LOS ANGELES, USA // Jordan Park Peed is the Executive Vice President of International Creative Advertising and Marketing for Paramount Pictures. In his current role, he leads over 60 countries in the creation of their creative campaigns.
Park Peed joined Paramount in 2008 as Vice President of Creative Advertising. He was promoted to Senior Vice President of International Creative Advertising in 2012.
In that role, he spearheaded the creation of the Los Angeles based International Creative and Servicing team at Paramount. Park Peed has been instrumental in the success of a number of international marketing campaigns, including, among many others, Mission: Impossible Fallout, the highest grossing film in the franchise, as well as A Quiet Place, the sixth biggest grossing horror film of all time.
Park Peed has lead many innovative projects including China-specific campaigns for films such as Transformers, Age of Extinction, which broke Avatar’s record as the highest-grossing film of all time in China in 2014.
He has worked on numerous hit films including How to Train Your Dragon, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Star Trek: Into Darkness, GI Joe, Kung Fu Panda 2, Daddy’s Home, Flight and the Transformers and Paranormal Activity franchises. He is responsible for the development of a number of award-winning campaigns, including the standee for Terminator Genysis and the Bumblebee interactive standee, for which he was awarded a Grand Clio.
Prior to his work at Paramount Pictures, Park Peed was a Director of Creative Advertising at Universal Pictures where he worked on campaigns for Wanted, American Gangster, The Bourne Ultimatum, Friday Night Lights and the Fast and Furious Franchise.
Park Peed was recognized in 2016 as a New Leader in Film by Variety. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, from which he earned Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration.