Adam Strasberg is a Creative Director at Bully Pulpit Interactive. He has worked in political media for over 20 years, mastering the art of persuasive communications with the goal of creating social change. He built a reputation as a creative thinker with a talent for strategy, an ear for language, and an ability to bring out the best in those around him.
Adam worked at Shrum Devine Donilon for three years before leaving to start his own production company. Eventually, he founded and ran his own political consulting firm, RSH Campaigns.
He has worked and consulted for clients big and small. Adam has made ads for the U.S. Presidential campaign Kerry for President and Sanders for President and developed the strategy for Prime Minister’s races in three continents. He has produced commercials for more than a dozen Senate races including for Jack Reed and Bernie Sanders. He has strategized, written speeches, and directed ads for countless campaigns for Congress and local elections across half the states. He has also worked for diverse corporate, issue, and nonprofit clients, from SEIU to the Sierra Club to the National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA).
Adam has won several awards for his work, including Pollies, a Communicator, Tellys, and even an International Labor Communications Association award. His ad in 2014 for Brett Smiley for Mayor received national attention in publications including Slate Magazine, The Washington Post, and the Daily Kos, with pundits calling it “very creative," “a text book example," and “one of the most unique we’ve seen in years.” It won awards for best ad, best use of humor, best copywriting, and best directing.
He attended NYU's graduate film school and has an undergraduate degree from Brown University.