Director and Co-Founder, Invisible Collective

Justin Polk, a celebrated director and co-founder of the trailblazing creative production company Invisible Collective, is renowned for his dynamic storytelling and creative vision. Whether it's sports, art, comedy, visual storytelling, or documentaries, Justin navigates diverse genres with ease, consistently delivering impactful content for clients like Amazon, Major League Baseball, and Verizon. His commitment to highlighting significant stories epitomizes his core principles, making him a versatile creative force in the industry.

A Colgate University alumnus, Justin started his career at Reebok's sports marketing division and subsequently held key roles at Village Roadshow Pictures and Broken Lizard. His venture into advertising led him to significant roles at agencies like Deutsch, Cashmere, and Zambezi. His directorial efforts, particularly the Verizon “First Responders” campaign, have earned him multiple awards, including three Cannes Lions and a Webby Award.

One of Justin's most notable recent accomplishments is the creation and co-direction of "Undeniable — Stories from the Negro Leagues," Major League Baseball's first animated series. Launched in 2023, this groundbreaking series illuminates a significant era in baseball history and garnered Justin multiple awards, including the Webbys, Clio Sports, and Shots Awards. 

In 2019, Justin established Invisible Collective, an innovative production company committed to producing authentic, dynamic work that is culturally reflective of the American and global populations. Equally invested in empowering diverse talents, the Collective nurtures a spectrum of artistic professionals, from emerging directors to seasoned creatives. 

This dedication to diversity goes beyond Invisible Collective; Justin co-founded Three’s A Crowd with Reonna Johnson, a thriving network of over 150 Black creative professionals based in Los Angeles. This initiative spurred the creation of the podcast "Hex Code Black," where candid conversations intersect race, culture, and creativity. 

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