Actually, we didn’t meet in nursery school, but our kids did – and that’s how it started. Working together became a way to expand what we do individually. Teaming up let us discover a world of stories we could never have told on our own.
There’s a mom and pop dairy in our area, and we each have a milk box on our front porch. The box turned out to be the place for us to leave works-in-progress or a piece of gear: a hard drive with the latest edit; the special widget for tomorrow’s shoot. And so Milkbox was born.
Founder and Director
Andrew Bordwin’s background is in fine art and commercial photography. Since 1998 he’s been half of the New York-based collaborative Type A, which also teaches at Parsons School of Design.
Seeing motion picture as another incredible communication medium, Andrew’s added video storytelling to his artistic endeavors. As Milkbox’s Director, he ensures all aspects of your story are precisely on message—strategically and creatively.
He and his family get three bottles of low-fat milk and one quart of half-and-half every Tuesday.
Founder and Creative Director
After graduating with a degree in Studio Art from Oberlin College, Ed worked as an editor and composer for commercials, films, and network promotions.
His music and editorial clients eventually became his writing and producing clients, yielding a couple of Emmy® Awards along the way.
His focus on storytelling, design, special effects, and photography has produced work in movies and commercials, documentaries and music videos.
He and his family get six bottles of low-fat milk every Friday.