Not content with working all day, digital marketing firm owner uses his family to achieve the new American Dream of “going viral.”
When most people get home from work, they kick off their shoes, have dinner, and watch some TV, to get a break from the workday. But Jesse Wroblewski, a Long Island Ad Exec grabs his family, and some props, and creates quirky viral videos.
“Going viral” has become the new American Dream. A clip of a child going to the dentist, opening a Christmas present, or even biting a sibling can now snowball into fame and fortune.
Wroblewski has made several fun video projects with his family and friends, but his most recent effort, a spoof of Stanley Kubrick’s classic film “The Shining” has recently caught on with the masses:
The video, a somewhat family friendly mock-80’s style commercial for a “The Shining” board game (also created by Wroblewski) has now been featured on websites such as “Indie Wire,” “Birth, Movies, Death” and “Bloody Disgusting,” to name a few.
“Suddenly,” continues Wroblewski, “people are subscribing to my YouTube channel, and kids are showing up at my door asking to play the game, it’s amazing!”
Jesse Wroblewski is the founder and “Lead Attention Seeker” at the Long Island Digital Marketing Agency Generations Beyond.