Gabriel Reilich

Head of Video

Gabriel began his career working in film financing and packaging at William Morris Endeavor, then joined GOOD where he developed feature films, including the Best Original Screenplay Oscar nominee The Messenger. After independently producing videos for several years, he moved to Brazil to launch the cell phone insurance company Pitzi. His audience development strategies, focusing on video and interactive projects, helped grow the company into the thriving business it is today. Upon returning to the U.S., he created CATv, the first YouTube channel to donate 100% of advertising revenue to charitable organizations. His original content has generated millions of views and been featured in the New York Times, NPR, BuzzFeed, Gawker, Upworthy, Huffington Post and the front page of Reddit. He rejoined GOOD in 2014 to build out and oversee the company's video department, focusing on both branded and original franchises. When he’s not working, Gabe likes listening to, playing and sharing music. He also likes making short, funny videos and figuring out how to get lots of people to watch them.

What are your interests & Passions

Music, Videos, Mark Twain, Al Pastor Tacos

Recent Projects
Earth to Paris
Data for GOOD
Key Skills

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