Laughing Duke of Harmony
Phil's media career launched at the sweet age of seventeen when he was bitten by a radioactive AV Club nerd. After recovering from a horrific case of acne and endless cravings for Skittles and Star Trek, he cut his teeth in video production as a controversial sketch comedy weatherman on Public access cable. That initial role evolved into a two year run on the public access television program, "The Recliners.". Phil's relentless awesomeness made "The Recliners." recipient of two Cable Ace Awards. While attending Penn State University Phil earned his stripes in Media Project Management with Writing for Television projects and the production of three short films for his undergraduate Media Studies degree.
After college, Phil turned his back on opportunities to live in the Caribbean as a boy toy and to star in a remake of Cannonball Run. Instead, he sharpened his business skills at Sovereign Bank where he began as a Junior IT Administrator. Within two years and after much ass kissing Phil was promoted to Senior Administrator of Primary Banking software. In this role he lead multiple projects to enhance and evolve the software that keeps your money safe. His work was so good that in 2005 Phil was hand-picked to create a web based solution to bring banking software into the 21st century. That experience allowed Phil to gain experience creating Design Documents, Functional Use Cases, Test Cases, Project Plans and Progress reports. Along the way he picked up Platinum Red Carpet service awards and the coveted Sovereign Pride Award for excellence in client care and workplace performance.
Currently, Phil has joined forces with Neo-Pangea as a Project manager where he only uses his creative and organizational powers for good not evil.