, SAP, Sun.
Tradeshow: Avid, CA, Canon, Chrysler, Mentor Graphics, SAP, Toyota.
Upfronts: Cartoon Network, CBS Interactive, Discovery, ESPN, G4, Hulu, Lifetime, Martha Stewart, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr, the WB, VH1, Weather Channel.
Greg graduated from Oberlin College with a degree in Theater and a minor in Soviet Politics. He is a member of United Scenic Artists Local 829. He is an avid runner and is happy to brag about his aging personal record of a 3:14 marathon. As a native New Yorker, he would never toast a bagel.